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  • chiamyonkel chiamyonkel Feb 6, 2013 10:18 PM Flag

    I really thought Apple was going to lift off this time. After hearing the following I have changed my mind.

    1. Vanity Fair article of Apple going to 200. That is the lowest CNBC has sunk.
    2. Doug Kass's argument against Apple. He seems to be right so far. It dropped 80 points after he slammed Apple and he slammed it again today at these prices.
    3. Stock won't go up.
    4. Apple did miss the last 3 of 4 earnings.
    5. The street is littered with former phone companies that were up then down... palm, Rimm, and tech companies that were higher HP Dell etc.
    6. Apple is not moving fast enough to address the markets needs. The next iphone will be pretty much the same. No cheaper, bigger or better phones.
    7. No innovation coming and the itv is not going to work in my opinion even if it did ever come out by 2025.
    8. So much negative noise that is great influencing everyone.
    9. Apple held to a different standard with so many haters
    10. If it can be so confusing to have the earnings and cash that Apple and be at the p/e level then insanity could put Apple at any price. Apple was the worst performing stock in the S&P of recent and the worst should not be owned.
    11. Big funds are still loaded with Apple and they could sell this thing to 200 easily and that is what the Vanity Fair analyst meant.
    Big funds are dumping everyday and that will not stop unless there is some turnaround. And as the stock goes up, they will be getting out putting a ceiling on the stock.
    12. 5 months of selling is too much for anyone to endure. Emotionally it can destroy you. It destroyed Nick Nansen..
    13. Most Apple analysts are delusional. Gene Munster is. You don't even hear from him. And Brian White is from Mars. Apple will never be at 1111 or 888. He will soon have a target price of 222.
    14. Tim Cook is really alousy CEO and even if Jobs was alive, the company would be in trouble. This is because Jobs would have no new product that Tim Cook would have. They would have to change for the times. And they wouldnt and their stock would suffer anyway.

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