You are wrong. If you knew anything about investing you would know that the June 2nd record date is more of a formality and not a real deadline. What do you think will happen to shares bought today? Do you think come Monday there will be two Apple stocks, LOL? One trading at $90.00 and one trading at $640.00? WRONG! It doesn't work that way.
LOL, go back to your South Korean High School astroturfer. Didn't you get the memo? Lee had a heart attack and your paycheck may not be coming.
Um, Yeah, that was the expectation for last quarter too and Apple shattered estimates by $1.50 a share. Here we are 100+ points later.
He's welcome to end them and watch 50% of his cellular business walk out the door. Because people will go to other carriers to buy a subsidized iPhone. Apple is the dog, not the tail. Understand?
Yes, but she doesn't know how to get rid of viruses or unfreeze a phone which is why she can't have an android phone.
You're the idiot. Apple doesn't make bad deals. You just don't understand the their modus operandi.
You don't know what you are talking about. Low interest rates make the equity market the asset class of choice. Particularly since one can get the same income yield from the S & P 500 with the potential for growth.
His point is valid. Institutional ownership is very low relative to Apple's S & P weighting of 3.2%. Institutional ownership has historically oscillated from 2.0%-4.5% relative to the S & P. The hedge fund have been caught with their pants down and they will be running after the Apple train as it has already left the station.