The only way to view Apple’s current stock price is: suspicious.
A couple points:
- Apple’s P/E is too low or other company’s P/Es are too high. Fact.
- Telecos (AT&T and Verizon) have huge debt.
- Apple’s net income is greater than all the other sixteen company’s… COMBINED. Boom.
- Are Samsung’s numbers correct? I converted them from won (₩) and am not sure if they came out right. If they are correct, then Samsung’s P/E is very low, especially considering their EPS.
- Apple’s rare, impossible Cash and Debt are due to: rare, impossible vision and discipline.
As of: June 26, 2013
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Remember when I expressed concern about Google Glass?
Others, who have tested the product, are expressing concerns.
SNL lampoons the crap out of it:
I’ve been questioning Amazon for years.
Now others are noticing it, too:
How over-valued is Amazon’s stock? Compare P/E (share price / earnings per share) ratios:
- Amazon: 3,500
- Google: 23
- Oracle: 16
- Microsoft: 15
- Walmart: 14
- Apple: 10
- Exxon: 10
(All the other companies make money.)
Here is a chart comparing the Net Income of each company for the past five years:
Here is a chart comparing the stock performance of each company for the past five years:
Here is some commentary about the charts:
- Everything makes sense. Except Amazon’s stock price. Geez.
- I’d like to see Samsung in the charts (but I couldn’t find their quarterly profits for the past five years, and they are not traded in the US).
Neat. But not beautiful. Doesn’t it seem like this video (ad) is short of what it could be? Few people saw it, and no one remembered it. But it was a clever idea and could have been legendary.
The final inch really is the most difficult.