heartbleed has absolutely nothing to do with the sell off. You're not particularly humorous either, btw.
One can trade either stock with equal success. The underlying distinction between the voting and non-voting share class is basically irrelevant for trading purposes.
maybe ..... but don't count on it any time soon. Q2 will be another dud of a quarterly.
your clowns with your "head & shoulders" ...... this is, what, the 4th or 5th time in the last several months that the stock is doing a "head & shoulders".
I think you've got a BIG dandruff problem on your hands ......
" If you must have a stock go up every day, sell appl and buy something else. "
Lead me to the water, and i'll drink 'til full.
There's no way the stock will revisit 390's again. BUT, there's every possibility that it could revisit 475-500 range.
If this "information" breaks in the news media (where hungry dogs are ready to pounce on any Apple headline), then we'll all take you seriously.
Until then, i'll say it again ..... your self-inspired rumor mill ain't goin' to get your stock losses back.
Thanks alot, Matt. I appreciate the support in these tough times. We have wonderful new products that will thrill and dazzle ..... just wait and see.
All the best from your friends at Apple.
-- Timothy Cook, CEO, Apple, Inc.
I'm afraid to say that Google's high-flying days are coming to an end. The stock was up mostly on the hype factor .... their ad rev's are still strong but have slumped, and that's where 80% of their income is from. You pull THAT rug out from under their feet and what have you got left? ..... floating data centers, Google Glass, leased airplane hangers ..... ?? Why do you think they split their stock into these two "classes" ? Another rabbit out of the hat trick. The stock(s) will be good trading vehicles, but watch out if you're thinking of taking any meaningful long-term position.
It's quite too late for that. Apple played their hand, and it turned against them. In straightforward parlance, what Apple should have done was to license VHC's technology up front. No doubt they ran all the scenario's and concluded that it'd be cheaper to run with their own implementation first, and play the bet against VHC's ensuing lawsuits. Time will tell if the numbers run for or against them.
" ... just like Ron Johnson he will destroy Apple Inc "
Extremely ignorant comment. Ron Johnson WAS a past Apple VP, running the retail appstore division. He was UN-successful in his attempt to implement his Apple success at JCP.... and for no surprise to anyone. You complainers really need to think a bit more before you whine all over the place because your Apple stock is down a few points.
Interested posters should read the good breakdown of this situation in the recent SA article entitled "VirnetX/Apple: What Does Apple Owe?" Again, the projected numbers, if all works out to VHC's benefit, will be VERY significant for VHC, much less of a penalty for Apple, simply because of their cash flows.
Regardless of the final judicial outcome, Apple will be hurt far less than VirnetX will be benefited.