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In case your interested, here are all those friendly folks who said Apple shares would hit $1,000. Sure, some of these folks still have time, as in Apple might indeed reach $1,000 a share in their time frame, but it's not looking too good for most of these analysts/bloggers/prognosticators/experts/founders. Yes, about six months ago everyone on TV and across the web was pretty much saying Apple's stock would never go down. They said $1,000 for Apple shares was a foregone conclusion. And Apple shares certainly wouldn't go down under $400 a share, that would be absurd to even consider. Well,
I know from personal experience. You’re smart, talented and yet you want to use those talents to do some hocus-pocus that you think will put you ahead of the other 5 million people who are trying to win in the markets: people a lot smarter
$100 billion in cash and new products are on the way, from the iPhone 5 to the iPad 3 to Apple TV. Again, Apple is a stock you almost have to buy on dips. However, those dips are getting tougher and tougher come
James Altucher and his shaggy head of hair, perhaps his most famous feature, on CNBC or Yahoo Finance or the Business Insider, but there's also someone else who appears on Bloomberg from time to time, mostly on video from Moscow, who looks just like Altucher. The Russian James Altucher Below is Henry Meyer of Bloomberg News, who seems to act as Bloomberg's Russian expert of some sort, often reporting from Moscow, but he also bares an uncanny resemblance to James Altucher. There are some differences of course, the Russian James doesn't have
Altucher, now remarried, credits intensive yoga, Eastern philosophy, and introspection for rescuing him and changing his perspective. In a Nov. 8 blog post, he reflects: “How much happier would I have been if I had said in 1999, ‘You know what, I have enough cash now to live forever and pursue creative, charitable, or spiritual pursuits so I could become a better person.’” (Bloomberg
James Altucher does a question and answer session once a week on Twitter, here he answers a question about the stock market's outlook for the next six months: @artling asks: What do you think the outlook for the US market will be in six months? ANSWER: I can answer with a question: why would the US market go down? We just had good employment numbers this morning. Companies like Apple, Microsoft, Exxon, and Intel, all trade for less than 10 times forward earnings (historical average is 15 times earnings) and they are all growing (Apple
Dendreon said sales of its controversial prostate cancer drug Provenge are growing slower than expected because doctors aren't comfortable with the complex task of getting reimbursed for the expensive treatment. Shares plunged 63% to $13.38 premarket.What's our favorite contrarian investor James Altucher doing with Dendreon's stock? Well he's buying of course:
For myself, I nibbled on a little bit of DNDN an hour ago. The company fell 65%. It’s a volatile stock. I’ve been playing it ever since it
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