Sunday, July 8, 2007

So iDay has come and gone.

And who nailed it? Me. Came out nice and smooth before launch and said 200,000 iPhones when of course I knew it was gonna be five hundo. Learned that from Steve... under promise, over deliver. That's how I roll at Piper.

The other analysts are just a riot. They never take a stand until I do. Shaw Wu (a.k.a. Captain Obvious) said:

the product is doing "tremendously well" thus far.

Wow bro way to go out on a limb. He also said he thought Apple had sold 500k so far, which is of course because he heard me say it first. What a n00b. Then his buddy Chowdry says:

The analyst also said he surveyed users of Research In Motion's BlackBerry who have purchased iPhones and some said they would switch to just using the iPhone if it supported their companies' business e-mail platforms.

"That's directionally very positive for Apple,"

Directionally very positive? What the hell does that mean? Typical n00bspeak. Yeah Trip, of course it's going to be positive for Apple if people switch to iPhone. Duh.

Had to go on cnbc explain why iPhone is going to be a "game changer" (they love when I say that). I talk nice and slow so Joe can understand me. Something else the n00b analysts don't know how to do.

Well, that's it for now. Aapl is going higher this week of course. I assume you saw those shorts get whacked on Thursday. Yeah more of that comin' without a doubt.

No comments: