too worried about the competition...that is the best he could come up with
You have been doing a lot of reading but you need to learn to read between the lines. Also, you have the interest rate thing all wrong. Traditional moves in interest rates are dictated by inflation and a strong economy. This move will be dictated by the supply and demand of credit. The US is maxing out on their credit and rates will go higher...you can believe that or not...it's an economic fact
you can argue that point, but in a slowing economy, where higher rates are on the horizon and maxed out government and consumer, the valuation here is ridiculous
there will be buying support around the $100 level, but once that winds up, selling will resume. You really dont think Carl is sitting and watching Apple fall 30 points, do you?
A positive in Barron usually triggers a sell off...Based on that alone, AAPL is going down again this week
going a lot higher in the coming months
No Debt, low market cap...multi bagger in the making
results due in Jan. Winning!