Friday, March 30, 2007

End of Week/Month/Quarter Contemplations

This is the latest installment in my efforts to highlight some of the interesting posts I have recently run across – so you won’t have to go chasing them down yourself. This week’s links have more of a fundamental flavor than usual, but I wouldn’t necessarily read anything into that…


Unknown said...

Bill, re: Apple

Earlier in the week an analyst commented that iPod sales were running below plan. plus, not quite a double top but close enough with that failure re test the jan. highs.

Anonymous said...

hi bill..

re: aapl.

lots of stuff hitting the newswire re: the Beatles being sold on iTunes.

just in case u have a POS..

i know this doesnt work. i will learn bb code.


Anonymous said...

diva test:

apple article

Bill Luby said...

Thanks for the comments/warnings about AAPL. I will wait to see if it tests the 52 week high before I pull the trigger.

As an aside, do today's teenagers know/care who the Beatles are?

Anonymous said...

"do today's teenagers know/care who the Beatles are?"

the Beatles are timeless.

i have to say i wasn't into the Beatles growing up but i have a younger cousin that was completely nuts over them (had 2 much older brothers)

i think the older i get the more i appreciate how ahead of their time and how truly talented they truly were.

i do think if the beatles/itunes news happens, the stock will react.

paperback writer......

that's one of my favs. xoxo

bi bill
diva aka valerie

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