Real-time: 9:59AM EST, Thursday 24 Jan
Some of the titles
Apple Inc. (AAPL): First To The Tech Grave-Yard?
Could This Be the Demise of Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s Earnings?
Apple's iPhone disappointment fans doubt on growth
Apple Sales Gain Slowest Since ’09 as Competition Climbs
I should have sold the shares today Wednesday, as I already have a profit (yes I know I use too many times the word 'should').
I should have made the following analysis:
1. Good results, shares go up on Thursday, so what
2. Bad results, the shares go down
So in order to minimize the risk, selling would have been the best option, but my buy and hold 'strategy' does not let me do it even if I read somewhere that only billionaires like Warren Buffet and Bill Gates can afford nowadays to be long-term investors.
Just came back from the dentist. It takes so much time to properly clean your teeth: brush properly, floss, use a Sulca brush.
I was thinking Apple should make a product iMouth. It would be like a mouth guard with small electric rotating brushes that go between teeth and along the gum line, in short proper teeth cleaning, and you could watch TV at the same time.
It might be expensive, let's say $1,000 but wouldn't you pay this amount so that you saw your dentist only for the annual check-up? Yes, I thought so.
Here it is how Wall Street is reacting. I like especially this "Given the decline in the share price, we are lowering our 12-month price target to $ from $1,