Louis Navellier - Will This Invisible Tech Revolution Turn Wall Street Upside Down Again?

  • Posted: 27 September 2010 07:46 PM

    Does anyone here subscribe to his newsletter?  Is it AAPL?

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    Posted: 27 September 2010 08:04 PM #1

    All I would say is there is plenty of time to witness the growth of the cloud.  I use to sit in meetings when our young engineers talked about the cloud 20 yrs ago. The cloud is the area of the Internet beyond your control.  The cloud is not new, it just works better.  As far as Apple and the cloud they seem to have a very measured approach.  They are definitely not a leader, but they have found the ability to monitize all their cloud efforts.  IMO as the network bandwidth improves, the cloud as a storage medium becomes much more viable so I watch the average connection speeds as an indicator of the future.  Network build out wether fixed or mobile will tell you what is possible.  Places like Africa with no fixed infrasructure will rely on mobile for all connectivity, but if you look at place like Japan & Korea where 20 Mbps is common and the types of services available you can guess where the internet is moving.

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    Posted: 28 September 2010 04:40 AM #2

    I decline to comment on newsletters…maybe I’m just biased.  But no, the mystery stock is not AAPL based on those teaser metrics.


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  • Posted: 28 September 2010 05:48 AM #3

    That stock more than probably is FFIV (F5 Networks)

  • Posted: 28 September 2010 06:15 AM #4

    My Dad subscribes to the newsletter.  Navellier’s a complete joker, although at least he has been banging on about AAPL for the past couple of years and my Dad has capitalised on it handsomely…

    I’ll find out which company it was and report back (unless someone beats me to it).

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    Posted: 28 September 2010 04:13 PM #5

    VMware.  Ticker VMW.  Weekly chart.


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