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  • best_penthouse_naplesflorida best_penthouse_naplesflorida Oct 24, 2013 2:18 PM Flag

    Carl icahn should be Chairman Of the Board of Apple.

     

    If we had Carl in there - the stock would be over 1200 bucks and the dividend would be 3 times higher. Al GoreBall warming would be back home - stewing over the exhaust coming out of the jets that fly over his neighborhood.

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    • WRONG

    • Having been through Icahn's attempts to destroy(takeover) 2 different companies via proxy fight, trust me when I say it is a no win for all, BUT Icahn. He does nothing without a win-win for himself. I hope Tim Cook and all shareholders(including me) keep him at more than arms length. Icahn is trouble! He has no interest in the company, itself, just the value it provides him...until he's done with it. As with the price of gas at the pumps, the share price can be manipulated, but that doesn't change the ACTUAL VALUE per share. Do the math - IF Icahn owns even more shares and the price gets driven to $1,200, using your #'s, and then he sells it all, because he got his price, what happens to the stock? It will plummet, as there was nothing but Icahn's hot air driving the price(NOT VALUE). There is no reason to have a 3x higher dividend! As for Gore, he is no different than most other Board members at any company - they are paid to provide an image, most with no vested interest in the companies for which they sit on the Board(s).

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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