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APPLE REDUX

I bagged Apple on this Board a while ago.

Apple subsequently loses $200 Billion in market cap.

Which is rather annoying.

Because I can no longer bag the stock.

As at 800 billion in market cap it is within a reasonable value market parameter

With 50 billion in FCF its worth about 750 Billion (15 times FCF)

If you think of the stock as a bond  (and that's a good way to think about a stock)

its yielding 6-7% (FCF/Market Cap).

Reasonably priced.

Particularly in comparison with so many overpriced big caps out here.

 

 

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PUMP AND DUMP FOR ADULTS REDUX

A lot of big cap stocks have a large "Ponzi value" included in their stock price due to all the stock buy backs financed by all the cheap QE debt (BBB rated debt).

This Ponzi value will continue to bleed out in 2019.

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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords dropped straight through a major support area and into the void to close -2.3% today.   Gold +2.2% was the only notable up sector and on the downside, IT -3.8%, Healthcare -3.7%, Financials -3.1% and so on...   

There is still no fear out there ...

Over in Asia, China -0.8%, Hong Kong -1.2%, Japan -2.1%, India -2%.

UK/Europe opens with minor selling: FTSE -0.2%, DAX -0.5%, CAC -0.4%.

 

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4 hours ago, Jimbo said:

PUMP AND DUMP FOR ADULTS REDUX

A lot of big cap stocks have a large "Ponzi value" included in their stock price due to all the stock buy backs financed by all the cheap QE debt (BBB rated debt).

This Ponzi value will continue to bleed out in 2019.

In a bear market stocks go from overpriced, to "reasonably valued," to cheap, to very cheap. 

Some disappear forever. 

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