Nicu 3:12 pm on July 15, 2015 - 18 days ago


    in 10 lots (same lot size as other recent trades) of Sep 18 $140 C @ 88c


    Nicu 7:10 pm on July 14, 2015 - 19 days ago


    in 1 lot of Jan 2017 $140 C @ $10.45


    Nicu 5:56 pm on July 9, 2015 - 24 days ago


    sold short 1 lot of Jul 31 $120 P @ $3.05 – have cash to back it up and not sorry to buy @ $118 / share

    • Nicu

      Nicu 3:37 pm on July 13, 2015 20 days ago

      just bought all back @ $1.50

      • conshmillo

        conshmillo 4:32 pm on July 15, 2015 18 days ago

        Nice trade

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    conshmillo 7:55 pm on July 3, 2015 - 30 days ago

    “Apple is rumored to offer its next-generation iPhone in a new rose gold color option, which has led to forgeries in the Far East attempting to imagine what the color might look like on a so-called “iPhone 6s.”


    • conshmillo

      conshmillo 7:55 pm on July 3, 2015 30 days ago

      Holy shit! I wanna throw up.

    • conshmillo

      conshmillo 8:01 pm on July 3, 2015 30 days ago

      Apple on the march from “cool” to “cheesy”.

      • eatingbeets

        eatingbeets 2:20 pm on July 5, 2015 28 days ago

        I’m guessing you’re not a Chinese woman?

        • conshmillo

          conshmillo 12:30 am on July 6, 2015 27 days ago

          In Steve Jobs reign Apple defined what is cool. Not Chinese women. Microsoft always liked to emulate what it thought was popular. You know how that looked.

          • eatingbeets

            eatingbeets 4:15 pm on July 7, 2015 26 days ago

            I’m just saying that you are not the target market for this phone. “Cool” is very subjective and it seems like right now Apple’s priority is to be cool in the eyes of wealthy Chinese women.

      • JPWatkins

        JPWatkins 6:05 am on July 9, 2015 24 days ago

        Well, folks were worried about the gold iPhone 6, but I have to say, it looks quite nice and not cheesy (even if it’s not to my taste.) Rest assured, whatever Apple does will look better than what we see with these counterfeiters’ efforts.

  • 3

    conshmillo 8:46 pm on July 1, 2015 - 32 days ago

    • JPWatkins

      JPWatkins 6:39 am on July 2, 2015 31 days ago

      I haven’t been keeping up with this. I didn’t realize Fassbender was playing Jobs. Looks interesting and true to life.
      Surprising since it’s supposed to be based on Isaacson’s book, which I read eagerly, but found a bit lame, toothless, and overly awed (a biography written several years too soon.) I may be wrong, but I didn’t recognize any dialog in the trailer as having appeared in the book (probably a good sign.)

      • conshmillo

        conshmillo 7:59 pm on July 3, 2015 30 days ago

        Same feeling here. Looks interesting but I am not sure Fassbender as Jobs works for me.

        • JPWatkins

          JPWatkins 5:59 am on July 9, 2015 24 days ago

          It threw me at first, especially since they appear to have expended absolutely no effort to make him look like Steve. (not even hair dye ??! ! )
          But Fassbender is pretty special and it shows even in the trailer. Better to have Fassbender, an amazingly talented actor who doesn’t look anything at all like Steve but brings much to the part, than to have someone like Keanu Reeves, who’s a dead ringer for Steve and has some talent but doesn’t bring any significant art or soul to the part. Our desire to have him look like Steve is more a measure of Jobs’ freshness in our minds as an iconic figure than a necessity for good story telling and acting.

  • henrystar

    Richard 8:18 pm on June 28, 2015 - 35 days ago

  • 1

    rastard 2:27 pm on June 16, 2015 - 47 days ago

    Has it actually jumped up the past couple of days, or did another reverse split happen without me noticing?

    • Nicu

      Nicu 7:58 pm on June 17, 2015 46 days ago

      nope, there was a filling about a potential contract for exclusive distribution in larger China – the other party would pay a non refundable $250k immediately just for the talks to start; and could pay up to $10M during the next two years in licensing fees etc.

      during the last two months the warrant bleeding has been put to rest, after a negotiation with warrant holders that puts a cap to 120M shares total; of course new deals / financing will see more shares issued, hopefully on better terms

  • 2

    Richard 9:50 am on June 14, 2015 - 49 days ago

    I’ve decided to get a new iPhone, and an Apple Watch. I’m thinking of the biggest iPhone, and 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Link Bracelet watch. I want to watch movies on my iPhone (I have watched a couple on my present iPhone, and even that was quite OK). I have found that I very much do NOT like an iPad.

    • JPWatkins

      JPWatkins 5:02 pm on June 25, 2015 38 days ago

      You surprise me. I have not owned an iPad, but from using one I feel confident I would enjoy having one, especially for web, e-mail, sharing photos, and video. (I enjoy my iPhone for this, but it is a bit small.) On the other hand my iPhone is always with me — very convenient. I envision an iPad staying mostly around home or taken along in “my briefcase” (or equivalent.)

      What is it that you particularly do NOT like with your iPad?

      • henrystar

        Richard 1:54 pm on June 26, 2015 37 days ago

        Glad you asked, but I find it remarkably difficult to answer. Reminds me of the old Oxford verse, “I do not love thee, Dr Fell, and why this is, I cannot tell, but this I know, and know full well, I do not love thee, Dr Fell.” The iPad was my son’s and was given to me. It sits in my Baltimore apartment where I sleep two days a week. I will watch a movie on my old iPhone, but rarely indeed I find myself picking up the iPad and, say, reading a book that my son loaded it with at my request. I just don’t like it. Puzzles me!

  • conshmillo

    conshmillo 11:21 pm on June 8, 2015 - 54 days ago

    Still butt ugly.

  • conshmillo

    conshmillo 1:17 am on June 6, 2015 - 57 days ago

    SpaceX close to launching internet-beaming satellites

    “Things are about to get really interesting in space. On the heels of the news that SpaceX was awarded certification to bid for Pentagon satellite contracts, Elon Musk’s rocket company has asked the Federal Communications Commission for permission to launch two experimental internet-beaming satellites. If the FCC allows SpaceX to follow through with this launch, the rocket company has plans for three additional pairs of similar satellites to take off in the future.”


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