Does Palm's Pre Have Anytihng on the iPhone or Storm?
Stock and Option Plays for the Week of May 11, 2009
is Stock Gave Investors 5,460% & It’s About to Do It Again
tor’s Note: Correction, AAPL did not have a 57,000% return. At it’s split and divedend adjusted amount it’s returned 3,859%. At it’s 12/28/2007 peak, AAPL’s best return was closer to 5,460%. We apologize for the overzealousness of the decimal point, but stress that this doesn’t change our opinion of AAPL one bit.
Consumer Report: iPhone 3.0 Intrigue, Not Worried by Steve Jobs Departure (AAPL)
An interesting survey from Changewave Research, as quoted in Macworld magazine, shows the iPhone 3.0 launch and rumored new iPhone hardware is factoring strongly into upcoming consumer smartphone buying decisions. Plus an added question about CEO Steve Jobs' possible permanent departure.
Handsome James (Falvo): Today's Market Commentary Friday February 13, 2009
Confusing Steve Jobs, Apple and AAPL can be Dangerous Business
Today's first topic is Steve Jobs, Apple and AAPL. Steve Jobs, of course, is the man at the head of the company. Apple is the company itself. And AAPL is the stock. They are three separate entities. But investors often make the mistake of confusing them, and that can be dangerous.