I hope you're right! I've owned for a much shorter time, but I've been adding shares ever since I saw Tepper taking a stake in the company. I've been doing really well with some of his other holdings and now GT is really starting to find some legs.
They don't make better products than Apple, it's just that their CEO is not hated by all of Wall Street like Apple's is...end of comparison
Well said...especially in regards to nflx. You could have picked them up for cheap...if they would have been willing to sell out. Then you develop your ITV, and you have content to go with it. 160 billion dollars sitting overseas collecting dust. No imagination, no vision, just a broken stock!
Ho hum earnings, but a proposed stock split and they're up 5% in ah...after a 2.5% rise in regular trading. Take some notes Cook...there's a reason that you get no respect on Wall Street and Google keeps plowing up after crud earnings. If Ichan were so smart he would have held on to Goog and never got involved in the aapl s**tshow!
This is what happens when you tether your companies entire economic performance to just a single revenue stream. It's time to call it a day and start thinking about selling the company to a larger more diversified company. Wait for the dust to settle, the stock to recover some, and sell this thing to the highest bidder...if there is one left.
A bigger Iphone, an Iwatch, ITv, a new payment app, a new gaming system. Keep dreaming guys. As long as we have a drip as a CEO...this is all fools gold. These are all the same things people on this board were talking about last year at this time, and we got exactly none of it! Put the "supply chain" guy out to pasture.
Yeah, maybe they'll announce the same day they announce a new ITV, or maybe the new IWatch, or maybe the new payment app...etc etc etc. Fools gold as long as you have a loser CEO.
You are right on the money! I own the stock, but I'm not blind to what's going on with the performance.People on this site have been defending Cook and this spineless board long enough. Historic run up in the market, and aapl stock right back where it was a year ago. More downgrades and price target reductions coming tomorrow...which means more pain for shareholders. Keep on hearing about all these new products due out this year( the same s##t we heard last year by the way) and what did we get, nothing new just some upgrades to existing products. I heard it from every analyst today...that aapl stock is dead until they come up with a NEW product launch. 160 billion is cash just sitting there doing nothing. Start putting it to use.
Interesting that the "supply chain" guy is blaming this quarters problems on supply chain issues for the Iphone. Isn't that what Tim Cook is suppose to be good at? I know he's good at losing money for his shareholders, but what does this mope bring to the table. Time to go Timmy!
Keep telling yourself that genius....last time I checked the stock was down $44 a share in ah. It's people like you who blindly defend this garbage stock in the face of insurmountable evidence to the contrary. Glass houses pinhead.
The only number that matters to me is the stock price, and the last time I checked it was down over $40 a share.