Apple to hold Q114 earnings results conference call on Monday, January 27th

Apple will hold its FY 14 First Quarter Results Conference Call on Monday, January 27, 2014, 2:00 p.m. PST/5:00 p.m. EST.

As usual, MacDailyNews will cover Apple’s conference call with live notes. After we bring you Apple’s Q114 results right around 1:30 p.m. PST/4:30 p.m. EST, check our home page around 1:45 p.m. PST/4:45 p.m. EST for the link to our live notes.

Apple’s webcast is available on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 4.2 or above, any Mac running OS X 10.5 or above or any PC running QuickTime 7 or later.

Apple will provide live audio streaming of its conference call using Apple’s industry-leading QuickTime multimedia software. The live webcast will begin at 2:00 p.m. PST on Monday, January 27, 2014 at www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/earningsq114 and will also be available for replay for approximately two weeks thereafter.

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    1. This was on Seeking Alpha: “Netflix ( NFLX ), among a group of much hyped internet companies such as Amazon ( AMZN ) and Facebook ( FB ), continues to excite investors despite a complete absence of meaningful profitability and an …”

      1. Seeking Alpha is nothing but amateurs. Hardly worth using as a reference unless it serves a one’s purpose. At some point, after a number of years of making investors money, it’s rather silly to complain about a stock (AMZN,GOOG,PCLN etc.) and it’s fundamentals. That’s called jealousy. If they make money, invest in them. Or move on in life. The performance of these equities has nothing to do with the performance of AAPL. The fundamental performance of these companies have nothing to do with the fundamental performance of Apple. These companies are constantly used as an excuse, although unsuccessfully, by people who have lost money in AAPL. These companies,their success and their fundamentals have absolutely nothing to do with AAPL. Nothing. Yet they are constantly thrown under the bus here daily by those who do not know how to invest. You can walk to town or you can catch that bus that keeps passing you every day. The choice is yours. But you can’t complain that it’s a long walk when you see the bus pass you daily. Either get on or shut up. Accountability. There’s nothing worse in life than adults who make excuses by blaming others for their own failures to act properly to everyday situations. If these stocks are making money for their investors (have they ever!) then climb aboard and make money also. Or don’t. But quit complaining. Remember, envy is okay but jealousy is just plain wrong. Complaining is for losers. Successful people never complain that others are also successful. Accountability. That’s what really matters. Not making excuses. My comment is in general, certainly not directed at you.

        1. While you make some excellent points, as usual, I disagree with your statement regarding fundamentals. It is not silly to complain about a stock and its fundamentals. This is even more true after the company has existed for year, regardless of whether or not it has made its investors money.

          In my opinion, a company that has been consistently overvalued for years and has not demonstrated the ability to make profits and grow profits is not an investment, it is speculation. If such a company has made some investors money over a number of years without improving its fundamentals a commensurate amount, then those investors are making money from other saps, not the company, itself.

          1. But it is silly. Direct your concerns and angst towards your investments not others. If you’re not smart enough to have invested in these companies by now (and made a boatload of money) then get on with your life. And clearly you did not invest in these. So no wonder you’re pissed at the world. As I said before, jealousy it’s a bad thing. It’s not a good character trait. It shows weakness. Either invest or move along. Your frustration with AAPL bleeds through the thinly veiled disguise of complaining about other stocks that are doing well. Learn how to invest better. There are other stocks out there besides AAPL. You’re probably one of those here who is all in with AAPL. Yeah, how’s that work lately? And of course you should be diversified anyway. I too have seen these stocks do well over the years. I could see the same fundamentals that you could. I too was invested in AAPL. Still am. But I’ve learned to take my profit when I’m ahead, even with AAPL. Especially with Apple! And other investments also. But at some point I realized that AMZN, PCLN etc. were moneymakers so I invested. You can complain or you can invest. Guess which one will make you money? Had I made the decision to pass on these stocks I would have simply moved on with my life. I wouldn’t have bitched about them forever. Or even one day. Or even one minute. Because bitching and complaining is for losers. Bitching won’t make me any money. Bitching about something I failed to invest in would just show jealousy on my part. And weakness. And stupidity. These other stocks have nothing to do with AAPL and its performance. Particularly the last 15 months. Jeez! You must be a Cubs fan.

    2. Not a chance. Apple won’t go up a tenth of what Netflix went up. Unfortunately, Apple could have bought Netflix for peanuts in late 2012. Considering how much spare cash Apple had at the time it wouldn’t have even mattered if Netflix didn’t do all that well. So it turned out to be just another great opportunity Tim Cook overlooked. Instead Apple shareholders can watch Apple’s reserve cash pile grow in a bank at 1% interest.

      These are the type of things I don’t understand. Apple doesn’t want to give money directly to shareholders and they don’t want to expand into higher margin businesses. They’d just rather struggle in a super-competitive industry dominated by low-cost Android devices which has ultimately capped Apple’s core hardware business growth.

      How much could it hurt Apple to move into other markets when the company has more money than it knows what to do with? I certainly don’t know Apple’s long-term business plans but it’s very obvious most investors don’t see it as being very profitable short-term. Although I still see Apple as being a company that can do anything it wants to do but Apple seems to be a rather non-aggressive company in relation to its cash wealth.

      I have to laugh at some of the valuations Wall Street has for companies like Netflix, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. It’s even more amazing how Apple’s company value is in held in question by Wall Street considering Apple holds more actual cash than a dozen of those internet-type companies. Something is definitely out of whack on the Street.

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