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  • As Their Tablet Dominance Dwindles... Is AAPL A BUY Under $600 ? 2 comments
    Nov 6, 2012 9:38 AM | about stocks: AAPL

    I think I know what you are going to say... "Apple's Tablet Domination isn't Dwindling...they just sold 3 million ipads over the weekend..."

    True, but there are more and more strong players in the market now.

    Amazon, Google, Microsoft, just to name the Big 3....

    But the real question here, for me at least is AAPL a BUY, SELL, or

    HOLD just below $600.

    Yesterday - November 5th, 2012 AAPL closed at $584.62 representing an 18% decline from their all time high of $705.

    AAPL's December $600 CALLS are currently priced at $16.53 and

    December $600 PUTS are priced at $33.89.

    As the Editor of this Blog and Growing Stock Report, I would like to poll the investment community Asking:

    Please Click Here: Is Apple a BUY, SELL, or HOLD here under $600.

    Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

    Stocks: AAPL
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  • ramanankrish
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    You should be looking at Jan 2013 calls and puts IMO since the christman Q results are out on Jan 24th ..I am long Jan 575 and 600 calls.. and short 910 calls..
    6 Nov 2012, 04:52 PM Reply Like
  • winningtrader
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    AAPL seems to be losing its competitive edge. The talk is that people don't care that the best Android phones have as good or better capabilities at lower prices. Buyers don't care that ipad mini costs almost as much as the new Nexus 10" while the new Nexus 10'' has the best screen of all tablets, including ipad 4. Maybe, but eventually the clients will care and AAPL will not be able to keep its volumes or profit margins by simply resting on its old ideas. AAPL will only succeed if they come up with new revolutionary products. Perhaps they will do just that but the latest products lack any spark and don't bode well for the long term future. Are they missing Jobs?
    7 Nov 2012, 06:10 PM Reply Like
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