I think it will make a very significant jump next week, and hit 70+ by Thanksgiving. I just see no reason why this could not continue moving upward steadily short of a major terrorist attack. Probably most of the profit taking happened on Friday.
Look into NXPI --- they supply APPLE --- make some money on them then parlay the profits over to APPLE stock
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I've also seen this stock up when the rest of the market is down. Just calm down people! You'll see $70 and beyond very soon.
Why are YOU such a MORON. I just loaded up on a bunch of this stock yesterday at $66 and I'm not the slightest bit worried. Watch it climb up over $70 by next week. Anyone not in long on this stock and holding on for dear life doesn't know a good company if it ran over them in the light of day. NXPI has been, and will continue to, make a steady climb upward. Yes, of course it will have down days. Hang in there...unless, of course, you're a MORON.
Are you being sarcastic...or are you just plain clueless? "Apple's poor phone sales"? Really?!?!? Hahaha
This is a momentary lapse that I'd bet will be short lived and this stock will reach new highs if not by months end than surely by years end. This is NOT a time to panic. If anything, it's probably a buying opportunity that will reap great rewards. My gut is saying "Ride this out and you'll be glad you did".
The PROOF is in the PUDDING. Show me the money....show me the volume (154,000 today...WOW...impressive!)...show me the balance sheet that isn't overweighted in SPENDING not profits....show me any excitement at all about this stock. You can't, because it's virtually non-existent. Nothing they have done or said has moved this stock price more than a dime for years now. Sorry, but that is the cold hard reality. I will gladly eat crow if this stinker can even manage .40 cents by Xmas.
Dude, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this one out --- the PROOF, as they say, is in the PUDDING...or in THIS case I guess it's in the coffee. Bottomline: This company, whether or not they have experienced growth, has not really shown ANY significant profits that has initiated any real interest in the stock whatsoever. None of the bogus hype and droning on and on ad nauseam at the quarterly report meetings has changed that one iota. Ad I said before, someone is likely making a nice profit off of this sham, but it isn't the stockholders. Look, the day I see this dreary stock muster it's way up over 50 cents or, hell, even 40 cents, and hold for more than 5 minutes maybe -- just MAYBE -- I might give it another look. However, no invisible hype-artist hiding behind a keyboard at his/her computer is going to convince me of anything when I can see for my own eyes -- based on the numbers and clear results -- what is going on here.
The irony is that when this company was called Javalution and they had that interesting coffee product called JavFit, I actually saw them as having some real potential. Then the company just lost focus, spread themselves too thin, I guess thinking they were the next HerbaLife or Amway or something. It's been nothing but an utter bore since they changed their name and seemingly got too big for their britches. Hey, don't get me wrong, I'd love to see this company take off and fly, however I'm not holding my breath -- it's just NOT happening. I'm sure someone at this company is raking in the dough --but it sure isn't the stockholders.
Oh really? Are you being sarcastic? LOL. I guess that would be a matter of perception if you're actually finding PR "inspiring". David Briskie hyping his own company that hasn't been able to muster up an "inspiring" profit or jump in pps for several years now doesn't exactly have potential investors clamoring for more shares either. Oh, trust me, my eyes are WIDE open. The question is --- are YOURS?
I think the stock price will remain roughly hovering around .30 where it has been for so long I have lost track. There is literally NOTHING whatsoever inspiring about this lethargic stock. If I'm missing something, someone by all means clue me in.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I see it just about where it has been for so long I can't even remember -- roughly right around $.30
You're a MORON. I have a hunch you don't own a single share of AAPL, but rather just get your jollies being a pest who looks utterly clueless. You're hardly worth the time it takes to respond to your nonsense, because anyone who owns AAPL stock is probably over the moon at what the company has coming down the pike, and how it will positively affect the STILL relatively CHEAP stock. I see AAPL stock being in the $120 range by Christmas, and after the iWatch is released the sky is the limit. Watch it RISE and WEEP sucker! Do you honestly think any of us who actually own AAPL stock and are well aware of it's occasional downs are going to panic when each day as if this is something new? The one consistent thing about AAPL stock is that each down trend is almost always followed by a rise. That's just how AAPL rolls.
As will I....these APPLE naysayers just simply have no marketing sense or any idea WHY Apple has succeeded in a very BIG way at what they do ever since they introduced the iTunes and the iPod and changed the way we listen to and buy music. Now, they are about to change the way we wear (and, most importantly, WHY we wear) watches. Watches will take on a whole new purpose and function, not to mention become a whole new fashion statement. This is simply what APPLE has always done brilliantly -- create new products that almost instantly become a "must have" gadget.
Even better. I'm sure Apple has all kinds of ways to make the charging of a watch and battery life to be a minimal issue. I have no doubt that the PLUSSES that the iWatch will bring to the table will far outweigh the minuses.
Why? Because they will be able to listen to all the complaints consumers are voicing after the initial announcement and unveiling yesterday and gives them time to correct some things or make changes prior to the actual rollout. Personally, I can't wait to see this new product. It will be the "must have" gadget of 2015.