Apple (AAPL) With the Dive of the Decade


I invested in Apple (AAPL) awhile back when they originally announced the iPhone. I was lucky enough to purchase some shares at about $90 each. Today, apple was up big, pushing the $170 mark for a majority of the day, then out of nowhere, around 11:30am PST (2:30pm EST) Apple (AAPL) plunged by nearly $10/share.

I’m wondering if there is some insider information that has yet to be released to the public, I’ve never seen such a sharp drop, especially in a stock that has been so hot over the past few months.

On a brighter note, Goldman Sachs has upgraded the stock rating and has increased the price target to $190/share. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Apple (AAPL) surpass the $200 mark by the end of the year. I’m sure they’ve got some new products in the works that they release prior to the holiday season.

2 thoughts on “Apple (AAPL) With the Dive of the Decade”

  1. Frank V…

    I bought Apple stock in mid-April at about $90/share. In the last 6th months I’ve seen it nearly double… up $70/share. I don’t think its out of the question to see it rise another $40/share in the next 4 months.

    PS – Eat a dick and die.

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