Your stock doesn't know what price you bought it at. You should only look at a stock and see if that is your best opportunity TODAY. The stock I made the most money in my lifetime was hammered down from $9 to $3 (where I originally bought it) down to .05! I bought more all the way down because I believed in the company and the product. It trades at $3.70 today, and the 10,000 shares I bought at .06, .10, .13, etc are looking pretty darn good right now. The lower they push the bigger the potential return IF THE COMPANY DOESN'T BK. With risk sometimes comes great reward.
I am staying in PAL and will buy more after we learn of financing plans, not because it is without risk, but BECAUSE it has great risk. I suspect the stock will go lower than this, though, first.
To summarize, They project someone will actually BUY A WINDOWS TABLET this quarter, therefor the Windows share of tablet sales will be up dramatically.
Did you include a 5% reduction in float due to stock buy backs?
Sorry, I would buy back the naked calls. I have followed AAPL for years. I rarely buy options, but when I do my record is very good. I am long Jan calls right now. There are too many catalysts for AAPL at the moment. I think the next 9 months will see a huge rise for AAPL and I will be betting big.
I have rarely timed the bottom, yet I have seen returns of 20% annually every year except 2008 for 15 years now.
It is a drop in my investment bucket. I think this one has a chance to be SIRI part deaux if they can make it through the next year. Time will tell. Not selling, but not buying either. Why sell at a
They can only push it down like this for about 15 more trading days. Also, seems like I am losing less money now because there isn't much left! I will hold this to bk or turnaround at this point, not much reason to sell.
They have announced they will be going 64 bit and gold tone. Larger screen phone may be in the works, they will need to make sure Apple does it first, to make sure it is 'cool'.
My biggest winner started as my biggest loser. Sirius XM I bought initially at $3. Then more at $1. Then I baked up the truck between .06 and .15. Made enough to but a house.
Used to look forward to your posts, somewhere along the way you went from objective (somewhat) to malignant. Must be short from way back, huh? Don't respond because I wont see it.
Goldman gets short prior to earnings, flood the market with sell orders post earnings, downgrades at the 50 DMA to break the chart. Small guy gets trampled again. Goldman gets richer.