Cramer's opinion and the Street's opinion are Separate. He's not confusing, he's a very uninformed person on all available info, the people (mostly interns) on his Mad Money are Not the same people form The Street. He doesn't do any Homework and relies on interns to do what he tells them to do, that's why there's always an issue with what he says when it comes to MU. He just doesn't dive deep enough, or have his interns dive deep enough. He's been consistently Wrong for 2 years on MU.
Sounds like Yellen is still Dovish. Could care less of ALIBABA IPO. I don't want any.
Hey sticky, I did Not ask for help! I asked a question, go back and read the header. Not one person who responded actually responded to the question. You are close to ignore.
hey moron I trade 10,000 shares /trade. Figure out the math if you can sonny. Its easy if you know math.
I am in their top 15% and trade 28 million a year. Tell me something I don't already know, whoever YOU ARE.
I'm at Fidelity, and tried to get both TWTR and FB and got nothing on their IPO's. Thank God on the FB, anyone could have bought it for 33% less after it started Trading.
As far as ALIBABA, I was going to try and changed my mind, I don't want any after hearing so much today on the various news. I got my MU and am very happy with it, no way I would sell MU to get Alibaba.
Apple falls on China iPhone 6 launch delay
By PATRICK SEITZ
Posted 12:25 PM ET
China, the world's largest mobile phone market, might not get Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 6 and 6 Plus until 2015.
The state-owned 21st Century Business Herald reported Tuesday that Apple might have to wait until next year to get approval for its new iPhones in China after failing to reach agreement with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology this month, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Meanwhile, the country's largest wireless carrier, China Mobile (NYSE:CHL), says it is focusing more on selling cheaper smartphones that don't require subsidies. This comes after China Mobile said it will cut $2 billion from the subsidies it uses to help consumers pay for high-end smartphones from Apple and Samsung.
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Apple stock was down 1.5%, near 100, in midday trading on the stock market today. China Mobile's U.S. shares were down 2%, near 62.
The news out of China shouldn't be a major concern for Apple investors, says Wells Fargo Securities analyst Maynard Um.
"This does not change our view that Apple should be able to sell whatever it can manufacture given demand, and assuming Apple eventually attains a (China) network license, (it) would provide some sell-in visibility to next year," Um said in a note Tuesday. "Additionally, we feel that China generally tends to get overstated in terms of size and opportunity (at least over the near/medium-term) thus the impact is not 20%-25% of iPhone demand, in our opinion (we feel it is much smaller)."
People in China who want iPhone 6 phones likely will get them from other countries, as they have done historically, Um said.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale Friday in the U.S. and nine other markets, including Hong Kong and Singapore.
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