Tuesday, November 13, 2012AAPL falls to $300. Tim Cook out.
This is going to happen: AAPL will hit $300 and the board will oust Tim Cook from the CEO post. All before 2014 is over. Why? Because Tim Cook let Apple violate the most important principle that governs the consumer electronics devices: the Principle of Least Effort (PLE).
I relied on this principle to foresee in 2005 the revolution that Apple would usher upon us and its stock price at the time of just $35 multiplying way past the most bullish Wall Street targets.
Now the same principle says that AAPL stock is going to fall. Hard. I will not go into details what the PLE is but, instead, will list the top four violations that Apple committed under Tim Cook leadership.
#4: Failed to deliver RELIABLE cloud services.