...reflected on this for a few hours ... boy I'm feeling greedy In just this last week AAPL has slowly gained $10 ... that was after a long month of going nowhere. Just today it gained $4, closing in After Hours market at 134.42. It'll most like
27% revenue growth & 40% earnings per share growth, setting new second quarter record. The market says "meh," ( everyone citing decline of iPad mini sales without mentioning that iPhone 6+ sales are a blowout being the reason why.) Shar
Actually, I'm really liking that! I don't mind trying new things, or using electronics when it compliments a song, but I personally can't stand the self indulgent, rap-hip-hop-drum machine sampling. Gimme self indulgent guitar solos any day!
coming in just a few hours ... looking for something really big. Last week Netflix and Amazon gained like crazy from lukewarm numbers. If AAPL blows out all expectations it won't be treated the same way, but it should still be a big jump. Numbers for
Cable is a LOT faster than DSL, both in upload and download speed. But it also (generally) costs more. In my experience using both, Cable is a lot easier to set up and use as well. I went with a cheap $60 DOCSIS 3 modem and hooked it up to my Airpor
Originally Posted By: AcumowchekNot a fan of sampled music. Bring back the band, please. With a suggestion for you, completely contrary to what you just said , watch this performance by Jon Hassell on KCRW. http://www.kcrw.com/music/shows/m
Originally Posted By: chokertrue in one sense, however the fed frequently says do this here or we'll take money from over there. unfortunately we've created a monster and now there's no way to kill it Not really - the Fed doesn't hold a gun to their
Thank you all. Never having had cable i wasn't sure what i might be getting into. As far as modems are concerned I bought my own DSL Wireless & planned to do the same if i went cable. Thanks for the recommendations
Like John said, DSL is limited by how far you are from their switch/hub. I'm in the suburbs also. Where I'm at DSL can only offer something like 275 Kbps download, I'm too far from my switch even though it's a bustling burb. At the other place I use
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