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Old 01-24-2013, 04:04 PM   #52
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AAPL has always been an emotional stock. You can't guarantee a profit from owning ANY company's stock. That's part of the market, volatility and the unknown. But if you were to place a bet, AAPL still looks like a great one for another year at least. Beyond that and they better address a new market with a new product.

As others mentioned, give me that much money in the bank, that much continued revenue growth and profitability, and you can call me broken all day long. Microsoft is further past its big-growth phase than Apple and it still isn't "broken."
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