Pretty amazing statistic from The Economist the other day: Since the launch of the original iPhone in 2007, it has brought in $150 billion in sales revenue, with $74 billion of that in the past year. The iPhone is Apple’s biggest product, accounting for 53% of the company’s revenue. Indeed, if the iPhone were spun out as a separate…
Estimize is Better at Covering Apple than Wall Street (don't be shocked)
Apple earnings and how consensus differs from Estimize estimates.
Microsoft to Hardware Partners: Now THIS is Happening…
Redmond has awoken and the furnaces have been jerked into life, steam and smoke appear above the forest’s treeline.
Tech Stock Dividends: It's an actual thing now
And typically, there’s been a punitive effect on dividend payers in techland in the form of PE multiple compression
Wozniak: Phasers Set to 'Ignore'
I don’t doubt that Woz believes Facebook is a good investment for him. But we are not him and he is not us.
Mike Harris: The Apple Charts Aren't Working Here
Can the charts help us with Apple here?
Tom Brakke on How Apple Pressures the Pros
The very real pressure exerted on the pros by Apple stock.
Asia is the Key to Apple Hitting 1000
“Branding is extremely important in Asia. And Apple has unparalleled brand loyalty among its users. Translating that over here where there is that desire for things American and/or European it only makes sense that Apple would evoke such a strong response.”
Apple to Street: iOwn You
Was it the trillion dollar market cap calls or the thousand dollar price targets?
Apple is down 10% in the last 5 trading days. This is against a Nasdaq 100 Index ($QQQ) that’s only off 2-and-change percent. We’re talking about 64 straight points off the high. Fast. Maybe it had something to do with this nonsense: Apple and the Return of the Gimmicky Price Targets (from April 3rd) Don’t…