What Tanked Apple This Week?

In a rough week for tech investors, Apple fared pretty badly, especially on Friday, when it substantially underperformed the broad market. Coming into a week that will be especially important for Apple, what does this tell investors? Watch the following video to find out.

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  • Report this Comment On October 21, 2012, at 4:01 PM, applefan1 wrote:

    It's just profit taking, a little fear because Apple can't spit out the iPhone 5's fast enough. IPhone 5 sales for last quarter was for only 9 days and Foxconn had a little problem for a couple of days of production.

    It's better to invest in a stock where they can't make products fast enough than a company that can't sell them fast enough.

    There aren't lines for WIndows 8 or Android products are there? NO. That means the demand isn't there.

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