stocks

  • Yes! I was right about betting on AMD and NVIDIA stock


    Oh ye of little faith! Last month I posted about how I thought AMD and NVIDIA stocks were undervalued but the companies themselves were thriving. Buy, buy, buy, I said — to general disapproval. It’s not customary of course to give stock tips on CrunchGear, and to be honest I wouldn’t trust myself to invest a roll of quarters, but it looks like my amateur day-trading… Read More

  • Both AMD and NVIDIA's stocks are falling like rocks – buy!


    Pretty soon both of these suckers are going to bottom out, and since there’s really no other players in the consumer video card game, at least one of them is going to bounce back. NVIDIA is at around $11, down from almost $25 a couple months ago, and AMD has been steadily declining for a long time and is on its way to becoming a penny stock. Have a little extra cash? There’s… Read More

  • Apple stock price falls amid news of iPhone 3G

    Yahoo! Finance
    Quote for AAPL/ Apple’s stock is about 4% lower (as of 3:45 PM on the east coast) than it started today after Steve Jobs’ keynote speech at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. Trading opened at $184.92 per share this morning and is currently floating around $178 per share, with a daily high of $184.94 and a daily low of $175.75, according to Yahoo! Read More

  • Sharper Image up for sale

    While it’s no Ionic Breeze air purifier (“Now with more cancer!”), Sharper Image is up for sale after going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It’s shares recently closed at 23 cents. That’s right: the sellers of the RoboRaptor are in penny stock territory. “Given the present retail climate and specialty nature of the company, as well as the limited… Read More

  • Palms shares jump on hot new "buy" rating by JPMorgan; Centro selling very well for Sprint

    [photopress:070928_Centro.jpg,full,center] I’ve been talking quite a bit about how much I love the Centro smartphones by Palm, and why I think it’s going to be a sleeper hit, and now someone finally agrees with me. That someone is JPMorgan, who upgraded Palm’s stock to “buy” on the strength of the Centro and it’s impending launch on AT&T sometime… Read More

  • Apple to produce 'cheaper, innovative iPods with Wi-Fi and multi-touch technology' soon?

    Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster (who used to work with my dad, went to the same high school as me, and is or was dating my friend Ross’ sister) thinks that Apple might put out some newer, cheaper iPod touch-like devices. “We believe that the iPod touch is the first of several Internet-connected iPods that Apple is currently developing. With 70% market share, we believe Apple is… Read More

  • The Apple Keynote Index Fund


    Ever wish your parents invested in IBM way back when it was still hot? Well here’s a way to make some quick and easy money in tech without having to rent out your body. If you buy Apple stock (MSFT… OK… APPL) the day before the MacWorld keynote (this year it’s on January 15th at 9am) and sell it 48 hours later, you’re almost guaranteed a small win. This… Read More

  • Sniffer confirms: Apple not rotten

    Citizens, it is safe to remove your iPhones from their tin-foil wrappings. The alarm raised by Hackintosh member XianLi that Apple was sending out your International Mobile Equipment Identity with every outgoing transmission turns out to have been nothing but the most base alarmism. Sure, there are graphs and numbers to support his theory, but some intrepid investigator at Heise.de broke… Read More

  • Newsflash: Working for Google early on makes you rich

    This lady’s name is Bonnie Brown. She’s a skillionaire. She wasn’t always rich, though. Back in 1999, she was making $450 a week as a masseuse for Google, which at that time had 40 employees. Boy oh boy, Google must have known it was going to be huge to hire a masseuse for only 40 people. The last company I worked for had over 300 people and there was no masseuse and no free… Read More

  • Apple Hints At iTMS Video Rentals, Other Stuff

    Talk about the vaguest of vague here, but apparently Apple is interested in bringing video rentals to the iTunes Music Store sometime during 2008. The company briefly discussed the option during Thursday’s shareholder meeting but has yet to come up with anything definite. Several other important points were brought up during the meeting. Apple’s not splitting its stock, the iPhone… Read More