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The past cannot be changed, the future is still in your power."
While AAPL fell short of my prediction, it reach an all-time high today and is on a non-stop trajectory on the path to realize my predictions. While analysts talk about the cash on-hand, the French connection, the surprising migration of Windows users in droves to iMAC, and iPhone making its way into the business world as Palm declines, no one has realized the key to it all.
Nor did anyone hear the ringing of the register almost a million times today for a line item that is on no one's radar-- but will cause the register to ring two million times 12 months from now. It's all been printed here before (so you can cheat and check the archives) but I have a way of connecting dots that others don't see even when the evidence is all around them.
Cross the t.....
Dot the is.....
SaaS. Cloud Computing. Mobile. Social.
One call does it all.
How do I know this?
Just going on the words that came out of the bosses mouth (or iPhone)
Missed 1st call?
Missed 2nd call?
Missed last call?
The distractions are over. One analyst predicts Apple will sell 3 million iPhones, 30 million iPods in holiday quarter. And, with Goldman Sachs rating Apple a 'buy' on Mac, iPod, iPhone strength, this is the final bell as the march towards 300 and beyond begins.
From here there is no turning back. The party is OVER BILL. It's very real. You only need walk into a Circuit City tonight and see the lack of enthusiasm for Vista versus the double deep lines to checkout at the Apple Stores**.
Jonathan Ratner reports for FP Trading Desk reports, "'We would continue to buy Apple shares heading into MacWorld and its earnings announcement in mid-January as Apple’s three major product cycles – Mac, iPod, and iPhone – fuel upside,' he told clients in a note. 'Apple will have multiple winners once again this holiday season, with Macs a particular standout.'"
But if you really want to understand WHY, go HERE.
All good things come to those who wait.
**My evidence, my camera- exclusive field reporting starts tonight.