The Apple CEO pulled a fast one on short sellers with his surprise trip to China.
The stock is in a tug of war between sellers seeking an end to the rally and institutional demand from income funds.
Apple CEO Tim Cook continues his masterful execution of common-sense management with this latest move.
A few important factors are lining up to make 2012 one for the record books.
The fundamental reason for Apple's miss was unrealistic expectations.
Here are some life lessons that Jobs has left behind.
Steve Jobs' foresight in making this announcement now may prove to be another one of his many great contributions to Apple shareholders.
Once this market heals itself from the contagious spread of fear, the next cycle of the bull market should surpass the artificial run of the dot-com bubble.
A long-term solution to the European debt crisis requires mark to market reform.
Although the economy and stock market have taken hits from Japan's earthquake and tsunami, there's evidence both are about to bottom.