Apple Inc - All Kinds of Apples

Not a day goes by that Apple Inc. doesn't make the internets headlines.  Time to buy?

The short answer, yes it's time to buy Apple Inc (AAPL) but don't expect an incredible return on investment. At this point you should not expect to achieve the average analyst 12 month estimate of $708.  That's a big 35% increase in share price if you bought Apple today. 


Time to Buy Apple Inc?

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The analyst and blogging community is screaming Buy Apple, is it finally time?

Apple Inc (AAPL) shares have backed down 13% after hitting $644 and its time to consider the ultimate tech play.

Nokia Lumia 900

In the last 30 days Nokia shares have lost 30%.  Have they finally bottomed?

Got three dollars and some change, then you have enough to buy a single share in Nokia (NOK).


Oh No, Apple Shares Falling

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Apple's money printing press has finally cooled its jets.

After an incredible ride is it really that hard to believe that Apple Inc (AAPL) shares can't go up every single trading day?  Come on.


 

Apple Inc: Unbeatable

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The Powers-that-be won't let Apple shares fall, why fight it?

Sell the house and with the proceeds buy shares in Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL), that's the message we are getting from Wall Street.  The iPad creator can do no wrong and at this point, no one is capable of arguing the contrary.


Apple Inc is God

The latest is Forbes.com saying Apple is going to $1,650 by 2012.  In the name of the Apple, son, and...

Its getting ridiculous but whatever, Apple (AAPL) shares are unstoppable.  Why not a 175% increase in the next two years.

 

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Almost all of the 70 million iPhones, 30 million iPads and 59 million other products Apple sold last year were manufactured overseas -- why not here?

Just imagine if Apple did employ U.S. manufactures to build its iEverything empire.  Why don't they build it here and stamp on the ol 'Made in America' sticker?