By Matt Birchler
I've been writing here since 2010! Back when personal blogs were all the rage. Kids, ask your parents.

Selling the Apple Watch Short

How Fitbit Kept The Wearables Crown - ReadWrite

When the Apple Watch was first announced, we expected it would cut into the fitness-tracking market. Instead, the Apple Watch has mostly hurt other smartwatch makers, like Samsung, which fell out of the top five this quarter.

TomTom stock continued to skyrocket for 6 months after the iPhone came out. At the end of 2007 their stock was worth $51.50 per share. 12 months later it was worth $5.20. The iPhone destroyed its entire market. I've got money on the Apple Watch doing the same to dedicated fitness trackers too.

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