Albert Einstein said he wanted to "know the mind of God; everything else is just details."
On a more mundane level, Apple
1. Apple reports blowout earnings
Apple just crushed it in the second quarter -- so much so that Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner tweeted that it "may have delivered the greatest quarter in American corporate history." Net income rose 94% to $11.6 billion as the company sold 35.06 million iPhones. (That's more iPhones than there are people in Canada.)
Takeaway: As more and more smartphone users continue to clog the data pipes, one company stands ready to help networks move data more effectively: Infinera
2. Is Netflix doomed?
Takeaway: Netflix's DVD business was once the poster child for a disruptive technology -- and exactly what we look for at 10-Bagger Stocks. Can Netflix replicate its previous success with DVDs in the new area of streaming? We're on the fence about that at the moment.
3. Zipcar loses its zip.
10-bagger recommendation Zipcar
Takeaway: There's a difference between growing your business and growing your business profitably. We like the trajectory of Zipcar's profits, even if revenue growth decelerates.
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John owns shares of Apple. David owns shares of Apple and Infinera.
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