It's easy to get carried away by emotion while watching a stock you wanted to buy continue to make new highs almost every hour for a week straight. But it's a trap.
Tim Cook can afford to spend money on anything he chooses. Why should shareholders foot the bill?
Short-sellers will soon run out of time to cover or be faced with paying 12 cents a share.
You never know when the market is about to have a correction or an outright crash. For most investors, including those on Wall Street, there's never enough notice to adjust after the fact.
Verizon, GE and Microsoft: You know them and their dividends can make you more money.
Are you ready for the change? Does Windows 8.0 makes you want to unplug the computer and drop it?
After reporting the last quarter's blow out numbers and fantastic guidance, the super-sized short interest may turn this firearms maker's stock into a short seller widow maker.
Microsoft is no longer blowing off Google's exploits as irrelevant and is taking a serious look in the mirror to compete to stay relevant.
Zynga should cash in on expansion of its poker game and mobile versions of its most popular games.
For Apple investors, the goal is still to make money, which the company does very well.