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Two thirds of Verizon’s 9.8 million smartphones sales last quarter were iPhones. Half of those went to the iPhone 5.

So fully one third of Verizon's smartphones were the iPhone 5, yet analysts still declare that demand is waning? In what world is selling two our of every three smartphones on Verizon a disappointment?
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I'm continuing to wonder why anyone pays attention to anything analysts have to say.
Drive down the stock, buy cheap. Ride the stock back up. Sell. Why are people confused by Wall Street?
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