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  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    How do you know what I've invested in.

    Do I know you? Nope.

    Do you know me? Nope.

    Your writing indicates that you are the one who is nervous about your Apple investment. If you weren't you'd ignore my comments.

    Don't worry...I'm sure AAPL will be a trillion dollar company by next year. lol.
    Jan 26 10:33 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Maybe if they can get their real estate crash and political corruption under control.

    Worked out in the West after the crash, right?

    Oh, wait...it didn't.
    Jan 26 10:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Try a little mathematics next time...

    http://bit.ly/xDhUUo
    Jan 26 10:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Let Apple announce a slowdown in earnings and lets see what happens to the price...
    Jan 26 10:28 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Do you really think I think my comments on a website will do anything negative to a $400 billion company?

    You must be joking, right?

    I have no postion in AAPL one way or the other. It could go to $5,000 per share or $0 and it would mean nothing to me so I don't see how I am "angry".

    You sound nervous. If you are confident in your bullish sentiment then you shouldn't let a reasonable alternative assessment of the stock get you so worked up.

    Calm down, bro. ;)
    Jan 26 09:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    There was a time when OS/2 and Palm had a "growing ecosystem".

    Tech moves WAY too fast for you to assume that "this is it...no more competitors will emerge...we've reached the endgame."

    If Google and Microsoft didn't exist then maybe longs would have a point. But the whole tech world is working day and night to take down Apple. Competition matters. Apple probably won't double.
    Jan 25 07:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    "Well telegraphed" always means the stock has already been cut in half. The smartest money always gets out before troubles are "well telegraphed".

    No one has to invest in Apple or any other security so there is no rationalization needed. I am just saying that if you want to double your money then you better pray that for the first time in the history of man a consumer driven, "cool gadget" company can attain a market value double that of ExxonMobil...at 25% of the revenue.

    Good luck with that.
    Jan 25 07:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Coca-Cola: founded a few years (about 100) before Apple.

    I'm sure that the global soda market may not be as innovative or vulnerable to consumer whims as personal technology.

    Do you use the same computer as you did in 1987?

    Do you drink the same soda you did in 1987?

    Coke has an impenetrable brand; so does Apple...as long as they come out with the "coolest" product every 6 months from now until the end of time.
    Jan 25 07:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Its also true.
    Jan 25 07:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    Good luck.
    Jan 25 04:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    BAC has outperformed AAPL this year but Apple is the "Hot Stock" and Bank of America is "going bankrupt".
    Jan 25 04:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    I never wrote "get out now" so I don't know where you got that from.

    Your overconfidence is very normal when one chases the hot stock of the moment. The problem is the natural greed that accompanies it blinds the "investor" to the problems that always arise with any company that is flying very close to the sun.

    I figure you will not be able to recognize Google as it begins to dig into Apple's revenues. You may say that it is just a fluke but by the time you throw in the towel Apple is back down to $300 and your 400% gain has turned into a 20% gain when you could have put your cash into another stock that would have given you superior returns.

    Momo "investors" always feel they have the smarts to outsmart the market but in the end they just get boiled slowly like frogs and assume the inevitable drift downward is just a "temporary setback".

    Ask the NFLX longs about how that feels.
    Jan 25 04:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Is Very, Very Cheap At Less Than 9 Times Current Earnings [View article]
    "Coca-Cola of Tech"?

    RIMM: The Coca-Cola of business smartphones

    Compaq: The Coca-Cola of business PCs

    Dell: The Coca-Cola of student PCs

    Blockbuster: The Coca-Cola of movie rentals

    AIG: The Coca-Cola of insurance

    Bear Stearns: The Coca-Cola of Investment Banks

    MCI Worldcom: The Coca-Cola of telcom

    Pan-Am: The Coca-Cola of airlines

    Yahoo!: The Coca-Cola of search engines

    ...my point is excitement about killer earnings for the last quarter leads people to believe that the good times will roll on forever as if there are no other corporations gunning for the big dog. All of this delusional excitement will lead people to buy shares at ANY price.

    If your gonna buy high then at least buy Google too so that when they begin to eat into Apple's numbers you can catch them going up as Apple slowly sinks back toward $400.
    Jan 25 03:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Apple Could Do With Its Cash [View article]
    Good luck pushing that through Congress.
    Jan 25 03:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Apple Could Do With Its Cash [View article]
    So hiring Warren Buffett or another professional asset allocator with a long, successful track record to manage the investment portfolio isn't doable?

    It isn't possible to invest $50 billion - $75 billion OUTSIDE of the tech industry?

    That doesn't make sense.
    Jan 25 03:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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