Guy from Synovus told the Fast Money morons they "spend a lot of time ditching Apple". Melissa got very defensive, but he stood his ground. There are plenty of real pros (not like the FM entertainers) who are positive on AAPL - fortunately they are the ones who have the money.
CNBC has been telling you to sell Apple for months. You would have made tons of cash if you follow them. But NO. You got to show you are smarter. You got to show them you are the Boss. So you fight fight fight and watch you stock drop drop drop.
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Why not blame Cook and apple that let CNBC and others talk on their behalf?
The longer it takes apple to comment positively, the more their stock, image and products will continue to suffer humiliation.
Regardless of billions in bank account, fund managers are our to make money not to baby sit apple cash.
You are absolutely correct. When the CEO and the BOD care so little about the investors that they ignore all comments and theories (whether right or wrong), then the markets will always assume the worst. The BOD and CEO could care less about their shareholders.
CNBC cherry-picks a guest that they know will respond a certain way.
Did you see the choreographed response to the guest's claims of CNBC "ditching" AAPL? Both Melissa and Wendy hoisted up their white iPhones in the air saying "no, we've got nothing against Apple. See? We've got iPhones", as that makes it all OK.
The guy who choreographed this charade sits in a back room somewhere. He is in his 50's, 5' 5" tall, a pattern bald-headed, stogie-chompin', 20 year old burlap fiber suit wearing, eye-shade sportin', h.eeb, wearing coke bottle eyeglasses.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Fanboys are so ridiculous that they don't understand that CNBC is a "24/7 Infomercial for AAPL" the oriental moderators, Cramer and on down the line are AAPL pumpers.
Bad news is that their "pumps" are going to get AAPL to sell over 48 million phones like they did last quarter.
AAPL is in a world of hurt and BBRY and S4 will not make it any better soon......