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In case your interested, here are all those friendly folks who said Apple shares would hit $1,000. Sure, some of these folks still have time, as in Apple might indeed reach $1,000 a share in their time frame, but it's not looking too good for most of these analysts/bloggers/prognosticators/experts/founders. Yes, about six months ago everyone on TV and across the web was pretty much saying Apple's stock would never go down. They said $1,000 for Apple shares was a foregone conclusion. And Apple shares certainly wouldn't go down under $400 a share, that would be absurd to even consider. Well,
Gene Munster, the much loved analyst for Apple when its stock seemed to only go higher, says he now feels bullied. Apple's stock of course has gone from over $700 a share to $400 in a little over six months. Munster, the so called axe for Apple's stock for ten years, recently cut his price target to $688, down from $788, and down from $910. And I swear I heard him say Apple would be a $1,000 stock on TV at least a hundred times. Well, actually he said Apple would go to $1,000 by 2014. There's hope
said Apple needs to have the cash and the flexibility to move on an acquisition in a turbulent market. "He's got Samsung and everyone nipping at his heels. And he risks running, rather than a sexy company, a commodities
Apple stores aren't for just for selling, but for service. Get more out of Apple products over life of them. It's a gather place that has important role in the community. If you look at agenda, might be youth
trademark cases against them are just foolish. What if Apple released an ad for the new Apple TV today. Come on, I hope they do. Still, don't think any thing can beat this ad:
Stocktwits Howard Lindzon, who stepped in and bought more shares of Apple right before their earnings release and was beaten down despite Apple's $13.07 billion in pure profit. After the seemingly incredible earnings numbers Apple shares dropped over 12% and Apple longs like Lindzon were in a world of pain.
So where's the bottom? Analysts argue it will come either as Apple falls to a point that the deep value guys simply can't
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