“Apple Inc. shares were a buy yesterday, and they’re a buy today, up another 2% or so,” Paul Vigna reports for The wall Street Journal.
“Will they be a buy tomorrow?” Vigna reports. “Well, yes.”
“‘It’s just the start of something that could go on for several quarters,’ Gene Munster, the senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray, said this morning on the MoneyBeat show,” Vigna reports. “After a few years of not having an answer to Samsung’s larger smartphones, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have recharged the prospects for the geniuses from Cupertino. ‘It’s dramatically changed the competitive landscape, and you’re seeing this big jump in their growth rate.'”
Mr. Munster’s take on how Apple’s played China, where he values the company, wearables, and how CEO Tim Cook has become a “rock star:”
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MacDailyNews Take: Something about shitting or getting off the pot, “rock star” style.