The Short-Squeeze call made today is right on the
mark. Karmi and Krew (shorts) are gonna get shafted
tomorrow without question. Fred Anderson you are an
.05� above consensus and $500
million buyback, we should hit 60 with no problem
tomorrow. The timing for earnigs announcements and the expo
was exceptionally a brilliant strategy.
go away - you all suck!
Have a Nice Tomorrow
Karmie & Krew,
Praise to All AAPL Longs! AAPL to
75 and beyond!
what i dont understand is why a successful
software company owner would bother or have the time to
look aapl's posting board?
i'd bet that aapl
will be around a lot longer than YOUR software
Your so wrong. Spike this am and the the smart money flees looking for something else leaving you with this low pe stock. Why is the pe low. Because the smart money knows thats where it should be.
I have normally sold on the earnings news, but
last earnings were different, AAPL got creamed after
they reported great earnings, BUT the rest of the
computer makers got creamed at the same time, so they
basicly held their own in the sector. This time with the
box makers strong, those who whort AAPL are going to
get creamed, save your money and stay long or if you
just have to go short, try AMD!! or RNWK, they will be
a target next week and if not then they will be
targeted by Quicktime4 durnig that long 3 months of no
I don't want to insult your intelligence but this
stock will go to 70 within 2 weeks courtesy of you
Reason 1: great earnings #s and low P/E
option expiration and covering of naked calls on
Reason 3: the expo in NYC next week and announcement of
new portable PCs and other products.
``What's not to like,'' said Lou Mazzucchelli, an
analyst at Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co. ``Gross margins
were much better than expected...They had said they
would be flat to down.''
``I would be stunned if
it doesn't show up next week,'' said Mazzucchelli,
referring to the big trade show, MacWorld, in New York next
week. Recent reports on the Internet have speculated
that the company was having production problems with
the consumer notebook, but Anderson again declined to
comment when analysts asked about the
``It's good news,'' said Daniel Kunstler, a J.P. Morgan
analyst. I think they are ready for volumes. I'm
suspecting yes (they will launch it at MacWorld next week).
We are at the end of July. They will want some of
this stuff on the shelves in September.''