Still around? Wow. You must think no one remembers your silly banter the last 2 years. Don't waste your time. No one believes you. We all have way too much money to care about your nonsense.
That's the most sophomoric post I've seen in a long time, and on a board of inane comments no less. You get the featherhead award.
Well of course this has little bearing on AAPL which rarely moves with the market but in general the confluence of new highs on all 3 indices along with penetrating the Nasdaq 5K psychological hurdle gives me reason for pause. No good thing is expected to end when it does. I don't pretend to know what's going to happen but I can see being a little conservative here for a bit. If the market is looking for a reason to settle a bit, this could provide the vehicle.
I got slammed for calling it an iWatch 10 minutes after it was announced as the Apple Watch. Like you, I don't care what you call it. I'll buy one but really I'm just interested in how it will move the stock.
I will buy an iWatch but not the expensive one. I just want the functionality. Also I will buy the iPhone 6 about the same time. I love my i5S but I want NFC for ApplePay. So I'll jump in earlier than I planned with the new phones for my wife and myself. But I don't need a gold-platted wearable. It merely has to be durable.
Well I love Apple products like I love Mercedes. But not everyone can afford them. For those who can, we do. For those who can't, there's Samsung and Kia. That doesn't make them bad. They're just living within their means.
I wouldn't worry too much. The numbers and direction are clear. As far as the (now broke) bashers are concerned, you can't reason with stupid. So don't try. GL
Well I have a small position here. I trade it regularly and bought it today because I agree it should recover. I merely am pointing out that it's a foolish long or even mid term hold. And if the S&P Natural Gas GCSI ER vacillates for several weeks, UGAZ will be $2/share. I bought believing, like you, that won't happen. But UGAZ can not recover the same proportionality in the gain that it loses in the drop of the underlying. It's not silly. It's just the math. Good luck.
Well we miss Jobs, of course. But the company has returned great values to the stakeholders and made more money under Tim Cook that Steve ever dreamed of. For me the products are tools. It's true I am rich and maybe that distorts my view. But value is value, however it's obtained. There are a lot of other brilliant inventors who are still living and their influences wax and wane. It all comes down to value. And by the way, ironically, I don't own any AAPL. I just trade it. In fact I don't hold any stock. I just trade. I don't qualify for the buy and hold team award.
I agree but it is a wasting asset by design, like the VXX or FAZ/FAS. We need to be careful and keep recalibrating the true value. Good luck.
Well I have an iPhone. I bought it because I thought it was the best. But the more important part is that like so many, many iSmart investors, I can afford to buy what I like with the incredible wealth AAPL has afforded me. This board isn't about Apple products nor about how very stupidly you may treat them. It's about AAPL stock and how very smartly it has treated us.
You should have kept the phone and sold it. You would have made 2 people happier: you and the buyer.
I'm never long long (no pun intended). As you know I move bigger volume for quick moves. I don't know which way AAPL is moving. I tend to think you're right. Stanky is reflection your projections. For me, I don't need to know what's a week or 2 away. I just trade by the numbers. So if we're moving down, I'll be watching...