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  • No Reason To Think Apple Has Reached A Top [View article]
    I am not the most understanding, however, it seems illogical that you propose AAPL short. Especially since it is ONLY the SHORT positions that are statistically losers. Any long position in AAPL has made a killing. I mean, if you bought 10 shares of AAPL nine years ago, your $70 portfolio is up something like 8,000%. It's precisely the long positions that have won. Not the short. As the AAPL bear Vix stated, the past 22 trading days have been down, but the past 1000 have been outstanding.

    Again, I am ignorant to much of the knowledge you possess. So please enlighten me?
    May 16, 2012. 11:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Reasons Apple Is A Bad Bet [View article]
    It couldn't be from the, what, $110B or so in cash could it..? Last couple Q they added something like $130M/day.
    May 12, 2012. 10:16 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Reasons Apple Is A Bad Bet [View article]
    It has been fairly regular that AAPL drops or levels in April/May before surging closer June approaching October no? This is an expected trough for many.
    May 12, 2012. 10:16 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Going All-In Apple: A Counterintuitive Approach To Investing [View article]
    I am tracking with Rocco completely. Agree or disagree, he is simply bringing an idea, or posibility to the table, and playing out a possible outcome. It appears to me just enjoys the topic, and is willing to investigate options rather than standing arrogantly on his own bias and demanding "I'm right and that's that."
    May 8, 2012. 01:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • As rumors swirl (I, II, III) about the arrival of an "iPad Mini" with a 7.85-inch display, 52% of respondents to a PriceGrabber survey say they'd buy a 7" iPad (AAPL) selling for $249-$300. Moreover, only 22% of respondents currently own a tablet. Of course, the 9.7" iPads are more than holding their own right now.  [View news story]
    You think so? I almost feel that by bringing in a slightly smaller, cheaper iPad, they would simply be attracting more of that "other" 30% of the market share they DON'T have, and be making AAPL nerds out of currently resistant consumers. They wouldn't be making a "cheap" product, but rather a quality product that captures a previously untouchable share of the market.

    I could be off my rocker, I am very new to this stuff.
    May 5, 2012. 01:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment