Nothing has changed and remember China deal alone puts the stock at $650.
Raymond James and Associates maintained its "strong buy" recommendation on the stock and raised its share price target to $675 from $600, based on expected demand for the lower-end iPhone, coupled with the NTT DoCoMo relationship and the preservation of gross margins.
That has always been my question. Samsung exist for copying and i have never heard anyone expecting Samsung to innovate something.
You think the institutional investors who pop the stock for $30 after his announcements just listen what he said? They check his trades.