they always wait to its a lot lower. Funny how that works
Apple has hit the wall - there are no real creative products on the horizon. there dependant on one product at the moment, not a place you want to be.
usually thats the top for a stock. EVERYbody talks great things about apple even when their new products are failures. The iwatch - big failure, streaming music who cares.
What some smart guy is going to wake up one day and say i SHOULD BUY APPLE.. I don't think so.
Looks like the steve jobs effect has run its course. Time to look for other opportunities. Apple is just another big company trying to find its way living off the cash cows
They didn't change with the times and became an obselete company before our eyes. They are just living off the cash now, but basically irrelevant.
There consistent alright in losing money. The company should be sold for what ever they can get. It is the worst stock on the nasdaq. They killed the company awhile ago when they outsourced their labor. ITs dod and has been for a long time. The acquisitions they have made were a waste of money, they stay way too long in chip testing for computers, and I said this awile ago, they should have sold the semiconductor business and focus on homeland security, starting with the camera business, but management was too old to attempt that trick.
and you should have done more investing, you would have actually been growing your portfolio. Trashing small cap value is a fools game. But its not about every tick which you seem to ocus on. But the message boards is for entertainment purposes only and you've been very entertaining. Its too bad you didn't buy some shares down in the 8s. It sure looks like the worst is over and if not a nice buy back and dividend to keep you in the game.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Ruckus late Wednesday reported in-line EPS. Ruckus stock soared 16% in morning trading in the stock market today, at a three-month high above 12.
A slowdown in education spending has been an overhang on Wi-Fi gear makers stocks, including Aruba Networks, acquired earlier this year by Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ).
Federal funding for educational spending on broadband might finally arrive in late 2015, analysts say. And Ruckus might gain from cable TV and phone company customers.
"Schools are just now receiving their funding letters and we expect a pickup once school session begins," said Mark Sue, an analyst at RBC Capital, in a research report. "We peg this multiyear (industry) opportunity for Wi-Fi at $1 billion, significant enough for Ruckus to see accelerating growth if it claims its share. Our 2016 revenues of $444 million are conservatively pegged at +19% growth."
this morning. Best cyber VALUE play getting no respect. its only a matter of time before we get a beat on earnings or a buyout offer. But I don't mind waiting especially with a nice div too boot
You show no earnings or any possibility of earnings probably ever. you come to the market over and over again selling shares looking for more money, and 5 years later the only people who made out was management and all the selling shareholders. Your better off playing the lottery than sinking your money in most of these biotechs, the return is probably higher. It would appear that this cycle of biotech speculation is coming to the end. Every industry has it run and then it painfully burns out
and going to 20. Maybe those people should do less talking and more investing. Of course, some people are always looking for instant gratification 24/7. Investing is more than watching every tick, not to say that it surely has been painful watching this stock drop from the 30s. hopefully, we get back on track and start beating estimates again, and this quarter was a good start. amazingly, the pop in the stock shows how low the street expectations had sunk.
Without Steve Jobs the ship is rudderless.. Wow, their new products, a watch and streaming music. And don't get too excited with the next I-PHONE it will just be an extension of the last one with a few tweaks here otr there. The creativity premuim is long gone.