Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's blog
The bottom line is that Apple lost its founder, its leader, its passion, and its way. Get used to a double-digit stock. It's got much lower to go.
What we must remember is this: we are in a bear market, and the risk of a countertrend rally is present, but confined. The opportunity on the downside movement dwarfs the risk of a push higher, as these charts illustrate.
A picture story in four parts. Your Bezos may vary.
Now allow me to write exactly the same thing using what Slope patron saint George Carlin lovingly described as "simple, direct, honest language"
I'm not going to offer Apple this courtesy. I think the 25% drop they've seen is going to blossom into a nearly 50% drop
It only takes a moment for the observant viewer to ascertain the state of each of these two realities. There is no Schrodinger's Cat in Dennis' world.
Status Quo means Hillary. Financial Mayhem means Bernie. Fear means Trump.
Slope of Hope celebrated its 10th anniversary last March, and during the course of 2015, thousands of interesting charts and articles were published. Here's a sampling of the best of them:
If anyone on this planet could be accused of tying Marissa Mayer's sexuality to her career, I think one need look no farther than the woman herself.
I had never heard the term "safe space" until just a few days ago, but it's a zone in which free speech is completely forbidden, for fear of hurting the feelings of some special snowflake.
To compare someone like Bernie Sanders to bloodthirsty monsters like Stalin and Pol Pot is too ludicrous for words. I've heard of slippery slopes before, but good lord, this guy must be totally off his rocker
Now that Chipotle's e. coli outbreak had shuttered places all over the Pacific Northwest, I'm even more content to enjoy the fabulous, inexpensive fare at my local Los Gallos
I thought I'd change my tone and write up a genuinely positive, optimistic post. This has to do with what I think will be a tectonic shift over the next twenty years: transportation.
One would think the market is trading Elon Musk’s reputation instead of two utterly separate companies, considering how they look like clones.
Hey, everybody. Look, I sort of fell out of the public eye once people stopped eating Wheaties, and I'm glad to have a second career as a reality show freak.