If TSLA drops back to its 200 dma, then add it to the list for $10 billion.
After iWatch, iTV & iHouse, an iCar would be a good platform for Apple products & "ecosystem", IMO.
Do you know so little about Apple & Obamacare that you don't realize the horrific effect the power grab by Washington will have on the company's hiring & bottom line? Apparently you're unaware that Apple offers full benefits to its part-timers, helping attract & keep good workers at lower cost. Obamacare will torpedo this successful practice by the company.
Do you further imagine that politics has no effect on Apple? Did you not notice that the Obama Administration was waging war against Apple until the company complied with its extortion & caved in to the NSA?
Are you further so out to lunch that you don't know how Obamacare will destroy the US economy, upon which Apple relies to heavily to sell its high end products?
PORTLAND -- Officials said about 150,000 Oregonians enrolled in individual health care plans will see their plans canceled by the end of the year because they don't provide the minimum level of coverage required under the new health care law.
State Insurance Division spokeswoman Cheryl Martinis said Wednesday that those facing cancellations could see a break in coverage if they don't enroll in a new plan on the state's problem-plagued online exchange by Dec. 15.
A month in, the state has not enrolled a single person. It has received 4,260 paper applications and its website still can't tell people what subsidies they are eligible for.
Though Cover Oregon officials said they're working to resolve the problems, they declined to name a date when they expect the website will be functional and they could not explain how they plan to enroll thousands of people within a short time span.
While Oregon has an estimated 600,000 uninsured, the situation is most dire for about 11,000 Oregonians who are part of the state's high-risk insurance pool - a program for those rejected by private insurance carriers because of pre-existing conditions such as cancer, diabetes, or severe heart conditions.
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These sickest of residents will see the state's insurance pool dissolve by year's end, because denying coverage due to pre-existing conditions is no longer allowed under the Affordable Care Act.
If they don't meet a Dec. 15 deadline to enroll, they will find themselves without health insurance on Jan. 1.
"When you're chronically ill, you have medical needs, you have a lot of specialists you need to go to on a regular basis. In our case, it could be tragic if we miss the Dec. 15 deadline," said Lake Oswego resident Cynthia Johnson, 57, a breast cancer survivor who also has chronic fatigue syndrome and is insured through the pool.
Concerns are mounting that some of the most vulnerable Oregonians may face a break in coverage if they don't enroll w