That will never happen. Apple is WAY to smart to buy that grossly overpriced piece of garbage.
The watches were completely SOLD OUT in 2 hours. That's all you need to know about watch demand.
This clown from Soc Gen is a complete tool. Apple has already factored currency issues into their guidance for the quarter and the year. Also, Cook has said that only the companies that are unprepared for currency risk will be greatly affected. Which is Apple speak for "we are hedged."
Their only business unit that grew was their semiconductor unit ironically due to Apples business.
actually, some expect a 200 billion buy-back. That's 20% of the company and could happen....on top of 30% organic growth.
You obviously do not understand the Constitution. Freedom of religious affords people the right to practice whatever religion they wish without government intrusion or prosecution. It, in not way, allows people to discriminate against other people based on one's religious belief. Further, the Constitution specifically separates Church and State and prevents any legislation from including any law anchored in religions.
You holy roller nut-jobs are a joke. Not "tolerating" intolerance is not "bigoted." When you disingenuous holyrollers try to cloak discrimination under the moniker of "freedom" it's transparent to everyone except to those that believe that Jonah actually lived in a whale.
It's obvious why you don't know the answer to your own rhetorical question. You're an abject moron.
Yes, it's just a little confusing that he has a 145.00 price target on the stock. Based on his analysis it should be more like 160-170.
LOL. The dow Jones is an index and the NASDAQ is an exchange. Apple will remain on the NASDAQ. Sheesh, where do these people come from?
The pull-back was technically healthy. Apple is a juggernaut that is now going to flip pay TV on its head. With hundreds of millions of installed customers, Apple will, once again, prevail by allowing people to pay for only the content they want and to have the ability to view it anywhere on all of their iOS devices. Of course, no analyst on Wall Street has modeled these incremental revenues. Apple could conceivably grown at a 30% clip with any success from iwatch alone, let alone this new development.
I guess the laws of physics weren't broken when it went from 133 to 122, in two weeks but somehow the laws are broken on the way up? Come on, man.