No. This is going to be a very crowded field. As well as Apple Pay and Starbucks Pay you should expect players like MasterCard, Visa, Amex, PayPal and many others to enter this area. Way too early to pick any winners. I'd think people would want one or two apps that worked seamlessly, were very secure, and could be used anywhere in the world with foreign currencies accounted for automatically and cheaply. And they should provide monthly statements or on-demand statements and perhaps tie to tax or accounting software.
"The important thing is that we're losing"
You do know the Euro has dropped from $1.40 to $1.13, right? You should explain to everyone that your definition of "losing" the currency war is a strong dollar.
What part of "If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor" didn't you understand?
Danzy says Radio Shack will be in the high teens by March.
Much better. Now it's "tomorrow" and we're at $7.21 and dropping.
60 or 85 - what's the diff? Your reflexes are shot, your eyes are watery and sax is just a distant memory.
"Why the sudden drop?"
It's called "water seeking it's own level" and there is a whole lot more to go. But don't worry. Musk sees possible profits in 2020 or 2021.
And finally, at the close, all the way down to 7.46. Whisper that market.
In your original post you said "Remember the primary market for Apple products is the good ole USA". Now you admit that 67 percent of revenue is foreign to the US. Can't have it both ways - nincompoop.
And by 3:02 we've crossed to 40 day MA with a three-shouldered head - now 7.49.
"grill" is spelled with an "i". It should be escapegrill.