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Sure has had one heck of a run, I've been kicking myself in the *** for not jumping on back in JAN when I had a notion to. Now everyday I debate and watch it rise and rise. My feeling is with the positive feedback of the iPhone, the high reviews on all the new Mac Book Pro's, their alignment with Intel and Leopard dropping in Oct. with new touch screen I-pods rumored to be looming is that it should continue to go up. How many of you own stock in AAPL?
 

deac

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:) had it for 15+ years. Can't tell you how man times my broker has tried to get me to sell and I just kept refusing for loyalty reasons as have loved my Macs since '85. And yes for some time now i have not been letting him forget it! Just sent him an email with an article i saw from digg saying that 1/3 of an independent survery said they wanted to buy an iPhone.
 
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Is this is as high as it has ever been? How are you feeling about the future develops and how it will impact the shares? Something tells me you iPhone was free via smart investments haha.
 

SCMedic

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AAPL stock is trading at an all-time high, which is typically a bad time to buy. In this case though, it might not be bad at all. 200 a share is a realistic bet in the next 6 months.. a 60 dollar jump per share is a good investment no matter what the price..
 

deac

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Talked to my man today, told him I wanted to buy some more! He tried to reign in my enthusiasm but did say their analysts said there was still allot of upside potential and they were high on it. Shoot, I'm not an active trader, pretty conservative really and didn't even realize I had as much as I do, due to some splits etc. His only negative was that it had become too high a percentage of my holdings. Told him tough -- I was keeping my little grubby paws on all of it :).

digg had a link today to an article pointing up some other analysts take on Apple and the future pointing up how much market share they had picked up in desktops and macbooks just in the last year.

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/how_apple_can_win_the_pc_battle.php

AOBTW-- how bout convincing my wifey it was free!
 

SCMedic

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Apple hasn't split since 1995... They probably won't, as Jobs doesn't like it.


I would wait till Monday before buying more.. With the options ending this week, the stock should be fairly volitile.. I would buy some before the 25th, when earnings reports are coming... That could be a big jump...
 

SCMedic

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Bought 31 shares today, planning on another 100 on Monday... Doesn't look to be as up and down as everyone figured.. Cleared 140 today!
 

Kabeyun

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Been a Mac loyalist since '87. In the early 90's is dropped below $14/share and guess who was flat broke? Several splits and an order of magnitude later, I'm still apple-less. That's why Henry Kravis is Henry Kravis, and I'm still just me.

They say the best time to buy was then, but the second best time is now. I'll see what I have under my pillow. :)

-K
 

mcaram16

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Apple hasn't split since 1995... They probably won't, as Jobs doesn't like it.


I would wait till Monday before buying more.. With the options ending this week, the stock should be fairly volitile.. I would buy some before the 25th, when earnings reports are coming... That could be a big jump...

You need to get your facts straight...apple split in Feb 05 when it hit 90 bucks...

http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2005/feb/11split.html
 
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