ultimately, even as the nasdaq sets new record highs this year, following apple's ongoing deadcat bounce, that has already started today, by Fall, apple should be crashing into the close of the year lol
reason: iTunes, a major profit generator for Apple, is certain to go bankrupt in the next 2-3 years, at most, since today, ALL songs by ALL major artists can now be obtained for free via the internet, from all variety of sources lol
that means only the old fools over the age of 50 or brain dead ghetto types without computers still buy music, even as every young savvy kid now steals ALL songs today, without fear of copyright enforcement. lol
that makes ALL music for pay sites worthless, and even Pandora, Spotify, Last.FM, Jango, etc. will soon go under since anybody paying for music today is simply a sucker or dupe lol
but the stock market should not begin to discount iTunes inevitable collapse until the Fall this year, so try not to be hoodwinked by today's relatively minor dip in apple stock, it will be erased in a heartbeat, soon, and every expert knows it, even as small investors can never figure out the obvious, again lol
That frequently used "dead cat bounce" phrase is one of the most ignorant ones I've had the displeasure of hearing on this board.
Another poster relegated to the ignore bin.
When you end up in court you had better hope you have no assets..
Besides give back to the artists, if you love the music reward the artist. Its no longer about giving money to a corporation its about stealing from a starvin artist!
How is Apple to "rise sharply", particularly into Q2, with sharply LOWER estimates of rev's, EPS and unit sales, than Q1?
Okay, you don't have to answer. We all love to just sit back with a hot totty and read your endless self-gratifying entrails.
"ALL songs by ALL major artists can now be obtained for free via the internet, from all variety of sources lol"
Absolutely. People with no ethical code can do that all they want. Of course for those that SHARE that music for free there's losing everything they own to the RIAA.