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.....but that would have been a bad move for AAPL. for one, a single modle can test the market to see what response there is (I doubt this is the case with the shuffle as Apple have a good understanding of the market they opperate in, but you know this) and more importantly, the refresh that the colours bring stimulate the market further - it keeps the story alive and fresh. how many people will aquire additional suffles to complement their clear annodised model? you are...
but it's already been to 93.....
Yes, but, AAPL has been a shining light for some time now. How long will it take for people that AAPL has sustained and substantial growth? Even Yahoo has a better forward PE and it's not doing that well.
Try this link. I think this will give you the answer you're looking for http://quotes.nasdaq.com/aspxcontent...&mkttype=AFTER
I bought in at the bottom of that rather tall water fall and nearly bailed whe it went well into the teens. Bought more at 55 and 75. Its all up from here. Why does it trade at such a low forward PE? I wonder whether Apple's typical consevative guidance affects the forward PE multiple???
The Zurich report is interseting in that they don't put too much weight on Mac sales - they don't see much growth there. I suspect they are being somewhat conservative. (I think I came across that one over at Mac Observer AFB). I'd have to say that you must have been very confident to buy in so heavily at $16. It flat lined for so long. I bought in just after the big crash in 2000. Long wait but still worth it.
Well done....you must be somewhat pleased! $22 pre split and $56....but a mangitude less shares. I think even now AAPL is good value - Zurich is suggesting a target price of $116 (current brokerage firm concensus $93). It wont be long before others raise their targets and the price will follow like it did in 2005. (Not that I know anything about this, except for a healthy paper profit)
it's showtime..... 1920 by 1200
I suspect there must be some technical reason why you can't daisy chain usb in a manner that will supply sufficient power I do think on another point, that apple has done well rationalising the available ports: we can be thankful that we don't have some of the legacy ports like parallel ports.
[QUOTE=JeffDM]Turning the unit around like that has a good chance of disconnecting how many times have I truned my iMac around, only to rip the power cable out I really like having USB ports in the keybord but it would be nice if more power could get to the keyboard to make a greater variety of things work
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