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  • Scotttrade
    $AAPL --- so are we never ever ever going to see $700/ share this year ever again? Seriou s answers only please....
    1/23/13
    Reply (14)
    • Rubenov: Well, if they somehow surprise with the iPhone 6, they could get there again. If it's more of the same, I doubt it. AAPL TV would help.
      1/23/13
    • gambl3r: $Appl is done for the year.
      1/23/13
    • realornot: should guess where the bottom is first before predicting $700. This will get you nowhere!!
      1/23/13
    • Scotttrade: what about back to $600 ? will we ever see this this year ?
      1/23/13
    • realornot: take care of the bottom first before worrying what to put on the top!!! It is too soon to shoot for a higher number!
      1/23/13
    • Scotttrade: Then how low can it really go? 400? 425?and how FAST will it reach it? Ahhh.. Help. Should I close out all my positions and wait to buy low
      1/23/13
    • realornot: won't know until a new day of tradings tomorrow. Detach your emotion! AH cannot serve as final guide to trade for tomorrow. Watch closely.
      1/23/13
    • Davidoff: I don't think that a TV nor any other existing product update would help. They need to prove that they can "create" without Jobs on board.
      1/23/13
    • Davidoff: It's still Jan, anything can occur this year, but it wouldn't suprise me to see AAPL at $350 by summer and it can hardly go above $600.
      1/23/13
    • XRTrader: I doubt we will see $700 this year. If there is a new product line later this year (iTV) and its a blockbuster, then maybe $700 next year.
      1/23/13
    • XRTrader: They sold 47 million iPhones the Q. The free cash flow is HUGE. And, the stock still dropped. For some reason peoples expectations
      1/23/13
    • XRTrader: are completely out of whack. This is a slowly growing mega cap dividend payer. I would have expected a stable stock price after reading
      1/23/13
    • XRTrader: the report and listening to the call. only thing i can think is investors are still coming to grips with the fact that 100% growth is over.
      1/23/13
    • Energysystems: Completely and totally agree with Davidoff. That is their challenge, and I don't see it happening w/o Jobs.
      1/23/13