The key to stocks has nothing to do with such minimal rises or drops in price. "The toilet" is not defined by a 6% cumulative drop in value. If Apple is a company whose future prospects you have strong faith in, the price drop means the stock is on sale for 6% off in the last 2 days. The last couple months have been outstanding times to buy. Price drops in stock value for strong companies are nothing more than buy opportunities for long-term holds unless something economically or otherwise changes that may make holding the stocks a bad idea (large lawsuits, poor products introduced, large financial losses, etc.).Does this thread also involve when to buy and sell apple stock?
Apple in the toilet.