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  • Insiders Are Selling Apple [View article]
    The average cash amount for each 3 executives' sale of shares is over 1 million dollars. That is not peanuts to most people. The fact that no one is buying says a lot as well, since the bullish case is that this is a possible two-bagger, unlike the other QE-bloated mega cap tech stocks. I would wait for the next earnings report, I expect AAPL to headed back where it belongs in the 400-300s in 2014.
    Nov 8, 2013. 07:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 February 'Feel Good' Factors For Apple Fanatics [View article]
    Every word any SA author writes on AAPL is suspect following the 2012 AAPL crash. Almost all SA articles failed to warn investors of the previous AAPL spikes below predicted "bottoms." Traders may want to get in now, investors should wait until AAPL goes below $400 before even considering 1 share of this stock long-term.
    Feb 3, 2013. 06:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Apple Still A Buy? [View article]
    "In fact, a few years from now, sales of iPhones, iPads and other hardware could slow to single digits."

    Mr. Sterman, are you suggesting that only one to nine Iphones and Ipads could sell in a few years?
    Dec 20, 2012. 09:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Margin Pressures Likely To Hurt Apple Over Time [View article]
    The lesson here is that tech stocks thrive on speculation, Google is a much better source for speculation than Apple right now.
    Dec 7, 2012. 09:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Margin Pressures Likely To Hurt Apple Over Time [View article]
    This article would have been insightful and useful three to six months ago, now it shows a flair for the obvious. Do any AAPL bulls thinks the now non-cutting-edge Iphone and Ipad are going to push the stock to $1,000 per share without new products? Since Steve Jobs never actually invented any of the technologies these products were based on it seems probable Apple will be able to continue to innovate in his tradition.
    Dec 5, 2012. 01:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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