Apple Shares Are a Great Buy at $550

With the recent 15% drop in Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) shares over the past month, Motley Fool tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner says that, at $550 a share, it's a great time to buy Apple. With the recent very well received product launches of both the iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini as we move into the holiday quarter, Apple's best quarter is ahead of it. And when you're talking shares of Apple, $550 is a steal to get in on such a great company.

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  • Report this Comment On November 13, 2012, at 8:01 PM, aeosfool wrote:

    Agree with you, but Apple is down over 20% over the last few months...even more of a buy!

  • Report this Comment On November 14, 2012, at 5:32 AM, Videnak wrote:

    I would be bit careful here. Apple could be "buy" if Xmass season would be great. However I am not sure what people are going to buy so dramatically from them: new phone is noting special, even apple knows that, because 5S is completed. I am personally waiting for 450 per share.

  • Report this Comment On November 14, 2012, at 7:53 AM, RandomMeaning wrote:

    Apple's stock price has a lot more to do with tax games and the much debated financial cliff (I'm staying out of that one) than performance considering Apple's sales are higher in every category of products they produce.

    It's kind of funny that Apple is held to a far higher standard due to their success. Record sales? Not good enough, the Street wants even more! Great profits? More! More! Clever improvements in hardware and software? Not ground breaking enough for the Street, they want something they can understand but have never heard of before!

    No other company is held to as a high a standard as Apple. Some companies are applauded if they can tie their shoe laces. There might be ten or twelve knots or even tied together but by gum! Those shoe laces are tied! So proud.

  • Report this Comment On November 15, 2012, at 5:50 PM, rj07thomas wrote:

    Wow! they must be an even better buy at $525 then. Even better still at $425.

    I know next to nothing about this world, but it's amusing the amount of defence aapl gets. Oh, it's due to iPhone 5 supply problems. Oh, it's due to underwhelming iPad mini release. iOS 6 maps. Obama's re-election. Something, anything. There's a big buy-back on- the price will surge! Nope.

    Has anyone considered it might be the end of the great Jobs Reality Distortion Field? That ethereal force that could have sold ice to the eskimos? (make that iCe).

    "No other company is held to as a high a standard as Apple". Huh? I don't know what planet you're on, but by and large Apple only market existing technology, but they do it so well people think Apple invented it (a bit like Edison "inventing" the light bulb). Did my Nokia have MMS years before Apple even made phones? Yup. Does my 2+ year old N8 still have a better camera than any iPhone? Yup. And so on and so on.

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