Apple's share price might be (short term) depressed over Jobs' illness, but long term you and I both know that Cook can run that company just fine. Jobs is a figurehead, and Cook's been doing the long hard days holding it all together for quite some time.
Apple will continue to do exactly what Apple does now, though quite possibly with fewer "social faux pas" moments in the press related to the CEO and fewer seemingly erratic and hypocritical business decisions. I suspect that if anything, Apple under Cook will go places that Apple under Jobs never could.
If I had any money, I’d be buying now.
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