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MacBytes
Nov 14, 2007, 09:49 PM
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Link: Apple Stock Crash Means It's Time to Go Long on AAPL (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20071114224932)
Description:: Arguing that the recent downturn of AAPL represents a buying opportunity.

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Grimace
Nov 14, 2007, 10:47 PM
so true, so true!

TEG
Nov 15, 2007, 12:48 AM
What crash??? So AAPL is down 20 points in the last week or two. Did anyone think it would just wander over 200? These things take time, 'ell it took almost a year to break 100.

If Apple was smart though, they would seriously be thinking about a split. Maybe 3 for 1 to stimulate growth. $50-$60/share would be nice.

TEG

SPUY767
Nov 15, 2007, 08:49 AM
Not to mention that over those two weeks it was following the general trend of the market as a whole. Plus it's up a buck in after hours. Ethically forbidden? Saying, "Apple is a good stock, but I can't invest in it," is like a weatherman saying, "It's going to be sunny this weekend, but I'll be stuck inside because it woud be unethical for me to enjoy the pleasant weather that I have predicted."

IJ Reilly
Nov 15, 2007, 09:56 AM
Not to mention that over those two weeks it was following the general trend of the market as a whole. Plus it's up a buck in after hours. Ethically forbidden? Saying, "Apple is a good stock, but I can't invest in it," is like a weatherman saying, "It's going to be sunny this weekend, but I'll be stuck inside because it woud be unethical for me to enjoy the pleasant weather that I have predicted."

It really depends on the publication's policy. Some may forbid journalists from writing about companies in which they own stock. Others may just require that they disclose their potential conflict of interest to readers.