Apple in a cash shooting on the markets

Just as predicted, soon after Apple's shares has fallen below $450, there appeared at intervention from the full with cash company. On Friday, Apple closed at $474, proving my prognosis that having $137 billion in cash management will react and change the trend.

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The delusive oil success of US

The news that US trade deficit is going down is a good news. But the reason of this is some funny. USA is exporting more... oil. Is the world's top economy becoming a resource one? Just like Saudi Arabia and Russia? And who is the buyer of this oil, as previously USA was the main market of energy? Isn't this the new technological and industry leader - Asia?

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Is Mark Carney a fool... Or just a liar (politician)...

The people like to save. They need this. And it is not a question of money. People have always saved - since the ancient times of living in caves. They saved meat, corn, wood, weapon, hide... And they do knew what they have and what they can rely on. Saving money is an evolution of saving. Money is an universal tool of obtaining anything else. It is small as weight and size, and can cover much future needs almost immediately. So money is an universal saving option. And then... Mark Carney said inflation must not be the only target of the Central Bank...

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Who is buying all these bonds?

After Jim Rogers joined Bill Gross in warning on treasuries, the most interesting question that appears is who in fact is continuing to buy these bonds? With record low earnings and even losses from time to time, it is obvious that no one will be keen on putting money in government bonds. Even more - much investors say they will go "short" on bonds. So who is buying these bonds?

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Dell: 2 gambles at a time

The idea of Michael Dell to make Dell Inc. a private company looks a very strange move to me. If you are a good CEO, it doesn't matter if the company is public or private. Steve Jobs took an almost bankrupted Apple and made it again IT giant. The restructuring of Apple was much bigger that the expected restructuring of Dell. And the redirection of the business model was even more rapid. So in fact the ownership and shareholders does not obstruct you to do a good business. In fact in current corporate structure in large corporations in US, the influence of shareholders is very limited in favor of the board. So turning Dell private is a very strange decision.

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