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Wall Street antsy on AAPL ahead of earnings
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Oct 25, 2012, 11:40 AM
 
As Apple prepares to announce its earnings later today, some indicators on the company's share performance have given many analysts pause. Traders are beginning to doubt whether AAPL can maintain the lofty performance it has seen over the last year, as some say that technical aspects of the stock show some troubling indicators. As a result, short interest on Apple is at the highest point it's been in two years, as some investors bet that the stock's price will drop.

     
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Oct 25, 2012, 12:02 PM
 
I've been saying this all along... the peak has already past for good;

oh, and your welcome. REAL OPEN SOURCE IS THE FUTURE
     
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Oct 25, 2012, 11:01 PM
 
Originally Posted by blahblahbber View Post
I've been saying this all along... the peak has already past for good;
oh, and your welcome. REAL OPEN SOURCE IS THE FUTURE
Spoken like someone who has never coded in their life. You have no understanding of how hard it is to write quality software. The majority of open source applications have horrible interfaces with multitudes of usability issues. A perfect example of this would be Eclipse IDE. A counter example would be Monodevelop but that started out as a project called Sharedevelop which strove to emulate Visual studio rather than to be something original. It initially was created to provide a "free" IDE for .NET but is now a free IDE for both .NET and Mono.

To you, open source means "free" as is gratis. If something has value then you should be willing to pay something for it.
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Originally Posted by aristotles View Post
Spoken like someone who has never coded in their life. You have no understanding of how hard it is to write quality software. The majority of open source applications have horrible interfaces with multitudes of usability issues. A perfect example of this would be Eclipse IDE. A counter example would be Monodevelop but that started out as a project called Sharedevelop which strove to emulate Visual studio rather than to be something original. It initially was created to provide a "free" IDE for .NET but is now a free IDE for both .NET and Mono.
To you, open source means "free" as is gratis. If something has value then you should be willing to pay something for it.
Sure all of the eclipse stuff has horrible UI stuff.... but does not mean that it will stop there, or that is your only option. Anything can be done about most things.... looks like you are just limited in your programming skills, or rather limiting your options, that's all.

Also, making assumptions about what I think OPEN SOURCE means is low of you. Guess there is no way reason to a lowly forum member. You now show more of your limitations continuing dialog with me.
     
   
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