Your language is the mirror of yourself. Being rude do not bring you profit. Unlike you, intelligent investors spend time on analyzing financial statements and market news instead of typing rude words insulting people.
Samsung was eager to provide the first smart watch to the market, but its smart watch is ignored due to lacking of innovation. True innovation takes time. AAPL has the ability to provide innovative products. The one who laughs the last laughs the best. Long term investors need to be patient.
When everyone is following the sell off. I buy.
Hold on your shares.
The price movement of AAPL will be dramatic because current price is a gift, considering all the upside potentials ahead of the year.
AAPL's best buying opportunity. I believe it is AAPL's best timing of share repurchasing and financial institutions chance of stealing shares.
When Warren Buffet disclosed he bought BAC, the BAC's stock price decreased more than 20% in the later months. The media asked him if he regretted about his decision. He was calm and patient, and held on his shares. At the end of 2013, Buffet is very pleased with stock performance of BAC. What I learn from this is, if you have done your homework and think the stock is undervalued, hold on it and be patient. You will be rewarded.
The China Mobil deal effect has not fully reflected. Don't underestimate the Chinese purchasing power. You will be surprised by the AAPL's sales in China by 2015.
If you ask people what kind of smart phone they desire regardless of price, most of them reply, "APPLE". AAPL's brand is still appealing with quality and stylish tastes. With the China Mobil deal and new innovative products working in progress, there are good potentials in the coming years. I think the current pull back is a buying opportunity.
That is how Wall Street makes money. It bets against the majority and manipulates price with estimates. Then, financial institutions will pick the news favorable for AAPL to pump up the price when they establish additional positions through bottom fishing.
Hold and be patient. You will be surprised with good reward by 2015.
Depending on the Chinese market as well as the pace of innovation, I believe AAPL will rise to 700 by 2015, or sooner.
AAPL's turning around point has just started, and it has much potentials to be better in year 2014. The after-market price dropping seems like the tactic of stealing shares. I would hold on my shares.
AAPL needs time and resource to be innovative. Long-term investors will be rewarded with patience.
CEO's job is to keep the company profitable. Wall Street always tries to manipulate stock prices to its benefit, regardless of who is the CEO. I don't think it is fair to blame Tim Cook for the stock price movements.
Technically, it is at the pivot point. There is more uptrend than downtrend for ROSE going forward.
Since iPhone 5s grows faster than iPhone 5c, profit margin should be OK. Overall, I think AAPL's sales and profit will increase. Will AAPL meet estimations? That depends on how the financial institutions play with it since they can manipulate prices with raising/lowering estimates.