Next time, you should wait for the price of your stock to rebound before selling off unless there is something seriously wrong with the company you are investing in. Selling in a panic at a low is the only way to guarantee that you will lose value on an investment. As far as AAPL is concerned, there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the company. They have a good balance sheet, sound fundamentals, growing market share, and ridiculous margins. There is no reason to sell the company unless you're on your death bed and need to cover funeral expenses.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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