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  • michalisrael157 michalisrael157 Feb 7, 2013 3:55 AM Flag

    Look how cnbc changed their language now they say AAPL skeptics AAPL may go to 200$

    That headline wasn't there a few hours ago they said something like AAPL to 200$? Also that lady didn't say yes didn't say much of anything just pile of letters she said that IF AAPL will start to burn their cash than maybe but for now to the hate women the answer is NO.
    I feel that CNBC starting to feel scared they went to far why didn't the no jurnalist invited as a balance Mr.Miller or Mr.Shop that claimed AAPL is the most undervalued stock out there Why ? I think they could have done the effort to get one of them but AAPL hater diidn't bother she brought a lady that she claims that predicted Enron did she made any connection did she bothered saying AAPL is no Enron No she didn't. What was her track record since did anyone try to explain why is this genious writing at a magzine that right about gossips trash if she is so good why is she writing at a worthless magazine? Did the AAPL hater yesterday bothered to mention Mr.Miller remarks or GS remarks? quick to show them on air.
    Is this trash magazine analyst ever predicted something meaningful since the Enron? Like Rubini once he said something right since nothing that he said was even close now no one cares what he says.This lady is no better than some suitsayers or cristal ball readers they understand and no nothing

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Hold on a minute here. She is not a "lady". Rather, she is an attention starved - has been w(b)itch.
      Things are not well there, and probably not down below either even after a slow to come wax job.
      Really, how could anyone pay any attention to such idiocy. Oops, that's right, it's cnbc.

    • jondow69@ymail.com jondow69 Feb 7, 2013 5:34 AM Flag

      hey CNBC, the most corrupt station on TV, market manipulators, and its legal, how can you prove it? they should be idicted under the ricco law, but again white collar crime is tough to prove! was iy manipulation or a opinion? why rob banks? work for cnbc!jmo

 
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