Why stupid people sell? Why idiots sold before div why people selling before the huge iPhone 6 why before the iWatch? This should be up not down?
Just don't get this b-s and have no doubt that cnbc are very proud again for stalling aapl rally. Why don't we never hear any goog analysis or amzn or nflx or pcln why almost every day they are so obsessed with aapl. When was Guy Adami right? So many mistakes over the years yet this guy still hold his position at FM ? BK wrong yet he has the nerve to show his face. He shorted at 95 and cover at 101$ this no reason to continue and present him as an expert? Why so many idiots continue to listen to those pathetic advises ?
A complete disaster yet the 300 PE continue to rise markets reward a losing money company yet aapl is no good for theses criminals?
The b**s of LA ? So what ? 1B$ rev for a long period of time is like a penny for a rich person for a company that makes 200B a year a 1B$ less is nothing cause when the iPhone 6 register will hit the numbers it will be no more than staggering
By Carter Worth the same b**s as of Friday today is Tuesday and they make it as new news although it was said yesterday. What is wrong with CNBC why the AAPL hate? No one talks and analyze Goog AMZN MSFT it is always AAPL AAPL AAPL . This is another unprofetional biased attempt to hurt AAP why? AAPL not funding them ? Cook those not want to talk with them what the he"ll is wrong with this networks
Monday, August 25, 2014, 07:01 am PT (10:01 am ET)
JP Morgan: Any 'iPhone 6' display shortage would have 'no impact' on sales, device launch
By AppleInsider Staff
Following a spate of rumors that late-term problems with the display on Apple's next-generation iPhone could force the handset's delay or seriously constrain supplies, at least one Wall Street analyst indicated that the issue — if it even actually exists — would not materially impact the launch of the so-called "iPhone 6.""This sounds like a typical late-in-the-game supply chain story that turns out to have no impact on launch dates or devices sales," J.P. Morgan analyst Rod Hall wrote in a Monday morning note to investors which was provided to AppleInsider. "We believe that initial supply could be slowed somewhat if there is any truth to this but we doubt that iPhone unit volumes in the fall are likely to be impacted."
Apple suppliers were "scrambling to get enough screens ready" for the launch, Reuters reported last week. Two issues — one said to revolve around backlight technology, and another referred to only as involving a "key component" — were pegged as having a potentially serious impact on Apple's plans. At the time, it was "unclear" whether the problems could "delay the launch or limited the number of phones initially available to customers," the outlet said.As for the track record for Reuters, the news publication also claimed last year that Apple's iPad mini with Retina display may not arrive until 2014 due to alleged supply constraints. Of course, that report ended up being erroneous, as the high-resolution iPad mini launched last year without issue As has become customary in the lead-up to the release of a new Apple product, the "iPhone 6" has been the subject of numerous delay rumors. Most have revolved around the potential pushback of a 5.5-inch "phablet" variant, which is believed to remain on track but may not make an appearance at the company's rumored Sept. 9 special medi
It was Mr. I am always wrong Guy A. Actualy Seymour and Grasso we're buying aapl. Stop listening to this nobody Sheepy a nobody who got no life. Pay no attention to this nobody he his big loser. He got no position cause if he did he would have gone bankrupt by now cause every b...s he say he would have lost. So let this nobody write his worthless letters no one care about what this nobody posts
Can't be option related ? Couldn't be right ? Go to he"ll options criminals. Reuters? Please they are full of aapl hate an unnamed source? Please this is b.....s it is always an unknown source. After a false rumors are they apologize ? Enough with this b-s
Carl Icahn says increased Apple position over past year
Carl Icahn tweeted in regards to Apple, "All my chips still on the table and in fact increased position over past year." Icahn added that anyone who invested in Apple last year when he recommended the stock would be up 53% including dividends.
Yesterday RBC AAPL stock is a bargain
Apple Inc. AAPL +1.36% stock at $99 is a bargain given the company’s long-term potential, according to
Apple seen as a bargain ahead of iPhone 6 launch
August 18, 2014, 1:55 PM ET
analyst Amit Daryanani at RBC Capital Markets.
We believe multiple catalysts remain as the company benefits from: 1) iPhone 6 ramps; 2) iPad refresh cycle; 3) potential iTV launch or other major product lines; and 4) improvements in capital allocation policy.Daryanani expects Apple to sell 65 million iPhone 6 between its launch in September and December but it may be able to sell as many as 75 million units on the novelty factor of iPhones with larger screens.He also believes Apple will set a new record and sell 10 million iPhones in the first weekend after the new models go on sale. Last year, Apple sold 9 million units the first weekend after the newest models hit the shelves.
Apple is widely expected to unveil two new devices–one with a 4.7-inch screen and another with a 5.5-inch display–at an event on Sept. 9.Daryanani rates the stock at a buy with a price target of $110
So damn frustrating