Better off if it was not there
It seems that Wall Street is regretting all that money it pushed into the fruity cargo cult Apple as the company’s value plummets faster than the British pound.
Wall Street losing faith in PCs
It would appear that the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are losing faith in any belief that the PC industry is getting better.
Nay-sayers say Yay
Qualcomm has been getting a rough ride from the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street lately, but it seems to have won the support of a top nay-saying soothsayer.
Jury is still out if it will have a good 2016
Chipzilla reported strong quarterly profit but the news was overshadowed by concerns about slowing revenue growth in its highly profitable data centre business.
Fears of iPhone and China dependence
Wall Street’s love affair with the fruity cargo cult is definitely slipping as the cocaine nose jobs wake up to the fact that the company is unlikely to hold its historically high earnings.
Wall Street has already seen through it
Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?
Or Wall Street will kick it to death
While there are some that do not believe that Intel will have to press ahead with its rumoured buy out of rival Altera, there are signs that it might not have a choice.
Profits and more profits