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Apple stock only $350 in after hours trading

mustardayonnais 298 August 24, 2011 at 04:20 PM in Other (2)
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The reason this deal is slick is that idiots are panic selling because Steve Jobs is resigning as CEO. As any competent human being would know, Apple Inc.'s value is not tied up in one man. So go buy some Apple stock on the cheap and make some money.

http://money.cnn.com/quote/quote.html?symb=AAPL

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LMAO !! You must be n00b iTrader

http://www.google.com/finance?q=aapl

don't forget to buy BAC it's now 90% off lol
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Quote from KiLLAJaTT View Post :
LMAO !! You must be n00b iTrader
hes trying to jump ship laugh out loud
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dude, you are the idiot for posting this on slickdeals...
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OMG the touchpads sales is getting to him!
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InUrBaseKillinUrD00dz
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Quote from KiLLAJaTT View Post :
LMAO !! You must be n00b iTrader

http://www.google.com/finance?q=aapl
what am I looking at here that makes me a noob?
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Quote from mustardayonnais View Post :
The reason this deal is slick is that idiots are panic selling because Steve Jobs is resigning as CEO. As any competent human being would know, Apple Inc.'s value is not tied up in one man. So go buy some Apple stock on the cheap and make some money.
So every market overreaction to bad news is considered a "slick deal" based on your assumption of an impending correction? And if the correction never occurs? You've stated your opinion on inherent value of an investment that is determined by "what somebody else is willing to pay for it". That is hardly a slick deal.

This sounds more like an angry investor trying to drum up support in a personal holding that happened to lose money. Borderline market manipulation, bud.
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InUrBaseKillinUrD00dz
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Quote from dudemind View Post :
So every market overreaction to bad news is considered a "slick deal" based on your assumption of an impending correction? And if the correction never occurs? You've stated your opinion on inherent value of an investment that is determined by "what somebody else is willing to pay for it". That is hardly a slick deal.

This sounds more like an angry investor trying to drum up support in a personal holding that happened to lose money. Borderline market manipulation, bud.
To the contrary, I've never owned Apple stock- until about 20 minutes ago. In my experience, every market overreaction to bad news has proven to be profitable. It's not rocket science, hell, Warren Buffet trumpets this same sentiment on the pages of every financial site on the planet.

"Look at market fluctuations as your friend rather than your enemy; profit from folly rather than participate in it."
Warren Buffett
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#9
now is $356

I made $6 profit
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InUrBaseKillinUrD00dz
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Quote from slam518327 View Post :
now is $356

I made $6 profit
No way! You mean the drop was an overreaction?! Wow, BIG SUPRISE!!! Wink
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Quote from slam518327 View Post :
now is $356

I made $6 profit
You bought 1 share???

LMAO
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Quote from PiratesSayARRR View Post :
You bought 1 share???

LMAO
yes, my account only $400 balance
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yes, my account only $400 balance
than you could be able to buy 4 16gig hp touchpad, and flip it on ebay for $200 each, and you could of double your money.
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Time to short gold
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Quote from jackbauer24 View Post :
than you could be able to buy 4 16gig hp touchpad, and flip it on ebay for $200 each, and you could of double your money.
It's all sold out.
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