Just go into any Apple store and watch the traffic. People aren't simply browsing, they're buying.
Dell on the other hand...
With a few exceptions, tech analysts don't have a clue about AAPL. They lump Apple in with the likes of Dell or HP. Unfortunately the majority of investors are clueless as well.
Apple's biggest problem has been the large hedge funds manipulating the stock. Steve Jobs has even made this claim. Right now these funds are having to unload stock at an increased rate which lowers the stock price. I won't be surprised to see AAPL in the $60 range. I'll be happy when most of the hedge funds go belly up. Growth will be slower but there will be less volatility.
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