I called the bottom in April -- correctly. I reiterate my call that Apple will reach $1,404 by the end of 2014.
Analysts feel its their duty to tell Apple how to run its business, then say unfavorable things when the company doesn't listen.
The decline in Apple shares wasn't Tim Cook's fault. It was the institutional selling that had investors reaching for the antacid.
Apple's not broken. It might just need a new advertising campaign.
The change from clunky devices to untethered personal devices put the nail in the PC's coffin.
Samsung taking advantage of Apple's Achilles' heel? The argument doesn't compute.
Don't count out Apple yet. Steve Jobs instilled a simple, 'lean' philosophy at the company that still prevails.
A five-inch iPhone is undoubtedly in the works, with a number of variations, individual devices and across product lines.
There is a way to explain Apple's price, and there is a bottom, and it seems to be really close.
Apple analysts see Phablets as the next revolution in mobile, because it's big and flashy. They are wrong.