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4 hours ago, Jimbo said:

APPLE: GOING DEEPER INTO THE COYOTE FIELD

Apple is having to dramatically increase its share price buybacks to keeps its share price increasing.

Now at nearly $100 Billion per annum.

This should increase the stock price by 10% per annum going forward.

But the great days since 2012 of 30% annual price appreciation are over!!!!!!!!!!!

To keep the share price appreciation going APPLE is having to go increasingly

Deep into the "COYOTE FIELD" going more and more towards "FULL COYOTE".

i.e. using borrowed money to fund share buybacks 

At $100 billion per annum it is not only using up all its annual free cash flow generation on share buybacks.

It will also have to run down its balance sheet cash and investments at a rate of $40 billion per annum.

This means in about 5 years these assets will be gone.

And remember it already has $100 billion of debt on the balance sheet.

After that to still push the price up will require outright borrowing.

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4 hours ago, Jimbo said:

APPLE: GOING DEEPER INTO THE COYOTE FIELD

Apple is having to dramatically increase its share price buybacks to keeps its share price increasing.

Now at nearly $100 Billion per annum.

This should increase the stock price by 10% per annum going forward.

But the great days since 2012 of 30% annual price appreciation are over!!!!!!!!!!!

To keep the share price appreciation going APPLE is having to go increasingly

Deep into the "COYOTE FIELD" going more and more towards "FULL COYOTE".

i.e. using borrowed money to fund share buybacks 

At $100 billion per annum it is not only using up all its annual free cash flow generation on share buybacks.

It will also have to run down its balance sheet cash and investments at a rate of $40 billion per annum.

This means in about 5 years these assets will be gone.

And remember it already has $100 billion of debt on the balance sheet.

After that to still push the price up will require outright borrowing.

iPhone XXX, porno version is cumming  soon 😁😁😁

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4 hours ago, Jimbo said:

APPLE: GOING DEEPER INTO THE COYOTE FIELD

Apple is having to dramatically increase its share price buybacks to keeps its share price increasing.

Now at nearly $100 Billion per annum.

This should increase the stock price by 10% per annum going forward.

But the great days since 2012 of 30% annual price appreciation are over!!!!!!!!!!!

To keep the share price appreciation going APPLE is having to go increasingly

Deep into the "COYOTE FIELD" going more and more towards "FULL COYOTE".

i.e. using borrowed money to fund share buybacks 

At $100 billion per annum it is not only using up all its annual free cash flow generation on share buybacks.

It will also have to run down its balance sheet cash and investments at a rate of $40 billion per annum.

This means in about 5 years these assets will be gone.

And remember it already has $100 billion of debt on the balance sheet.

After that to still push the price up will require outright borrowing.

iPhone XXX, porno version is cumming  soon 😁😁😁

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38 minutes ago, DrStool said:

Might be the most bogus day I ever saw. 

Ja. Like Christmas 2018...

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2 hours ago, DrStool said:

Might be the most bogus day I ever saw. 

Consider it  a gift.

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10 year yield ticks a new low for the move.   

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The recession forecast by the yield curve isn't showing up in the federal tax collection data. Somebody's going to be very disappointed. Like anyone who bought the 10 year at 1.6%. Or even 2%. 

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