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  • nasalpancho
    So AAPL announces nothing expect " we dont need this much cash - we gotta figure something out" and it holds monster gains HA!
    2/23/12
    Reply (14)
    • Josh Krause: Just think what would have happened if they actually announced something.
      2/23/12
    • Josh Krause: And up is goes!
      2/23/12
    • nasalpancho: silly me i thought the rumor was priced in -- when will i learn!
      2/23/12
    • Brian Benda: You do realize that if they announce a huge dividend, the stock will drop. So, they announce nothing, and the stock stays where it is.
      2/23/12
    • Josh Krause: There would be a rush into the stock to capture the dividend, then a rush out once the dividend was paid. The stock would go up.
      2/23/12
    • humahuaca: if AAPL's valuation was similar to CRM or CMG I could understand all the skepticism. But since it isn't, I don't get why people think it
      2/23/12
    • humahuaca: should crash? I see iPads now being used in offices, and about 1 billion chinese (and another 1 billion Indians) wanting to buy their stuff.
      2/23/12
    • nasalpancho: shouldnt crash as much as correct
      2/23/12
    • humahuaca: If anything should crash, I'd say it should probably be HPQ or MSFT
      2/23/12
    • Josh Krause: I'm just saying it needs to catch up to its 20DMA, the stock went parabolic, sanity must return.
      2/23/12
    • evannever: tech investors vs fundamental: Tech say AAPL must revert, Fundies say AAPL still cheap. If AAPL consolidates, won't both be right?
      2/23/12
    • Brian Benda: @KK, that is what I meant. Thanks for clarification.
      2/23/12
    • Brian Benda: @evannever ... Both can be right -- correct to reset tech indicators, bases, and then runs to a new all-time high on strong fundamentals.
      2/23/12
    • jzshen: Highly over-priced options mean no moving, so that they will all be burned and trashed.
      2/23/12
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