“Apple stock is ‘not expensive at all’ DoubleLine Capital chief executive and chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach told CNBC in an interview Thursday,” Tom Bemis reports for MarketWatch.
“Gundlach, who started shorting Apple last year as it surged to a record high above $700, had said the stock would fall as low as $425,” Bemis reports. “‘It’s not the company it used to be… but it still makes a lot of money,’ Gundlach said, adding ‘I would own it… instead of shorting it’ for the next six months.”
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MacDailyNews Take: It’s the same company that went to $705. You can say, currently, it’s not the stock it used to be, but to claim “it’s not the ‘company’ it used to be” just makes you sound stupid.
Make him sound even stupider ASAP, Apple!
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