Joint launch in Japan and Korea? It's not confirmed but it sure sounds like we'll hear something soon.<br><br>These 2 countries will be a tough market to break into. Still, the iPhone should sell a million or two.<br><br>*** can anyone explain why AAPL nosedived yesterday and is down again in pre-market? I can't find a single bit of negative news to cause the sell-off. <br><br>
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The price of Apple's stock has never made sense to me. When there is good news, it drops. When there is no news, it climbs (rumors of good news?). When there is bad news, it either flat lines or climbs. Go figure.<br><br>
the stock is currently near where i expect it to be. so there will be folks who think it should keep going up and folks who think it's too high. it jumped up to $190 recently and the fears took over. i wouldn't touch AAPL with a BUY any time soon. AAPL is a nice hold right now unless you're looking very long term with the money. i'd still buy something else for the short term anyway. i think AAPL is going to go up and down quite a bit in the near future and it'll be somewhat random, but the end result is that it's within about $10 of where it is today in the mid $180s over the next month or so (sans some news to jar it up or down).<br><br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
WoW Japan DCM has already 50 million subscribers and KTF with 12 million in SK - Yes Apple should shave off a few million<br><br>[color:blue]These are two of the most cell-phone savvy countries in the world, where features like multimedia messaging and “wave to pay” services are standard fare.</font color=blue> <-- if this is true and the iPhone is priced right maybe grab 10% subscribers at first get go ??<br><br><br>
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