i joked a month or so ago about the price of AAPL and i said that it really should be closer to $110. never in my wildest dreams did i honestly see that happening. but i has dropped to $116 today. ouch. it's a good thing i am in for the long, long haul with my AAPL dollars . . . at least i hope so. <br><br>what is causing the big drop today?<br><br>
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my chunk came at $42/share and won't be touched until retirement (or maybe it'll pay for weddings or college for the kids???). i reserve the right to move it out of AAPL just before steve retires. <br><br>i am only 37 so retirement is too far in the future to think about beyond saving up for it and knowing that it won't be here in Michigan . . . make way Florida. heh.<br>
I simply don't get it. Apple is selling stuff galore. Go in an Apple store. Every time carp and I have gone in the store it's been jammed packed and folks are buying, buying, buying. Heck, even WalMart is selling iPods, which we've witnessed. They can't make iMacs fast enough. The iPhone is selling well judging by how many I see on the streets with one. The media keeps talking recession but there is no evidence in Hawaii that the consumer has stopped spending, specially in the Apple Store.<br><br>I'd like to know who the analysts are who are deliberately dissing AAPL and driving the stock price down. <br><br>
What'a one day in the big picture, look at aapl last 5 years.<br><br><br><br>And the last 3 months<br><br><br><br>If you're going to sell Apple stock, you should have sold a month or so ago.<br>Since January 1, Apple stock has dropped 40%.<br><br>
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