Six months, six ask-me-anythings, six testimonials from my subscribers:
Bart Yee on the Gene Munster episode: Guest readers – It’s definitely worth a subscription to PED 3.0 to get rapid access to analysis about Apple plus being able to ask questions and discuss relevant topics. For the fractional cost of .80 of an AAPL share, the 1-2 year return on that subscription will be well worth it IMO.
Jerry Doyle on the Horace Dediu episode: “Ask anything with Horace Dediu” was a most informative session. I always find Horace a thinker who contemplates new models for thinking about and for thriving in understanding the unpredictable and even, the unthinkable.
David Drinkwater on the Ben Bajarin episode: It was definitely inspirational to me to have a bona fide semiconductor guy on the show. I love the hard technology side of thing, but also appreciate the intersection with the liberal arts.
Joseph Bland on the Jean-Louis Gassée episode: For me, may have been the best session yet – and that’s saying a LOT! PED and Robert, thank you for instigating these!
Robert Paul Leitao on the Eric Savitz episode: The Apple 3.0 Ask-Me-Anything special event with Eric Savitz was a wonderful 90-minute conversation with one of the best tech industry journalists on the planet. If you haven’t subscribed to Apple 3.0 yet, the insights gained from this special event are a real value.
Michael Goldfeder on the Rene Ritchie episode: For anyone who follows Apple 3.0 as a non subscriber “lurker,” as I was doing before joining as a member, the opportunity to ask questions of the analysts and other Apple knowledgeable guests on these Zoom calls is well worth the nominal cost. Frankly, anyone who has an investment in Apple cannot afford not to become a paid subscriber. This site offers countless other snippets of interesting investing information not available elsewhere.
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