Business & Corporations

Have Analyst Underestimated Apple Again?

April 11, 2015 0 Comments
Have Analyst Underestimated Apple Again?

Did you hear about the Apple Fanboy who tried to preorder an Apple Watch at 5 o’clock in the morning, only to be put on a three month waiting list? That’s exactly what happened to me. Apple decided to launch their preorders on Friday 12 am, pacific standard time, and in less than 2 hours, […]

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What Rite Aid’s Acquisition of EnvisionRx Could Mean For The Stock

February 11, 2015 0 Comments
What Rite Aid’s Acquisition of EnvisionRx Could Mean For The Stock

Just the other day, I was discussing Rite Aid’s purchase of the pharmaceutical provider EnvisionRx for $2 billion: $1.8 billion in cash, $200,000 in Rite Aid stock. Not something I was expecting the company to do, considering that majority of their earnings was going towards repaying their debt. However, considering that it didn’t use any debt to […]

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Radio Shack Files For Bankruptcy

February 5, 2015 0 Comments
Radio Shack Files For Bankruptcy

I called it… Radio Shack is about that Chapter 11 lyfe, now… — Andre (@Hedgology) February 2, 2015 Then again, I wasn’t the only one. The credit markets have been assuming this one for at least a year. Not that I ever purchased or bought anything from RadioShack frequently, but others have some found memories […]

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Corporations Lower Earnings Guidance, Despite Lower Gasoline Prices

January 6, 2015 2 Comments
Corporations Lower Earnings Guidance, Despite Lower Gasoline Prices

Crude Oil traded below $50 a share for the first time since 2009, and reached its lowest level yet since this bear market began last July (as I write this). It’s having a negative effect on the fracking industry, as well as the industries interlinked with crude oil and suppliers of crude oil. Reportedly, US Steal […]

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Apple Can Save $3 Billion Making iPhones With Pitiful Storage Capacity

December 28, 2014 0 Comments
Apple Can Save $3 Billion Making iPhones With Pitiful Storage Capacity

People like to brag when they show me their brand new iPhone 6 (or 6 Plus). I’ve had mine since day one, so I never really saw the point of doing that. Afterwards, I always ask how big is their storage capacity, and the answer is always the same: 16 GB. It might be ideal for […]

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Rite Aid Prospects For 2015

December 21, 2014 0 Comments
Rite Aid Prospects For 2015

It’s no secret that I’m bullish on Rite Aid. I’ve mentioned as much in earlier blog post. Despite the fact that Rite Aid refused to support technology that I like and wants to prevent me from using Apple Pay, the company is a very smart investment (in terms of growth, anyway). In mid-2013, the stock was […]

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Sony Cancels ‘The Interview’ Release. Buying Opportunity?

December 18, 2014 0 Comments
Sony Cancels ‘The Interview’ Release. Buying Opportunity?

‘The Interview,’ starring Seth Rogan and James Franco, was scheduled for a big premier release on Christmas, and was a highly anticipated film to see this holiday weekend. Now it appears people will just have to settle for watching ‘Unbroken’ instead, as five major theater chains, including the Canadian firm Cineplex, have dropped plans to […]

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Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

November 27, 2014 0 Comments
Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

Yesterday, its been announced that Apple (AAPL) has reached the $700 billion dollar valuation mark. $300 billion more than Exxon Mobile (XOM), the second largest company in the world. On Twitter I managed to make a sarcastic remark regarding the size of the largest company in the world. I was looking for #BlackFriday deals from […]

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CurrentC Gets Hacked.

October 30, 2014 0 Comments
CurrentC Gets Hacked.

Well, this didn’t take long. Hacked before your product could even reach the marketplace. That has to be some sort of talent there… Why exactly is this important? It really isn’t. I have an iPhone 6, and I generally like to use Apple Pay whenever the occasion presents itself; however, it doesn’t mean that I […]

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The Death of Apple Pay?

October 27, 2014 0 Comments
The Death of Apple Pay?

I didn’t think that I would be writing about this so soon after the release of Apple Pay, but this is either a sign that the new mobile payment system is too successful or not successful enough. On my previous blog entry, I wrote about the functionality of Apple Pay, and how it seemed to […]

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