Tue, Sep 30, 2014, 8:50 PM EDT - U.S. Markets closed


% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Apple Inc. Message Board

aiwal1 204 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Jul 10, 2003
SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Highest Rated Expand all messages
  • Apple Stock likely to BREAK-OUT over former $700 all-time high, this Sept./Oct. on strength of increased sales and iPHONE6. Adj. for split, that's over $100 a share. Have bit of Patience, see past this coming summer eventual correction at some point in stocks. Once AAPL finally BREAKS OUT PAST $700 (past $100 split adjusted) it will soon go up another 5% min. to $105 or 10% more to $110 by year-end, stomach guess.

  • Reply to

    WHERE's SHEEP-HUMPER? Remember me?

    by aiwal1 Jul 13, 2014 1:06 PM
    aiwal1 aiwal1 Jul 13, 2014 6:21 PM Flag

    Overall in stocks I'm even higher, I also added, since PEAK Apple values start of Sept. 2012. Fact that I'm back near where Apple formerly Peaked (remember $700 a share, a bit more intraday, would be bit over $100 a share adjust for split), is quite good, because I bought most of it a lot lower, some even under $250 a share (under $35 adj. for 7:1 split). My point is I had faith in the company and its paid off. The stock's back near its former peaks. If we compute my gains from Average AAPL price in 2012, gains would be up more. I'm going to wait until at least AFTER iPHONE6 Intro. this Fall and also some other likely major new product, for AAPL stock to go up at least another 10%. I'm not hopeful for big price rise in Apple this summer, as the overall Stock Market (my gut feel) is over-extended now. But Apple (gut feel) has more to run when it soon reports more sales increases July 22, and then Sept. / Oct. has new product intros.

  • Maybe Cramer and others remember tons of my posts in 2012 and even till Fall of 2013, I kept writing that CNBC was being overly manipulative and negative about AAPL. I read tons of Sheep-Skinner's bombastic remarks calling Apple Longs all kinds of names, to try and scare them out of their stock. But I'd ignored and not posted on this stock board in about 9 months. I JUST HELD MY APPLE LONG BIG POSITION. Guess what, I'm back to where I was in early Sept. 2012, before Apple began its long slide... in fact I'm even higher. Point is I had faith in Apple as a company, and knew that CNBC's constant focus on increasing market share of profitless poor 3rd World markets Android phones often given away that make $0, was not Apple's Market. Not only does the phone maker not make money on $100 and $200 smartphones, but why would any advertiser want to pay GOOGLE for ads to such worthless low-income eyeballs? We're not talking Low Income as in Attny Genl. Holder and Obama's welfare voter-base, as Welfare Women in USA are given $50,000 and more from the Gub'ment (how they pronounce it). Low Income in India or Guatamala or parts of China may be $10 a day income and under. these people are not worth squat to any advertiser. CONGRATS TO TAMERMOUS and BIG-LEFT-HOOK FOR HOLDING APPLE STOCK. HOLD IT MORE, IT WILL BE 15% HIGHER BY YEAR-END

  • aiwal1 aiwal1 Jul 13, 2014 12:49 PM Flag

    good point you're making. But the difference in a Smartphone that works better (easier to learn and use) that is less prone to Viruses than Android (90% of all mobile viruses attack Android) and the phone is also less prone to break (Apple phones are far more reliable than average Android phone), adds up to a lot more gain and advantage to an Apple user, than does designer brand stuff vs. regular clothes or Mercedes vs. Buick, and for only $200 to $400 more. Think about it, for $200 to $400 more, or $100 more a year, anyone who'd not low income, saves a lot of time by having a better working, more reliable Apple Smartphone, also less prone to viruses than Android. Its well worth it to all but the world's poor.

100.75+0.64(+0.64%)Sep 30 4:15 PMEDT

Trending Tickers

Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.