Large mob seen heading for Citi's offices earlier, some carrying burning torches and pitch forks.....
Ok, thanks. I guess there's not much hope for the Cisco board, unless the rest of them get out too.
Have to agree. Don't know why they picked Cisco. Of course nothing they do here makes any sense anyway. Hopefully they'll all be banned soon.
Looks like unfortunately, they're still here. They're exactly like a virus, destroying every place they go. Would love to see Yahoo clamp down on their sorry #$%$....
What a nice surprise to check in here again today and see the political lunatics finally pushed out. They ruin every place they go, no doubt. So if Jim Cramer says he sold his shares, isn't that the time to buy? Really can't see it falling much if at all from here.
Are we seeing a lack of confidence about the upcoming earnings? it just doesn't look like many investors want to take a chance the day before. Surprising since a lot of analysts are beating the table about Apple's future prospects now.
Maybe. Yesterday sure was a strange day in the morning. So close to earnings. Could have been any reason that someone needed to liquidate their holdings, just seemed weird to me. Nice to see it come right back a little bit.
With that kind of volume all at once so close to the earnings report, does it look a bit suspicious? Almost like a large shareholder received some early information. Otherwise, why not hold until the earnings date? It's almost here. Unless they decided to just move the money somewhere else. Just seems like strange timing to me.
I hope so. When you see them in the commercials on TV they probably look worse than they do in person. I was really turned off when the commercial aired. Their flowing paint effects early in the spot were cool, but the phones look really bad.
I'm Long Crus, naturally I want Apple to regain as much market share as possible. But am I the only one who thinks those new "C" phones look like they're from Fisher-Price? They really look bad. I can't help but think Samsung had a good laugh over that.
I like it, but from what I've been reading the last day or two it doesn't sound like Apple's revenue expansion is going to come from China in the near future. Weren't most investors counting on that? China Telecom has cut subsidies on the iPhone, and I don't think Apple's price is low enough there on the new units. They need to hit a home run to help us Cirrus investors. Revenue expansion for both companies is what we need for a really nice pop in the stock price. Either that or some great news from Cirrus on a new large customer.
Agree about analysts in general. They're supposed to be ahead of the curve, isn't that why they get paid? Most of the time they are upgrading or downgrading WELL AFTER the fact. What are they paid for anyway? We can all see it after the fact. Nothing special about that.
Most would agree. But if you're holding the stock as you say, there's a big question mark to be answered. What will it take to get large numbers of investors returning to the stock? Especially institutional. Cirrus will have to put up impressive numbers with guidance for even better going forward. Look how much money pulled out again on Friday. Investors don't return easily after being disappointed a couple of times. And that's what has happened now. They NEED those large investors to move that stock price.
....right before earnings tonight. Either someone is just "taking a chance" on a good report, or someone knows what is coming. Nice to be privy to information.
In addition to that little recovery, the past 5 days indicate some interesting price action. Will institutional investors return? You might just see that after Summer. Like many other stocks.