5 threads and 8 posts in response to 1 simple post. ROFLMAO
Keep up those self affirmations dippy .
The truth about you is very visible when you brag about a 560 dollar trade as if you had just broken into Fort Knox. Add to that your lake of understanding about the numbers and scale involved in having wealth and it is pretty obvious where you stand.
Getting so excited about 560 dollars makes it very hard for anyone to believe that you would be able to keep it together when a trade is down over 13,000 dollars in just a few weeks. Then it might be easier to handle if the trade was made with monopoly money. whatta putz
Looks like dippy didn't look at AAPL today. That girl cracks me up. Her panties are all in a wad and she makes her life every day about me.
I'll have AAPL shares for years while she trolls and trolls from her mortgaged dump.
You definitely are not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
The nasdaq market was up 1.6% today and AAPL was up 1.57%.
So you are all excited about the stock under performing the market on an up day?
You bought aaple after it had run up over 32% in 5 months and are still 6 dollars below your purchase price.
The company will continue to buy in stock but will not expand the buyback because their hoard of cash is trapped over seas and they would have to either borrow more than is prudent or pay taxes on cash sitting over seas before expanding the stock buyback. If the new products do well then yhe top line sales could expand 6 to 8%, but profit will be flat as the margins have contracted in the last year.
The big hope for apple fans is that people will buy in based on the media covering the newest product launch or the media from the spring announcement which is starting to look like it will be Apple TV.
Here is your chance to attack again. I just bought 20,000 shares averaging out to 1.18 at the end of the day today.It looks as though I might have been the person holding the stock up at the end of the day. I am nowhere near as confident as I was with the .90 buy last year, but am willing to see if people buy in based on a possible paper profit because of a change in option values