Based on fiscal 2015 estimates, these shares still look cheap at only 14-times forward earnings.
Apple stock is the market's best bargain.
Sirius XM investors need to see more than the auto market. A deal with Avis Budget isn't going to cut it.
Despite criticism, Tim Cook has owned up to his promise of returning cash to shareholders.
Why did Amazon bother other than throwing its name into a crowded market?
Up 252% since the end of 2012, Micron still offers growth potential in 2014.
On Wall Street, fallen empires like BlackBerry seldom get a second chance.
Critics love to bash Facebook's prospects and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. With the company's revenue growing in the recent quarter by more than 60%, they should fear being run over.
As the number of vehicles on the road with factory-installed Sirius XM radios reaches saturation levels, the revenue must decouple from auto sales.
As Netflix continues to shed market cap, Apple's cash will be seen more and more as an opportunity wasted.