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  • monkey449 monkey449 Apr 22, 2013 8:01 AM Flag

    Just listening to these people talk about the company is making me laugh

    Words like failing, dying, etc... We are 3 months removed from the most profitable quarter ever and data showing they are showing strength against the competition in a rapidly expanding market and the "analysts" are trying to sell us that the company is failing or turning in HP or RIMM. AAPL killed those companies. You couldn't make this stuff up.

    I think they come in above their estimate range but as usual guide low and the stock starts to wildly swing after Tuesday. I can't see how the math adds up that they miss their range. Who else is taking smartphone profits? The data shows no one. People haven't gone back to dumb phones.

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    • Yes, this MB is one of the worst. The most talk with no knowledge and no facts concerning the company. All they care about is their 50 shares they are trying to trade.

    • Barclays is calling $340 bottom tomorrow. 3 months ago no one would have said that either.

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      • I couldn't care less what the price targets are. I don't invest based on these lemming analysts comments. They have shown time after time to not understand simple arithmetic. Just like the ridiculous price targets on NFLX popping up now. Not based in reality or real math. Apple is still number one by a mile in smartphone and tablet profits and any "slowing" in market share is small meaning profits will still continue to grow as those market grow. Profits still mater don't they? Or are we all supposed to invest on hope and prayers.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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