Maybe.<br><br>But I'm still going to wait 9 months to buy it, and then I'm only going to load it on a firewire drive that plugs into a hub that is connected to an old G4 that has no internet connection. I just don't trust this crazy new thing!<br><br>
There exists a distinct possibility Leopard will be near perfect right out of the gate, if reading between that author's lines offers some truths.<br><br>No kidding "Gush, gush, gush"!!!<br><br>... waiting for AAPL to cross the $200 mark... rapidly!<br><br>- alec -
You want my prediction? You know you want it since this sensei has been within ten points predicting AAPL for the past six months.<br><br>190 by thanksgiving and 215 by Christmas. Rumors are a three way split and I am torn <pun> about that. I think splitting active stocks like this is out of vogue and that is all it is. A parlor trick. With a zillion electronic traders one does not have to buy a 100 or a 1,000 shares. Got 850 bucks sitting around? Buy 50 shares or 49 or 47 or quick 43 shares.<br><br>Once the tech experts (what an oxymoron) see Leopard they will have ZFS explained to them and SDK on the iPhone opening that up and they are going to get sweaty palms thinking how high aapl will go and how moribund microsoft and rimm will become.<br><br>I actually had an aapl story posted to my etrade account explaining how cool microsoft will become soon. I read it and thought WTF???? Then realized Dvorak had written it. Bust a gut I did. He sounds like a train owner in 1950s "these highways suck and won't amount to anything. There's gold in them there railroad tracks. He is a stock expert!!!<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
FWIW, those 3-way split rumours were started by analysts. Who knows, their wish may come true. I for one hope not. <br><br>Apple Inc. reports next week. If there is any guidance in regards to a split it should come about that time? If the shares don't split I wouldn't be surprised to see a doubling of price/share by this time next year to approx $300 - $340.<br><br>
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