everything is down once again, but AAPL is easily beating most other stocks by being down more than 6% today already. the dow is down over 2% and most stocks i watch are in the 3% range, but AAPL is really hurting. and, i don't see anything that would trigger such a big drop . . . again!<br><br>
hmmm, i just went to check and see how my portfolio was doing and forgot that i had placed a sell on my AAPL if it hit 123, which it did the other day. i didn't lose anything on it the past day and a half. whew. i hope it falls a bunch more before i buy back in. i have 17 free trades left. <br><br>
i think the time to buy back in is when the market opens tomorrow. the drop has likely been a bunch of investors just hoping to cash in on their profits given that most of their other stocks haven't done nearly as well. there's nothing in APPLE news that justifies the mass sell off. i think it'll be back on the rise . . . but, that's just my gut talking.<br><br>
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