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    Smile Apple looks good!

    According to Louis Navellier, AAPL if bought now ......should hand you a 50% return by May 2010 , and double again in 2010! Reason being that AAPL has ZERO debt, $23 Billion in cash .....and a host of NEW products and services on the way! He says get in NOW before Christmas. Anyone care to comment on Navellier's predictions?

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    Default Aapl

    Yes it does. Why didn't we all buy at the dip below 190, 2 weeks ago ?

    -----------billy

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    Talking Billie The Old Adage

    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Yes it does. Why didn't we all buy at the dip below 190, 2 weeks ago ?

    -----------billy
    Billie ...remember the old adage , "Too Soon Old and Too Late Smart"!

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    Default Aapl

    AAPL does look fantastic. Projected price of $267. Institutional money going into computer hardware, great financial's. Billie was right, the buy was at that $190-$195 level when it had support and jumped back above its 30 day moving average. It's on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Hansen View Post
    According to Louis Navellier, AAPL if bought now ......should hand you a 50% return by May 2010 , and double again in 2010! Reason being that AAPL has ZERO debt, $23 Billion in cash .....and a host of NEW products and services on the way! He says get in NOW before Christmas. Anyone care to comment on Navellier's predictions?
    I didn't even know who he was...checked it out some. The freebie Navellier stock grader is pretty cool.

    I am tempted to put some on AAPL & just let it sit. When I first got into this I bought some AAPL with Scottrader Elite's paper Money program thingie and of course it's slamming. Why didn't I do it for real!

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    Default Yoyo

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyomama View Post
    I didn't even know who he was...checked it out some. The freebie Navellier stock grader is pretty cool.

    I am tempted to put some on AAPL & just let it sit. When I first got into this I bought some AAPL with Scottrader Elite's paper Money program thingie and of course it's slamming. Why didn't I do it for real!
    Yoyo never beat yourself and look back, new opportunities will always present themselves!

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    Default yoyo

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyomama View Post
    I didn't even know who he was...checked it out some. The freebie Navellier stock grader is pretty cool.

    I am tempted to put some on AAPL & just let it sit. When I first got into this I bought some AAPL with Scottrader Elite's paper Money program thingie and of course it's slamming. Why didn't I do it for real!

    yoyomama,

    you might also like stockta.com You type in a ticker and it will tell you if the stock is neutral, bearish, bullish in overall, short, intermediate and long time frames.

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    Very cool steelman...thanks!

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    So does anyone here own aapl? I currently am holding 115 shares. I was day trading it last week making a few hundred each day with the dips and peaks, but now im in at 201.4....oops

    not to worried though, ill just have to hold it for awhile to turn a profit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcman401 View Post
    So does anyone here own aapl? I currently am holding 115 shares. I was day trading it last week making a few hundred each day with the dips and peaks, but now im in at 201.4....oops

    not to worried though, ill just have to hold it for awhile to turn a profit.
    I own it for a little while every few days or so .

    I don't think you'll have to wait very long for it to be 201 again.

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