Sunday, January 8, 2012

Run, don't walk, to read Jim Cramer's more cautious view of Europe's influence on U.S markets.

Sanford Bernstein lowers Goldman Sachs' fourth-quarter 2011 EPS to $0.77 from $3.15.

Don't be surprised if, in the 2nd quarter, AAPL pays a $20-a-share special cash dividend, introduces a regular $1.25-a-share quarterly dividend and splits its shares 10-1. I could easily see it trading well over $500 this year. I think it very well may become the T of a new investing generation, a stock to be owned by this generation's widows and orphans.