He is such a manipulator
that had a lot to do with the market tanking in the early going also causing AAPL to go down with it.
My point is, be careful whenever cnbc comes out and says something. They will do anything to get their ratings up, such as bashing AAPL whether it be aggressively or subtly like Cramer did today. Dom Choo said earlier today that Iranian forces had taken over a US cargo ship. He was looking smug, like he was the first one to announce this breaking news, even citing that oil prices had shot up 2/3% due to this news. But now he goes back on the air and says that there is no such news.
She keeps mentioning to her guests that the Ipad numbers are disappointing and that good news is baked in. She is getting as annoying as the rest of them.
and now he agrees with Guy Adami that it will probably test it's 52 week lows
They all have their secret agendas. I don't trust any of them. Notice how they bring on investors who are short
NFLX. Melisa Lee enjoys that
That Dan Nathan or whatever his name is, was trashing MU saying something about a 10% pullback. Probably lining up his pockets. I really don't trust this guy.
You missed my point. I realize that the stronger dollar hurt but her facts are wrong. Most of Nike's sales are in the US, not overseas. So the dollar does not have as much an impact as she wants you to believe.
She says that impacted nike's sales because of the stronger dollar. The majority of Nike's sales are in the US. I'm sure she knows that. But CNBC has an agenda to trash Nike for some reason. She should be held accountable for outright lying.
this should be illegal