Was watching AAPL earlier as it continued going sideways, off about $3 when the general market was higher. At the time the AAPL weekly $510 calls (about $8 below where it was trading) were asking $1. I really didn't believe AAPL was going to be left out and break lower, but didn't pull the trigger. In an hour or so those calls have gone from $1 to $3.50. They may go higher still, but I'm not about to chase. Annoying.
That one caught me off guard a bit. I just do not see it. I think there is no possible way in heck for Dell to ever get to $19 or $20. PCs are a dieing business. Intel, AMD, etc, everyone is moving to mobile. Mobile computing. How about carrying your phone/computer around with you and pluging it into your "Desktop Hub" much like a craddle with a keyboard mouse attached to it. I think this is going to be the way of things in the future. Dell, unless they head in that direction, No way.
Evolutionary speaking I see new Operating Systems like Blackberry has done coming online. Full service OS's. Not scaled down ones. Miniturization might put this into your phone and the cloud links it all up. At kiosks and desktops you would simply have "hubs" where your phone would plug into and act like a desktop. That's what I think.