Apple May Be Big, but It Isn't a Bellwether
Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.
Apple's stock is going down like a plane in flames sinking 12 percent on its biggest fall since the 2008 Wall Street crash. That's $60 dollars per share just after they announced one of its best quarters in history but still under
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ust last year, Apple was a tech investor's dream, and its stock hit $700 in September as gadget junkies snapped up Apple's industry-dominating iPhones and iPads. Since then, however, Apple's stock has been in a prolonged slide. Even when the company
Shares of Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) plunged more than 12%, as investors grew skeptical about the iPhone maker's growth prospects. Despite reporting a record quarterly profit, Apple's forecasts showed signs of slowing consumer demand for its products,