A clown like you only lies.
No wonder you do not see things coming, or if you do, you get the facts wrong.
Samsung failed miserably in earrings and in their market share
having massive technical difficulties with their products...loliflop
buy and hold with both hands
in 2 yrs from you will tell stories how you get AAPL for almost nothing at $130.
in 5 yrs with AAPL energy, AAPL medicine - cardiac monitors, and new medical technologies developing from AAPl watch,
and AAPL car approaching....
$800/share will be a strong buy.
AAPL has the goods, the cash, and is growing every Q
no double value here = over $200
Has anyone noticed each Q the analyst estimates go higher !!
Only morons short this stock...casino junkies, that lose their $ 200 million in loaned money in a flash... they make couple of million here and there, and then suddenly they lose a 100 million and so their end comes....
I doubt you using real money.....
is this the exercise you economics 101 teacher said you should right down as if it were real, so learn how it feels to take responsibility for you loses?
and now AAPl is $136 BAWAWAWAWA
how much did you lose ? $4/share----
not that much,
as you only owned 2 shares
An analyst or individual could huff, puff, play with words, or come up with novel ideas why AAPL should not do "well" in next Q etc..., but anyone saying its time to sell, is not really in the game, or doesn't not have a full box of marbles, as they must have lost huge amounts of cash so far , if they really took their own advice seriously... like the Forbes analysts earlier in 2015.
AAPL has consistently grown exponentially all along for the last ~ 8-10yrs, and this absolutely no convincing rational explanation that could tout the down side.
Discover Announces Deal for Bringing Apply Pay to Cardholders
and the AAPL watch will make this even more likley.
In a few years you could be very wealthy, ...rewarded by patience.
"As the oil patch grows accustomed to a new world of $50 to $60 crude, it’s now looking ahead to a different but
Oil companies are warning there will be a price to pay -- a much higher price -- for all the cost cutting being done today to cope with the collapse in the crude market. Big projects intended to start pumping oil and natural gas 5 to 10 years from now are being canceled or put on hold as the price crash forced $114 billion in spending cuts on the industry.
Energy giants from Exxon Mobil Corp. to Royal Dutch Shell say they’re taking a much more cautious approach to approving projects that cost billions and take years to complete. That’s setting the table for a future oil-price shock when a growing world population drives higher demand, said oil executives and financiers ...
Demand has already begun to show signs of strength. The Paris-based International Energy Agency last week raised its forecast for 2015 demand, projecting that the world will consume 94.7 million barrels a day of crude in the fourth quarter, a potential increase of almost 1 million barrels over the same period in 2014.
U.S. output in shale formations is expected to fall as soon as next month, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Oil production decreases due to spending cuts and decline from aging fields, combined with demand growth, are likely to push prices higher in the next six months to two years, said Ralph Eads, vice chairman and global head of energy investment banking at Jefferies Group Inc.
“I don’t see how the market isn’t going to be in an undersupplied position,”
OIL will go a bit higher to 55-60 level before lower IMO.
US is pulling in its production, and soon there will be reduction in amount of oil out there
there are not future oil contracts in 2015, 2016, 2014 for an oil price of $10
This $10 is a bogus , made up number, it has no basis in the future contracts, which usually are correct.
Is this " $/barrel 10|"bogus info from short interest in Bloomberg?
oh no, he need to sell less oil at a much higher price, and keep the remaining oil for later to strangle you with...Islamic style.
"We have been pointing out the convergence of the recent rally in crude oil from the big drop over the past seven months with its historical seasonal low. There is also another more irregular financial market pattern we have highlighted over the years, mostly with respect to the Dow and the broad US stock market. “Waterfall Declines” are the propensity for markets to recapture deep, fast declines over a period of weeks within a period of about 3-8 months.
Crude oil’s 40% drop over nine weeks from Thanksgiving to the end of January is quite a waterfall decline. As you can see in the chart below, crude completely collapsed when it broke support in late November after spending most of the month around $75. It is currently attempting to break out above resistance at about $55 right near the pink 50-day moving average. If it can break above $55, $75 is the next major resistance level. There is also some resistance at $65. "