✓ Watching AAPL
on My Watchlist
From iPods to iPhones to MacBooks, Apple uses its “think different” approach to reframe computing, communication, and more.
I love AAPL at this price point. Those investors lucky enough to buy some shares on 11/16/2012 when it briefly hit $505 were blessed with a great entry point. AAPL is currently ramping up for its biggest holiday season ever and is positioned well to profit for shareholders as we leave the recession of 2008 behind us. I also like the new AAPL TV product soon to hit the market (2013). It's revamped product line and very loyal customers make AAPL a safe bet to remain a household name and bring profits to its investors for many years to come.
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