apparently,-apple’s-new-credit-card-is-sexist

According to several Silicon Valley watch dogs, tech giant Apple’s new credit card, backed by Goldman Sachs, is sexist and the conspiracy goes to the highest levels of the American banking system. How can a credit card be sexist, you ask? Let us turn to David Heinemeier Hansson, the CTO of software company Basecamp and…

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charter-communications:-3-reasons-why-chtr-is-on-par-with-apple-in-year-to-date-gains

Charter Communications (CHTR) has managed to keep up with Apple’s year-to-date performance. Furious buybacks since 2016 have helped keep the stock bullish. Strong upside potential and a parabolic structure are also driving CHTR’s surprising growth. Charter Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHTR) is giving Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) a run for its money. The telecommunications company is up by around…

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overrated:-only-20%-of-faang-stocks-feature-in-21st-century’s-10-best-performers

Only a fifth of FAANG stocks appear in the list of 10 best performing stocks of the 21st century. The best-performing stock in the last two decades is not a Silicon Valley wunderkid. Netflix and Apple save the day, however. For years, FAANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google) have received the adulation of…

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dot-com-pop?-apple-+-microsoft-more-valuable-than-entire-german-stock-market

Apple and Microsoft’s trillion-dollar market capitalizations value them higher than the entire German stock market. Renewed fears of a ‘tech bubble’ are growing among Wall Street analysts. But APPL and MSFT remain modestly valued and growing rapidly, while the comparison to Germany’s stock market is inherently flawed. Tech stocks are in a massive bubble, if…

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sizzling-apple-(aapl)-run-proves-this-overvalued-stock-market-is-broken

Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) earnings report last night was a roaring success… wasn’t it? Tim Cook’s company beat expectations on earnings and revenue, and there’s decent demand for the iPhone 11. AAPL stock is up 2% in pre-market trading, set to open at a record high. The broader stock market is following suit with the S&P…

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exposed:-tim-cook,-the-social-justice-hypocrite

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with People En Español, the Spanish-language version of People Magazine for an interview that proved just how hypocritical he and Apple are. The interview, which was published Thursday, was all about social justice, Cook’s coming out as a gay man, his support for LGBT youth and DREAMers, and how…

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tim-cook’s-controversial-trade-war-strategy-is-paying-off-for-apple-(aapl)-stock

The world’s most valuable company got more valuable this week, as Apple stock hit a record high. There is no question Apple would not have been able to flourish in Trump’s trade war environment were it not for Tim Cook’s immersive approach to Chinese diplomacy. Risks are now growing for APPL as Senator Ted Cruz…

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more:-proof-of-chinese-influence-on-entertainment-industry-keeps-growing

Last week, Hollywood and the National Basketball Association (NBA) were caught in the middle of a firestorm after China’s influence on both subsets of the American entertainment industry were exposed. Over the weekend, more proof that American entertainment remains under guidelines set forth by the Communist Chinese emerged. BuzzFeed reported: In early 2018 as development…

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tim-cook-blames-protestors-after-apple-pulls-hkmaps-app-to-appease-beijing

It’s been a telling week in American politics, wherein the massive influence wielded by the Communist Chinese on American commerce has been fully exposed. As the National Basketball Association (NBA) struggles to explain why it supports “social justice” in America, but not in Hong Kong, one of America’s largest tech companies flails in the wind…

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update:-apple-bends-knee-to-beijing,-nukes-app-used-by-hong-kong-protestors

Yesterday, we at LauraLoomer.us made the grave mistake of praising Silicon Valley tech giant Apple for allowing an application called HKmaps to remain live on the Apple App Store. Alas, Apple bent a knee to the Chinese regime and removed the application Thursday, less than 24 hours after our original piece was published. “Many concerned…

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