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Up 28% – Will Apple's Resurgence Last?

14 August 2013 | 6:04 pm Based on chart analysis, AAPL has more room to rally and seasonality allows for higher prices. However, there is one fly in the ointment that could send the stock straight back down. Regardless, here's … http://finance.yahoo.com/news/28-apples-resurgence-last-180440207.html

An Electronic Push For AAPL

14 August 2013 | 5:09 pm By John Kosar, CMT The chart below is from our August 13th report entitled "Influential AAPL At Major Decision Point." Apple Inc. (AAPL) caught our eye yesterday because $470 per share, which was being negotiated by the market at the http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/the-exchange/electronic-push-aapl-170955492.html

Is Apple The Catalyst?

14 August 2013 | 1:37 pm Apple looks to be breaking out. Is it the catalyst for a fresh leg higher? http://finance.yahoo.com/news/apple-catalyst-133703389.html

AAPL hits $500 for the first time since January following Icahn …

14 August 2013 | 4:06 pm Following comments from billionaire investor Carl Icahn that he had taken a large position in Apple and discussed a larger buyback with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple… http://9to5mac.com/2013/08/14/aapl-hits-500-for-the-first-time-since-january-following-icahn-investment/

About iCahn's AAPL Activism, And Those AAPL Bonds | Zero Hedge

13 August 2013 | 7:09 pm While we congratulate Carl Icahn (or is that iCahn) for once again taking over the spotlight in what has otherwise been a newsflow empty summer doldrum week, and like everyone else, are surprised by his most recent activist  http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-13/about-icahns-aapl-activism-and-those-aapl-bonds

Investor Carl Icahn takes 'large position' in AAPL, stock goes up …

13 August 2013 | 6:54 pm Icahn further added that he had a nice conversation today with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Icahn suggested even larger buy-back plans for Apple. Earlier this year, Apple launched a major multi-billion-dollar stock buy-back  http://9to5mac.com/2013/08/13/investor-carl-icahn-takes-large-position-in-aapl-stock-goes-up/

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  • Apple says:

    Discuss The Implications That This Spending Would Have On The Amazon.com’s Return On Assets.? Amazon’s Valuation Is Hard To Justify (AMZN)

    An analyst’s infamous 1998 target price that quickly became a self-fulfilling prophecy may be emblematic of the dot-com bubble. But, in Amazon.com Inc.’s AMZN +2.51% case, it turned out to be conservative. On a split-adjusted basis, today’s share price is the equivalent of $1,166.
    An analyst’s infamous 1998 target price that quickly became a self-fulfilling prophecy may be emblematic of the dot-com bubble. But, in Amazon.com Inc.’s AMZN +2.51% case, it turned out to be conservative. On a split-adjusted basis, today’s share price is the equivalent of $1,166.
    Despite all its success since then, Amazon’s valuation still attracts plenty of skeptics. They felt vindicated in October and January when third- and fourth-quarter results disappointed and the share price dove. With expectations suitably tempered and fellow e-commerce company eBay Inc. having beaten expectations, there may be room for positive surprises when Amazon reports first-quarter results Thursday. Analysts expect earnings per share of only seven cents versus 44 cents a year earlier.
    But even if it clears that relatively low hurdle, Amazon’s valuation remains difficult to justify. The Internet company can ignore the retail mantra of “location, location, location,” but not the adage that “you’ve got to spend money to make money.” It nearly doubled capital spending in 2011 versus a year earlier. And while expensive initiatives such as fulfillment centers and subsidizing the Kindle Fire tablet will continue to depress 2012 earnings, even on 2013 forecasts, the stock sports a price/earnings ratio of 76 times.
    As hybrid retail, media and information-technology company—”bricks, flicks and clicks,” as Nomura says—it is hard to find a perfect proxy for Amazon. Even so, in addition to being in a different orbit than global retailer Wal-Mart Stores Inc., WMT +1.12% which trades below 11 times 2013 earnings, Amazon is pricey compared with Apple Inc. AAPL +1.56% and even Netflix Inc. NFLX +0.14% They trade at 11.4 and 38 times forecast 2013 earnings, respectively.
    On the basis of price to sales, a reflection of long-term growth and margin assumptions, Amazon trades at 3½ times Wal-Mart’s multiple. And while Amazon’s 2012 operating margin is forecast at just half the average level of the past nine years, it faces hurdles in returning to old form. A big one is the possibility its U.S. customers soon will have to pay sales tax, forcing it to be more aggressive on price or to sacrifice some sales, probably both.

    Based on the article, Amazon.com nearly doubled its capital spending on items such as fulfillment centers (sophisticated warehouses where it finds, packages, and ships goods to customers). Discuss the implications that this spending would have on the company’s return on assets.

  • Curtis says:

    10-Q Vs Earnings Reports? What are the relations between these two? I know that the 10-Q is released later but how much later. Its weird because all the companies aren”t standardized. Couple of questions

    1) I looked for Apple (AAPL) and they didnt have Q1 2013 data why? They have Q2 and Q3 data
    2) For BlackStone (BX) why isnt there June Q2 data out yet via the 10-Q? Don’t they have to file on June 30th?
    3) When is the 10-Q filed anyways. I find so many differences in companies – its confusing
    For example I can’t find BlackStones financial statement Q2 data anywhere. How come I can’t find that if theyre Q2 earnings have already been done in July 18th
    And how come AAPL reported the Q3 data on earnings date while Blackstone earnings date was only Q2 if both reported in July? I thought it was standardized? (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/q/quarter.asp).

    I can’t find Blackstone financial statements for Q2 (http://ir.blackstone.com/events.cfm , http://ir.blackstone.com/financials.cfm). The may 8th filing is for q1

    • Curator says:

      The 10-K annual report for a large company must be filed with the SEC within 60 days of the end of the fiscal year, which in Apple’s case is the last day in September. It must contain fully audited financials.

      The 10-Q quarterly report must be filed with the SEC within 40 days of the end of each subsequent 3 months of the 10-K filing period, but with unaudited financials. In APPL’s case that is December (Q1), March (Q2) and June (Q3). Apple was early in filing the 10-Q for Q3, which is not due until the 40th day from the end of June, which is August 9th.

      As to BX, their fiscal year ends in December. Their Q2 also ended on June 30, 2013, so they must file and you will find their 10-Q filed on or about August 9th. These dates are not standardized, because each company by the IRS Code is allowed to select the end of their fiscal year.

      http://www.sec.gov/answers/form10k.htm
      http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=AAPL
      http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=BX

    • Curator says:

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