Does a Twitter a Day Mean Apple Will Pay?

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With the Holiday Season upon us, speculation regarding tech gift sales are at an all time high. With that in mind, the odds specialists at the largest most successful sportsbook on the web, posted odds on what is in store for Apple in 2010 including angles on a potential Twitter buy-out, Steve Jobs' role and much more.

"We always see a lot of action on holiday sales around this time of year," stated spokesman Reed Richards. "And interestingly enough, the trend has been that people like to bet on Apple. In an effort to quench the public's thirst for insight into the company, we had our oddsmakers craft some great predictions."

Analysts at posted the following odds on Apple:

Odds Apple will buy Twitter in 2010

Yes  4/1

No  1/7

Odds Apple stock will drop in 2010

Yes  5/6

No  5/6

Odds of Steve Jobs stepping down as CEO in 2010

Yes  5/6

No  5/6

Sports and Newsworthy odds can be found at: BETUS.COM - be sure to mention bonus code:  GAMBLING911 

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