By Philip Elmer-DeWitt
January 21, 2010
January 21, 2010

Piper Jaffray’s chief Apple analyst talks — at length — to The Business Insider

For those who can’t get enough of Gene Munster’s Apple AAPL prognostications, here’s a treat: 22 minutes of nearly unadulterated video courtesy of The Business Insider‘s Henry Blodget and Dan Frommer.

The videos, taped during a visit to the site’s Manhattan offices late last week, were posted in three parts (with one more to come):

  • A Blodget interview in which Munster explains why he thinks Apple’s market share has nowhere to go but up and why the stock could go to $1,000 a share.
  • A Frommer interview in which Munster lays out the reasons he believes Apple is doing “everything in its power” to get an iPhone on Verizon’s VZ network before the end of September.
  • A second Frommer interview, posted Thursday, in which Munster shares what he knows about the forthcoming Apple tablet and why he thinks this device may succeed where others have failed.

Let’s go to the videos:

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The Business Insider is an umbrella brand that covers the merged efforts of Silicon Alley Insider, Clusterstock and several other contributing sites. It’s been a busy place lately, churning out as many as three dozen posts a day. According to Wikipedia, it gets roughly 2.5 million monthly unique visitors and 20 million page views.

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