Flat out LIE. Cook never mentioned that they're working on an iWatch or iTV. Otherwise, provide a source that says so. AAPL has never unveiled or mentioned a new product outside of a presentation.
Once again, you're only lending more credence to my previous opinions. TWTR does not trade on fundamentals, so the reality, non-diluted vs. diluted share count is inconsequential at this time. No spin is needed, just that this stock is being traded purely on momo. IMHO. Whether you think TWTR is overvalued or not, you have to agree with one thing: The longs here are like a set of brass balls, extremely strong and unwavering. Again, this is all my opinion.
According to Yahoo, it opened at $68.95. Again, 5 cents off, but why split hairs. Otherwise, this stock has yet to trade on technicals. With that being said, what do you see that would suddenly change it's track to trade on technicals? Are you hoping that the Doji will entice an analyst or two to provide some negative commentary? Even if that were to happen, then the reverse would happen with one or two bull comments. This stock is currently trading a serious tug of war between shorts and longs. Momo action all the way. IMHO
In that case, what should we compare TWTR too? They have no competitors. This company is the social future... Instant data streamed across the world, whether it be friends, sports, news, etc. Have fun shorting... It might burn on the way out!
You can't have it both ways. The shorties have been saying that this stock is overvalued, overbought, no fundamentals... Its a cult stock, I've heard it all. Why do you care about the doji? This stock doesn't trade on fundamentals or technicals... The shorts have been spinning another crash since it's fall to $58 since the downgrade a week ago. Guess what, this float is low, the longs are strong...and the shorts will cover. IMHO
You can the same about past generations... People stopped writing letters and began using telephones to communicate. Hmmmm. You demonstrating a double standard or you're oblivious to the evolution of communication. Which one is it?
Let me provide another example. I travel for a living in seven major metropolitan areas with the continental US. I personally like following weather reporters in those areas to protect myself against inclement weather (generally during winter months). Twitter provides this opportunity rather seamlessly. Again, I'm not a teeny bopper, but an established career minded individual.
When people report findings from the world, some are facts but most are viewpoints. The two go hand and hand. This is true with sporting or generally news.
I'll ask you a question... Do you use a telephone to have a conversation with people? If you do, I feel sorry for you as the telephone has deteriorated people's capability of writing a sound letter with proper grammar and spelling. So you say people are too lazy to call them on the phone... I say you're too lazy to write people a letter to communicate... But, guess what? People no longer write letters or use telephones to communicate. They text, tweet, FB and such. It's called the evolution of communication!
Let me play devils advocate here... What about people following a sports or news reporter/anchor? You then have the capability of getting someone's viewpoint of what's currently happening locally/globally. This can and is being used for Sports, News, Weather, Politics, etc...
It surely sounds that you might be stuck in 1970 where you waited for the 6 o'clock news or even worse, the morning paper. Today's world is instant data, making the 6 o'clock news extremely obsolete and OLD. You have two choices, catch up with today's technologies/opportunities or keep the status quo and fall behind. Of course, this is my humble opinion.
Ask those shorts how they feel.
You are sorely mistaken if you think stocks only move on fundamentals. Otherwise, everyone would make money on the short and long side.... Market is mostly made of emotional investors.
Let's take a peek at AMZN: Since 3/2011, Net income is down roughly 40% and margins have dropped from 5% to 1% (That's extremely thin). During this same time-frame, AMZN has gone from approximately 200 to 400...but how can this be??? What is the fundamental reason??? Answer, there isn't one, but it continues to be bought (Smart & Retail)
Let's take a peek at AAPL: Most profitable company on the planet, yet it barely squeaked a positive year.
So, you speak of zero profits for TWTR... Pick your scenario from the above two examples... TWTR is HOT with mega interest and a low float. I prefer the long position. If you're short, good luck! IMHO