Yeah. I've been defending Tim, but he made two huge mistakes that caused me to lose faith.
1. The iPhone 5 was a huge disappointment in terms of innovation. The market reaction was brutal. He had a year to produce a truly innovative phone (or at least one with a big screen) but instead he stuck to the safe route of releasing a slight variant S model.
2. China event being a taped replay with no CM deal announced. What a misstep
Tim, I was willing to believe and give you the benefit of the doubt, but you have proven yourself not worthy. Also, pretty disappointing that every single detail of the S & C releases were known ahead of time. This would not have happened under Steve.
I feel sorry for your neighbors and family.
Ironically, the more exclamation marks you use the less serious people will take you.
No, you were flagged for posting lies in an effort to affect the price of a publicly traded security. Be happy that's all that happened to you.
Did this make sense in your head as you were typing it out?
Oh, I get it. Because you had zero shares this is a logically true statement.
All your shares = 0
You sold 0 shares at the days high.
So, what, the other 6th graders have grown tired of this trick, so you're trying it out here now? Scram.
How hard is it to correctly type a sequence of 4 characters and space?
Oh, not hard at all. OK.
No, it was actually priced in last November in the 580s, when it didn't happen at that time the shares took a hit, it was one of the factors starting the bear market in APPL.
In a market ruled by herd mentality the sheep make money while the cynics scoff and lose their shirts. I was you on the way down to 385. I regret fighting momentum. You will too.
If you believe that the future is available to see for anyone with access to a spreadsheet you must be frequently disappointed with how messy reality really is.