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Don't overthink the question of who wins from this new iPhone iteration. Apple wins. The pullback in Broadcom is a clarion call to buy it if you don't own some already. Broadcom is an amazing company and its stock is just too cheap considering that the Apple ramp is about to occur.feedback

So here's the bottom line: while Harvey dominates the headlines, takeovers and an accelerated iPhone launch explain a lot more of today's gyrations than the storm of the decade. Always remember that what matters to normal people isn't necessarily what matters to the stock market.feedback

I think that's wrong. They could be both buying opportunities. Let me specifically spell out the possibilities for Broadcom. That's been a horrendous stock for the last couple days. It makes the most intellectual property in the iPhone of all the suppliers mentioned.feedback

How do we know this? Because we heard it on the AT&T call. Specifically, in reference to their Time Warner acquisition, management explained that people are watching Time Warner on their handheld – again, widescreen handhelds like the iPhone 7 Plus.feedback

The fact is, Universal Display is one of the few public pure-plays on OLEDs, the industry has gigantic momentum, and as we get closer to the new iPhone launch, I bet this stock will roar. I think this is just the beginning, as we're starting to see OLEDs being used for all sorts of electronic devices, and since Universal Display isn't just a commodity play – you need to license their technology to make the best screens – the stock could have more room to run.feedback

The rapid adoption of technology refers to the smartphone and how it empowers millennial consumers, who don't want to waste their time shopping, to do a lot of homework before they go to the mall. They pick up their iPhone, they go to Google or Amazon, they compare and they contrast, and then they either go right to the store that might be having a sale and nowhere else in that mall, or they just buy from Amazon if they're too busy or they don't have a car, and yes, many of these kids don't drive – they've got Uber.feedback

The company's promotional enough that the first trade often produces a jump. But that jump's been worth shorting ever since the iPhone took over the smartphone universe, so just say no to Blackberry.feedback

There are distinct positives to this cycle, including Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 that might devour a lot of flash supply that's not due until later in the year. But at the moment. I think that Micron, or MOO, as we call it, is still in raging bull mode and you're free to buy it until we get much closer to that one incremental chip that sends it over the peak and back down into oblivion.feedback

That's real cash that can't be spent elsewhere, but a smartphone is simply indispensable. An [Apple] iPhone is the most prized and cherished purchase any American makes after his car or home. So what does pry the typical consumer off the couch? Trips to theme parks, hence why Six Flags, Cedar Fair, Disney and Comcast's Universal theme parks are jammed to the gills. Or cruise ships, because they create experiences.feedback

When I say that Apple is the mall, I also mean that if you were actually thinking of going to the mall, you probably ended up using your iPhone to comparison shop to be sure you weren't overpaying. What has dogged Apple's stock for ages, what has kept its share price so low, at least in terms of its valuation, is the 'Blackberry-ization' issue. The notion that in the end, the iPhone is just a device and device companies eventually get wasted as Blackberry did.feedback

The convenience and power of the iPhone has probably taken away as many white collar jobs as the countries President Trump accuses of stealing our manufacturing jobs. Probably more so.feedback

By this time next year, it wouldn't shock me if that service revenue number becomes the key metric, especially with the iPhone 7 right around the corner.feedback

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