Stock Market Game 1 Content
The students have been given imaginary money just by enrolling in the class. Each student has $100,000 of McHolt Dollars to invest in Apple Students will have to perform analysis on the stock purchased and prepare a 2-3 page write-up about the stock and analysis (the 2-3 pages does NOT include the computation section).
You will be using Apple as you stock pick of choice but you pick your purchase date within 2011- 2012.
Purchase Date: June 1, 2011
The grading will be done in two areas:
Narrative Discussion 75% of grade - and I list out below exactly what I want in the narrative part.
Computations 25% of grade
I need to know the following for the Narrative Discussion:
Date of purchase: June 1, 2011
How many shares were purchased: 389 Shares (345.51 per Share 6/1/11) ($445.31 2/27/13)
Did you have a profit or lose for the duration of this class: Profit
Did anything significant happen during to the company or industry recently (if so what and what effect do you think it had on the stock) Apple has officially confirmed the dates for the 2011 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), and WWDC 2011 will take place from the 6th of June 2011 to the 10th of June 2011 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Apple are expected to unveil a range of things at this years WWDC which include the new iPhone 5, but it looks like we will also see some exciting stuff for Apple’s iOS and also Mac OS X. “At this year’s conference we are going to unveil the future of iOS and Mac OS,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “If you are an iOS or Mac OS X software developer, this is the event that you do not want to miss.” We are expecting Apple to unveil the new iPhone 5 at WWDC 2011, as they have done in previous years. We also heard earlier today that we may not see iOS 5.0 be released until the fall of 2011, if this is the case we think Apple will definitely show off iOS 5.0 at this years WWDC. Apple Introduces iCloud
Free Cloud Services Beyond Anything Offered to Date
SAN FRANCISCO—June 6, 2011—Apple® today introduced iCloud®, a breakthrough set of free new cloud services that work seamlessly with applications on your iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, Mac® or PC to automatically and wirelessly store your content in iCloud and automatically and wirelessly push it to all your devices. When anything changes on one of your devices, all of your devices are wirelessly updated almost instantly. “Today it is a real hassle and very frustrating to keep all your information and content up-to-date across all your devices,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iCloud keeps your important information and content up to date across all your devices. All of this happens automatically and wirelessly, and because it’s integrated into our apps you don’t even need to think about it—it all just works.” The free iCloud services include:
The former MobileMe® services—Contacts, Calendar and Mail—all completely re-architected and rewritten to work seamlessly with iCloud. Users can share calendars with friends and family, and the ad-free push Mail account is hosted at me.com. Your inbox and mailboxes are kept up-to-date across all your iOS devices and computers.
The App Store™ and iBookstore℠ now download purchased iOS apps and books to all your devices, not just the device they were purchased on. In addition, the App Store and iBookstore now let you see your purchase history, and simply tapping the iCloud icon will download any apps and books to any iOS device (up to 10 devices) at no additional cost.
iCloud Backup automatically and securely backs up your iOS devices to iCloud daily over Wi-Fi when you charge your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Backed up content includes...
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