Jan

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 No way bears can succeed until these stocks continue to trade near all time highs. AAPL quadrupled since 2009 and also GOOG performance is impressive. How can these trends be reversed? It seems they do not have much to do with the European debt issues, housing crisis and middle east tensions. People buy ipads, iphones and android devices to play Angry Birds anyway. There is a cultural shift ongoing that needs to be understood and Blackberry might be doomed.


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  1. leonardo on January 5, 2012 4:50 am

    Agree entirely.
    But perhaps it’s worth watching in relations to stocks such as Mastercard & Visa especially when taliking about AAPL.

    A correct analysis of the credit cards kept me in many stock trades during 2011. A similar strategy didn’t work for index trading which led me to swich to only buying big sell-offs moves. I find this telling.

    Today, I’m seeing some possible signs that MA & V may be breaking down. First real indication since 2008. Looking for AAPL to possibly put in one more time high before rolling over

  2. iven on January 5, 2012 9:29 am

    Saturation. Everyone who has disposable income already has an ipad, imac, iphone. Everyone that doesnt have much income also has bought. Thus you are only left with people to upgrade to newer model, which is not much growth. Also without price cuts and margin hits there is no growth. Do you know anyone without these products?

  3. Acetrader on January 5, 2012 5:59 pm

    Saturation? Don’t think so….what are the total numbers on all I-phone and I-pad sales? 8 billion “customers” on the planet, 350 million are here….have they sold 100mm? couldn’t they sell 1 B?

  4. Acetrader on January 5, 2012 6:03 pm

    from wiki: On March 2, 2011, at the iPad 2 event, Apple announced that they have sold 100 million iPhones worldwide

    plus 40 million Ipads so far…

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