John Brownlee has a great stock photo of a professional model using an iPhone. The aforementioned Samsung artfully dropped in a Galaxy S4 image in place of the iPhone.
Hey. Original photography costs real money. Of course, Samsung is the same company which paid bloggers to flood the web with false reviews and comments about a rivals smartphone. We’ve all seen the anti-iPhone television commercials which depict iPhone users as old morons.
Sure, that’ll get an iPhone user to try out a Samsung product. The Next Web has news of Samsung using screenshots of the iPhone’s Maps app to promote the Galaxy Player.
There’s a reason why Samsung lost a multi-billion dollar patent fight against Apple.
While Apple’s marketing efforts seem more in tune with a giant sloth than a high powered technology company, Apple’s competitors have set a new high in lows.
Samsung, never a company too shy to poke a stick in your eye for using a competitor’s product, has been caught red handed. Again.
The Galaxy maker has been caught lying more than a member of congress, yet still insists it’s fun to shoot itself in the foot.
Apple's Next iPhone Is Getting A 'Significant' Internal Upgrade, According To New Leaked Parts
“While the author’s math is technically correct, it leads to a conclusion that Apple’s stock price should be around $240 per share,” Analytical Chemist writes for Seeking Alpha. “Any reasonable amount of economic intuition would suggest that this conclusion is, quite frankly, absurd.”
“This overly simplistic analysis reflects a fundamental misunderstanding of Apple’s business and balance sheet,” A.C. writes. “Apple has an unusually low level of “invested capital” for its size because of the way it does business. Rather than having large investments in physical plant and equipment (such as factories), Apple contracts out with other companies for manufacturing much of its product offerings. This allows Apple to avoid the cost of building factories and foundries at the cost of its vendors’ profit margins. A small increase in invested capital, such as what happened in 2012, can therefore have a large and misleading impact on the ROIC ratio.”
You dont need to be rocket scientist to realize CNBC role in stock manipulation. Since they know already who are going to be interviewed days or weeks ahead of the scheduled time, it is not hard to send s signal to their trader buddies to short or long stocks.
Cramer probably has secret code for his buddies to give them a heads up regarding what to short or long short term.
I am not watching CNBC infomercial anymore but I remember last year wherever he mentioned a certain stock that he said was in his "charitable trust", you could see a long side analysts next day promoting the stock.
This is just a thought!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
SEC should look into the reason for their constant bashing and get to the bottom of their connection with the short sellers.
There are so many over valued dogs right now and CNBC doesnt trash them.
Something is definitely wrong here.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Obviously now is not about fundamentals but sooner than later fundamentals matter and all these overly hyped stocks will crash big time.
Still CNBC informercial gives himair time to trash AAPL with his most idiotic short arguments!!.
CNBC talking heads are either so stupid that they cant argue back or intentionally act like this jerk is right.
So you are telling me that NFLX with a PE of above 600 or Tesla which has only sold 5000 cars with a market valuation of 50 billion are better stocks pumped by CNBC and the talking head clowns.
Why doesnt CNBC bring the short side analysts on their show to trash these stocks?.
There are tons of stocks with tons of shorts with legit arguments but CNBC only focuses on AAPL bashing.
I am also asking the same question. Why this clown is not behind bars?.
True, yet CNBC infomercial try to make him look like he knows #$%$!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
There are a lot of ignorant people who invest in stock market who shouldnt be. Samsung is not the problem as much as being hyped.There is enough room for IOS and android and as a matter of fact ios market share is growing faster than android. AAPL ecosystem is not going anywhere and you are wrong that AAPL as just hardware company.
Why are you still lurking around this board if you are so confident that you are going to get rich shorting AAPL.
I think you are waiting for AAPL to get to a level that you can afford buying it!!