Originally Posted by Shidell
For all the flak given to Android, there is no denying that this was taken directly from Android.
The jailbreak community may have had this before Android and Apple hired that developer.
Originally Posted by xtrmtrk
I'm one of the biggest Apple fans in the world, I've been buying every generation of their products since 1980. And this all seems like "deja vu all over again." Every time Apple creates a...
Originally Posted by Godzilla
Yeah, it's obviously psychological, but it's the way it is.
My theory as to why AMZN is so overvalued and bloated is because investors who want to get into "Sexy Tech Stocks" look to a...
Originally Posted by af410
It is a bizarre fact that low-priced stocks tend to do better than high priced stocks. No one knows why - it is possible this is because low-priced stocks are statistically undervalued when they are...
Originally Posted by linkgx1
I think most people feel we are in an Apple bubble, and they are waiting for it to burst. Apple has been going steady for 10 years. The .com bubble pretty much ended in 10 years. People kind of sort...
Originally Posted by Dickprinter
Apple investors are waiting for the *next big thing*. All of the great revenue generators have already been released, and, therefore, blessed by the great Jobs while he was still alive. Stock...
Originally Posted by tjwal
There are some legitimate reasons why some will devalue the stock.
1. Price is too high except for institutional investors. A stock split would increase the number of shareholders. More buyers will...
Originally Posted by Asherian
It's really simple. You don't buy a stock based on what it did in the past or even what it did today. You buy a stock for its future performance.
It's quite obvious that the market doesn't have...
Originally Posted by DeanSolecki
I am being consistent about it. I am absolutely fine with drawing IBM, HP, Dell, and any other hardware designer into the conversation. Your argument seems to be, "Hey, the other guys are...
Originally Posted by Doctor David
Social responsibility and journalistic spin aren't the same thing. but I do hear you, Apple keyboards are made there by 10% of their workforce so laying this primarily on apple isn't fair. But...