too bad you don't know how to figure out split adjustments. the real price is about $0.30 in 1992.
Your an idiot or a liar because the highest QCOM traded at in 2003 was about $20 split adjusted.
the split adjust price at the IPO is around $0.66 worth $70.00+ today. Your $54.03 is utter gibberish.
math isn't your strong suit. split adjusted the price of QCOM at the IPO is $0.66/ share. just look up any chart and it is quite easy to see you are utterly wrong.
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Just curious but why do you think a stock growing this fast would trade at a 20 PE? and with earnings for 14 at 3.87 and 15 at 6.96 $60 is well below a 20 PE, please don't tell me you look at trailing which is completely useless for a growing company.
Because insider sales are pretty much useless in trying to figure out the direction of a stock. Insiders sell all the time for multiple reasons. Study after study has shown how useless they are in predicting anything. Insider buys have some correlation.