Apple CEO says he feels shareholders' pain, urges long view

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LaughingBoy48 wrote:

Every time this man opens his mouth, Apple goes down another $5. Why can’t he ever say anything that will make Apple worth more to shareholders. Google manages to do it, Netflix manages to do it, Amazon manages to do it. Why can’t the CEO of one of the wealthiest companies on Wall Street say something worthwhile. Tim Cook says to think long-term, but Wall Street continually says Apple hasn’t that much time to stay in business. You would think that with all the money Apple has, they would have the edge. Instead, Apple is always perceived as being the company that fails.

Feb 27, 2013 2:07pm EST  --  Report as abuse

You can’t feel my pain, that’s one of the biggest cop out of all time.

Feb 27, 2013 2:22pm EST  --  Report as abuse
wthcares wrote:

LaughingBoy48, I think LaughingIdiot247365 fits better. Wall Street says Apple doesn’t have that (long-term) much time to stay in business?!? Really??? Did Wall Street define “long-term” or did you just mis-quote something you trolled off the web?

Feb 27, 2013 10:31pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Jose_Ernesto wrote:

Wall Street has destroyed American Industrial competitiveness long time ago. As a simple example go see the brilliant actions of Wall Street financiers destroying the long term investment capacity of Goodyear in the far past by now. America had to be saved with government money in the 2008 crisis because of the brilliant “geniuses” of Wall Street and their actions behind the scenes to manipulate the rules so they could take as much money for themselves and destroy the base of the American Economy. A fund manager who predicted the crash of a major investment house is not an investment genius. It was just better informed. I guess these investors want to take as much money as they can so Apple looses its competition with Samsung fulfilling their their stupid predictions.

Feb 28, 2013 4:54am EST  --  Report as abuse
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