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  • mikeylucky7 mikeylucky7 May 8, 2013 11:41 PM Flag

    Its funny listening to longs trying to convince people not to sell!!!

    LOL!!! There is no reason to hold aapl now that buyback and dividend are done. AAPL has done nothing to sustain the too fast too high run!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • you go head and sell mother fooouker. It has series of product launches a head. Other than that it has already crossed the 100 DMA. So, go and foouk yourself,

    • That sure explains it. Every post is a new post. There aren't any others right? Every post is a new duck post. Mike the duck.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Mister P You seem forget that Mike Unlucky bird-brain has antisocial personality disorder. He doesn't remember what he's posting from day to day. Just like you said, he wakes up and a whole new world. With ASPD He's never wrong. They always have excuses why everyone else is wrong but they never are. If it wasn't so sad it would be funny.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Mikey is like a duck in a pond. He wakes in a whole new world everyday. LMFAO.....He forgets he told longs to sell at 390-400-410-420-430-440-450 and now 460. What a moron. Longs rake in some 20 Billion in the last three weeks and he's still quacking.........

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Well said Mikey!!! I truly believe aapl is dropping a lot the next couple weeks. I think $420 will be around the corner from there I could see it going lower because there is nothing different and I see it taking years to fix all their problems!

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Japan is buying AAPL right & left.

      • 1 Reply to takeiteasyu2
      • they be top of the apple bid here takeiteasyu2 everyday since the fourth.

        On April 4th, the new Bank of Japan president Haruhiko Kuroda outdid the U.S. by launching the most aggressive quantitative easing program the modern world has ever seen. In an overt effort to combat deflation, Kuroda pledged to double the amount of Yen in circulation with the goal of raising Japan's rate of inflation to 2%.

        Kuroda made a point of emphasizing that he wouldn't hesitate to expand the program if the inflation target wasn't met.

        Not at all coincidentally the policy jump-started an already robust rally in Japanese stocks. The Nikkei 225 (^N225) now stands at levels not seen since 2008. U.S. investors long Japan via the iShares MSCI Japan Index ETF (EWJ) have seen shares rise more than 20% year-to-date and more than 12% since Kuroda unveiled his scheme.

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