Meantime, after truly lackluster performances from Apple, there's constant talk about (false) breakouts in the stock.
Face it. It's dead money.
Yet the same group of Amazon haters would rather bitch about headlines and how unfair the AAPL-AMZN reality is. They repeat the same lines that have been proven objectively untrue over the last 13 years or so.
While it's always more complicated than a couple of points, two primary factors explain why AMZN not only rebounds, but strengthens, as AAPL remains a junkyard full of false starts (a TheStreet coffee mug to the person who knows where I stole that from -- and don't use Google!).
Leadership and Strategic-Competitive PositionWe know who calls the shots at Amazon. We know that he is clear-headed, confident and proven. He tells us how it is and we believe him. And that makes sense; Jeff Bezos has only been proven right for the last decade-plus. We have no idea what the hell is going on at Apple. Tim Cook refuses to address what in the world is happening with Apple TV. But, hey, everybody loves this new guy we never heard of before who strung together a few sentences (and, like every other Apple executive, a whole bunch of adjectives
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