Tried to warn my POOR sweet amateur APPLE, Dow, and Nasdaq BASHER LOSERS and BASHER RETARDOS, again:
Girls, I especially draw your attention to the gold/silver PUMP SCAMMER who goes under multiple yahoo IDs, including "gold silver lover, " gold is money," gold yukon,' "gold standard," "gold champ," etc. etc. The weasel is a notorious WRONG WAY PUMP SHILL for the WORTHLESS golds/silvers, all of which FAILED completely as "flight to safety" during financial storms, and his primary aim is to SUCKER amateur FOOLS into buying gazillions of WORTHLESS CALL options in gold/silver doggies.....and, of course, the same weasel is a WRONG WAY Apple, Dow, and Nasdaq BASH SHILL, forever attempting to SCAM amateur DUPES into buying gazillions of ultimately WORTHLESS PUTS in Apple, Dow, and Nasdaq favorites.
Girls, as I proved in the past, 75% of the WRONG WAY BASH MESSAGES on the Apple message board can be traced to this WRONG WAY Apple, Dow, and Nasdaq BASHER....try not to be SCAMMED, again!!!
Time to start dusting off your long apple fake trades. You'll be posting a lot of fake trades next week. Will be fun for you in Fantasy Land.
That's why I'm very afraid to try and "Day-Trade" this bioaauch!,, But I think it's going to take one last dive down from here and I'll buy it back as fast as I can before the close today.
They're all at the CASINO known as Wall Street taking your money -- dealers see all the "holdings bets" (hands) and can manipulate the odds in their favor through algorithms in nanoseconds. "60 Minutes" did a huge expose on this -- look it up. Hope that answers your questions and why you should not invest with these thieves. Markets are unregulated.
A lot of us will probably be left behind, but I still have to take the chance on selling it here and buying it back at or below $108.80. Just have to do it... wish me luck folks!
Also, MSFT growth story was over a long time ago. Yet over the past 10 years including the various market crashes they have grown 65% and that is not counting all of their dividends. Apple is still growing a ton, and will continue to do so for a while. When they reach full potential they will be pulling in tons of money and paying dividends. The current level is just stupid.
Analyst Katy Huberty and her team see three main core drivers for iPhone growth, unique to this product cycle. First, penetration of the 6 series in the installed base is still rather low—combined with discounted iPhone 6/6+ prices when the new models debut, this should propel accelerating upgrades. Secondly, wireless carriers are still transitioning to installment plans and offering new leasing opportunities, which will help iPhone sales because they lower upfront fees. Thirdly, she writes that, despite recent worries about the Chinese economy, iPhone demand in that country is still strong, helped by the growing middle class who use a smartphone as the primary conduit to the internet.
More detail on each of her points:
Apple is less than 1⁄3 through the upgrade cycle. Only 27% of the 82% of US consumers who planned to upgrade to the larger screen iPhone have done so to-date, and our 3% FY16 iPhone unit growth assumes continued upgrades with slowing new user additions.
Installment / leasing plans allow Apple to be more price competitive against other smartphones like Samsung Galaxy, despite higher retail value. As of June 2015, the Big 4 carriers in the US have largely removed the option to sign up for a traditional subsidy plan that required upfront payments from consumers. Additionally, we see carriers like Sprint and AT&T moving to leasing plans whereby iPhone’s higher residual value can reduce the monthly fee to levels similar to (or even below) smartphones with lower retail prices. Our AlphaWise tracker indicates that Apple iPhones on average retain 8% more of the original value compared to Samsung Galaxy devices. As a result, Sprint recently launched a leasing program for the iPhone 6 with a monthly cost below Samsung Galaxy S6. With nearly half of Big 4 postpaid subscribers now off the traditional subsidy model and take rates for installment/leasing plans trending higher, we expect a tailwind to iPhone unit growth from the permanent shift in wireless plans
So you don't have any...I get it.
China's economy was struggling last quarter and Apple still great sales there by 112% and their iPhone sales grew by 58%. During the US down turn in 2008 Apple kept growing by 100% at certain points, and never grew by less than 70% despite all the US economic problems. I am looking to the future. The future is that China has only 1/5 of their cell phone users on LTE and Apple is going to dominate that market, just like they have here.