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    Quote Originally Posted by tsptalk View Post
    Agree. I still think that gap will get filled and test of the breakout level will happen some time this year. And that will take down the indices when we finally get a correction. But exactly when is anybody's guess??? This month, this summer, this fall??
    There are only a couple ways this market continues to go up at these overbought, extended levels. Equity purchases with printed dollars, or mass media/broker herding of the sheeple into buying stocks at these high levels... either is done by crooks...
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    There are only a couple ways this market continues to go up at these overbought, extended levels. Equity purchases with printed dollars, or mass media/broker herding of the sheeple into buying stocks at these high levels... either is done by crooks...
    No one ever said the market was rational. That's why we tend and manage our accounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsptalk View Post
    Agree. I still think that gap will get filled and test of the breakout level will happen some time this year. And that will take down the indices when we finally get a correction. But exactly when is anybody's guess??? This month, this summer, this fall??
    Oooh, to fill the gap would mean a test of that 420 level.

    *Let's see.... 585 now, ... calculating....*

    That's a 28.2% drop in price!

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    I can't even look at AAPL, I sold when when it was treading water around $350...yeah, that was bright.
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    I can't even look at AAPL, I sold when when it was treading water around $350...yeah, that was bright.
    Well, no one at the time would have thought it would have shot up nearly 60% in such a short time... Don't feel bad, there are a lot of people buying at 580+ that will probably soon regret that decision.
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    Well, no one at the time would have thought it would have shot up nearly 60% in such a short time... Don't feel bad, there are a lot of people buying at 580+ that will probably soon regret that decision.
    Finally a dividend announcement and a buyback...I think we'll see even higher highs. Can't last forever though.

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    Finally a dividend announcement and a buyback...I think we'll see even higher highs. Can't last forever though.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/20/te...1&ref=business
    Pretty boring for them. If Jobs was still around he would have used the money to develop Apple hover crafts.

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    I think AAPL is the most popular stock in the world right now. To me, that would be a strong sell indicator at the first sign of weakness.

    Just heard some of my co-workers talking about taking all their money out of their 401k's and plopping it all down on AAPL.

    Seems rather foolish to me. Maybe they'll make a million bucks, and if they do, good for them. But I think the odds are against them at these prices.
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    Apple Flash Crash: Stock Halted After Single Trade Causes 9% Plunge

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    Another blow to AAPL:

    US says Apple, publishers conspired to fix prices

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    Can the stock stay up with this type of scrutiny?
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    Apple earnings report Tuesday April 24th at 5:00pm (ET). It makes up over 30% of the S&P -- roughly, so I would say this is a fairly important earnings call.
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    Not investment advice... but this isn't looking good for Apple. There's some gaps from mid-march... then there's that gap between roughly 425 - 450 from January. Maybe their earnings will surprise. Hard to bet against Apple but...

    well, here's my view on the timeframe I prefer (your mileage may vary, of course):

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