Based on what info? Let see your analysis? Or are you just pulling this out of you a@@? Probably.....
You're total out?, including pension and 401k. I doubt it but nice try.......
What new technology has Apple's competitors released over the last 5 years?
About 97% of the people here couldn't care less. Are you trying to start one of your little childish arguments with yourself?
Its up on the ex. divi price, so someone is buying. Are you another AEA rookie?
Your track record on Options calls has been pretty bad. Didn't you say the same thing last week?
The iPad Air is already off to a better start than its predecessor.
Hitting stores last Friday, the latest-generation iPad saw five times the adoption level of the iPad 4 during its initial weekend, mobile analytics firm Fiksu said on Sunday. The Air's adoption rate is also three times that of the first iPad Mini.
And taking it one step further, the Air's adoption rate is twice as high as that of last year's iPad 4 and iPad Mini combined.
As of Sunday night, the Air accounted for 0.75 percent of all iPads seen by Fiksu. In contrast, the iPad 4 accounted for 0.37 percent of all iPads at the end of its launch weekend, and the iPad Mini for 0.35 percent.
Among all iPads adopted by consumers as of Monday morning, the iPad 2 is currently tops at 37.1 percent, according to Fiksu. The iPad 4 is in second place at 22.5 percent, followed by the iPad Mini at 20.8 percent, the iPad 3 at 18.5 percent, the Air at 0.8 percent, and the original iPad at 0.4 percent.
The iPad Mini 2 has yet to hit the charts as it's not due to reach consumers until later this month.
Fiksu derives its data by sampling the millions of iPads using its client mobile app and updating that information each hour.
Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) most recent earnings report did not impress investors on Monday and prompted a fall in prices that leveled off toward the end of the week’s trading on Friday. A report by Reuters summed up the “disappointed” mood of Apple shareholders, but at least one interested party was left wondering why the fuss occurred at all. According to Apple Insider, a wrinkle in Apple’s accounting practices has given the tech giant $10 billion in deferred revenue that requires no further investment by the company.
In other words, that $10 billion could just as easily be viewed as profit. Apple Insider picked up the case in 2007, when Apple began a practice of accounting that did not consider revenues in hand until the end of subscriptions — Apple Care, gift cards, and the like — while considering a portion of newly sold iPhones and iPads incomplete until their software updates had been delivered over the course of two years.
As a result, Apple is holding onto a staggeringly large stockpile of cash for which it must do little in the way of obligations to book. Revenue came in higher as part of the latest earnings report, yet many were discouraged by the earnings per share miss. Considering the amount of cash being labeled as deferred income, there is reason to believe the majority of investors are ignoring the reality behind the company, according to Apple Insider.
All these rumours and no announcement hurts more than helps. You might see a move to $550 if announced. They still have to sell.......