Pumper: Do your parents know you are online all day posting scam information to try and trick investors into buying this nonsense stock that is down 99.99 % in about 6 months !?!?! Did they bring you up to try ripping people off ?? Now, behave, and act like an adult, and become a contributing member of society.
The trend definitely looks like iPad is dead. Too many cheaper alternatives with a better overall experience. Myself, Ive been thinking about buying new Samsung/Blackberry secutablet.
I think qoq sales here on out continue to fall of a cliff. Cook thinks its temporary but hes been saying that since sales peaked in 2013.
delusional... lets here what you got to say when 15 prints next... FACT is this stock is still in BREAKDOWN... all the way from 31..
(Adds stock price, details on volumes and new trading platform). By Tom Polansek. CHICAGO May 1 (Reuters) - CBOE Holdings Inc, operator of the largest U.S.
The entire plan of Uber is to replace a highly regulated public monopoly (taxis) with a completely unregulated monopoly named Uber. The FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) campaign is aimed at raising the cost of regulated taxis by destroying the financing of legal regulated taxis. Any taxi company they can put out of business is dozens of desperate out of work drivers willing to sign slave labor contacts with luxury cars financed at loony high interest rates. Once they sign they must work all day and night to make payments that don't keep up with depreciation.
You might make the case that Uber does not need to be in EVERY city -but they do need to be in the top cities. If they don't they will be recognized for what they are -a gypsy cab company -and that would destroy their sky high valuation.
The reason Uber is so insecure is that their financing is based on lies about growth and profits. When it is obvious that they can not possibly earn enough to justify their lofty valuation the "down round" finance will be too expensive to afford all the lawyers and thugs they need to grow. I suspect that their finance to date includes covenants that give the later buyers the right to exit ahead of everyone else and possibly increased voting rights in the event price declines. It's a dirty secret of venture capitol that the sky high prices are buying far more than equity -they are buying control.
So don't be surprised by the relentless lies upon lies. They have a lot more money riding on it than the short position in TAXI.
still below Wednesday's
we know the bots
are in full control
that when they figure
out that they can make
the most $ by selling
then that's all they will do
until it's time to bounce
let's test the 200dma
None of what you say is correct. Please go to the companies website and on the bottom is a link that says investors click on it and read the pdf presentation.
Where do you people get your info?
This is exactly right: the human portion was comprised of genetic material from Michael Blair, surreptitiously collected from a Blackberry sponsored all-male Canadian bathhouse. As we all know about 60% was collected from a shelter for abused sheep. The resulting hybrid was horrific to see, never properly housetrained and is prone to psychotic delusions of grandeur.
The world’s largest company by market capitalization, Apple, added the title of top dividend payer last week, but the distinction proved short-lived. On Monday, the tech giant raised its total cash returns to shareholders to $12 billion annually, surpassing ExxonMobil ’s $11.6 billion rate. Two days later, Exxon wrested back the top spot, upping its payout to $12.2 billion, an additional $458 million in dividend payments per quarter.
Apple (ticker: AAPL) enhanced its quarterly dividend by 11%, to 52 cents per common share from 47 cents. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has lifted payouts each year since resuming dividends in August 2012 with a split-adjusted 37.9-cent quarterly reward. The company initiated dividend payments in June 1987 before suspending them in 1996.
Week’s Dividend Payments: NYSE | Nasdaq | AMEX
Week’s Ex-Dividend Payments: NYSE | Nasdaq | AMEX
In dollar terms, Apple’s dividend is huge, but the company’s shares yield just 1.66%. The Standard & Poor’s 500 has a 2.04% yield, while the dividend-paying companies in the index boast a 2.36% yield. Apple does yield more than the 1.55% average of the technology sector.
Based on earnings estimates for Apple’s fiscal year ending in September, the company’s payout ratio is 23%. S&P 500 companies as a whole pay out about 35% of earnings in dividends. The $12 billion Apple is set to return to shareholders is 18% of the $67.8 billion in free cash flow the company is expected to generate this year. In the March quarter, the company’s cash increased 9% to $194 billion.
The dividend hike is just part of the story. Apple also significantly bolstered its share-repurchase plan, authorizing an additional $50 billion on top of the $90 billion announced last year. The buybacks and dividends combined should add up to $200 billion in capital returns by March 2017. “We are allocating the majority of the expansion of the program to share repurchases, given our strong confidence in the future of Apple and the value we see in our stock,” Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said during a conference call.
Despite the capital-return plan and March quarter results that topped analysts’ expectations, Apple shares fell 3% last week. The company sold 61.2 million iPhones in the quarter. That’s up from the same quarter a year ago, but below the record 74.5 million of last quarter; iPad sales fell 23% year over year.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Bump this to above the Spam Posts
ASPS: reached 27.45 today, up +101% since called @ 13.65 (Back in @ 13.65 for target 13.98, 14.38, 14.98.. - April 2) within 1 month.
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Wrong board, Loser.
Oh, are you the one who said BUY BABA!!!!!!!!!!!!!, when it was $105? It hit $80 today, BOZO!
BABA crushed like the cockroach you are. No reason for us to listen to you. We are doing quite well with FNMA. Too bad you sold in the 1.40s.
Sentiment: Strong Buy