“Come 2014, AAPL stops being a volatile battleground stock, littered with question marks and misguided talk about the “need” for a bigger dividend or more aggressive buyback,” Rocco Pendola writes for TheStreet. “In fact, relative to its 12-18 months’ worth of ups and downs, it jogs, in a straight line, to $1,000.”
“I’m as confident about this move up as I was when I threw a wet blanket on the euphoria as Apple stock flirted with and hit $700,” Pendola writes. “Here’s the deal — in 2014, we’re going to separate the men from the boys.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Arline M.” for the heads up.]