“Apple Inc. (AAPL) hit another new 52-week high today as it traded above $110 earlier this morning. According to historical price data, Apple has actually been hitting a new 52-week high each day for the previous nine trading sessions. Does this mean Apple is overvalued, technically overbought and shortable? Maybe in the short run it might be due for a profit taking fall, possibly testing the century mark, but it is difficult to believe that any downturn would be more than short term,” Thomas writes for Ant & Sons.
“It is almost like shorting Google Inc. for a few days hoping to catch a few points. In the short term you might make out fine, but in the long run, you never want to bet against a company that continues to dominate and increase its market share in the search area while launching new products virtually every day. As “old fashioned” as it might sound, a buy and hold strategy works well for such growth companies,” Thomas writes. “The same can be said for Apple.”
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