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  • israelmichel@ymail.com israelmichel Oct 9, 2012 4:28 AM Flag

    Someone should investigate CNBC hate for AAPL

    Their continue bashing continue trashing AAPL.This is being done on daily basis.
    Someone should take notice on their obsession to heart AAPL.Yesterday was the perfect example for their hate.They bring in the same guy again and again to say the same b****s that AAPL is not AAPL without Steve. We already know that Steve is gone but AAPL proved to do fine.This guy continue with his b***s halo they let him do all the talk and the other guy that was in to defend AAPL barely talked.They had to bring the camera thogh most don't see that and take something that already being talked 2 weeks ago.It doesn't take a professional to see that the picture is not at the same angle.The iPhone 5 is still an epic launch yet it doesn't please CNBC.The map trashing thogh 100M downloaded the iOS6 with the map.Yes there are some truoble but the turn by turn is the best thing ever seen in maps.AAPL already seen improvments in the maps yet no word on CNBC. There is something wrong there Cramer that was made a complete joke last time he called AAPL to 560$ with his freind charts failed and AAPL went to 700$ he couldn't stand the insult so out of the blue he again said like he did after Steve died that AAPL is not the same w/o Steve.
    How can someone say Goog is a better incestment with lower growth with missing the rev targets last Q and with PE of 25. Goog rev are met by AAPL 5 years ago yet for some Goog is better.
    CNBC should put their effort to explain why AMZN run a 350 PE and the street is OK with it. Not a word if their obsession was the same as it was for AAPL AMZN would have been trading at 10$.
    After their pathetic conversation yesterday the stock dropped 5$ and than they had to bring the chart bear to pound AAPL more.We already seen the charts of AAPL all day why bring the guy to trash, ML is worse than Erin and her attitude to AAPL is annoying.Always she throws something to trash AAPL.
    Why now after 2 weeks they bring a questionable photo. some say it also fabricated read Incestment Value.
    No way mashable picture was taken fro mthe same angle.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      Got it now???

 
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