Monday, January 09, 2006

MS analyst previewing Apple's downfall

The espectacular rise of Apple in the last years, due particularly to the iPods, has set many people angry. I have no doubts the company in Redmond is one of the more tormented by the success of Apple: both the rising share price as well as the rising market share.

It is no surprise, therefore, that their analysts are fast to preview that Apple's stock is due to fall. With MS own stock stagnated at the same level since 2000, there is no reason for them to be happy with the iPod and Mac OS success.

The people that are saying that Apple's market share will decrease are the same that said that Apple would die. Nonetheless, it continues to be one of the most successfull and inovative companies. Let us see what these analysts say after Apple's new products are announced tomorrow.

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