Cheers to Tim Cook for orchestrating a flawless Chinese iPhone launch, a quarter after the U.S. launch.
If AT&T shows better iPhone results than Verizon, the chances that Apple sells more than 35 million units goes up above 50%.
Merely meeting expectations in this earnings report isn't going to fly with Apple investors.
Investors have been forced to sell Apple in the last week in order to pay taxes.
Apple remains in charge when it comes to pricing power.
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.