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A pretty disrespectful article name/title:

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Considering the guy is clearly very ill, and likely has just suffered some additional bad health news.

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I find the longer term effects of Jobs resignation more interesting. Will this be the start of Apple's next decline?

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Shares were down $20 after hours. I think we'll see the true hand tomorrow, will everyone rush to profit taking near 52-week highs? Seems likely.

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I am not a worshiper so I can't give him that amount of attention, but for the sake of a dying human being, yes, that article is ridiculous.

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My gut feeling is we'll see a run down to just below $300, before it turns around and continues its move higher as Q4 results are posted and the new products launched, holiday sales, etc.

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Agree, Apple could run down to $300 but will be for a sort time, if it happens (unless the world's economy really tanks). Apple, just recently for a few days, passed Exxon as the most valuable and profitable company in the world. Apple now commands close to 30 percent of household computer market up from 5%, thanks to iEverything they make. Their phones, pads, and pods are so popular that a lot of PC owners are converting to Apple so that they can share information from their iWhatever. Apple is also getting into software and recently bought a chunk of Nortel's inventions. So, as Steve Jobs said, the best times for the company are yet to come.

As a side note, Apple closed today at $376.18 and it has a value of $499.39 based on an interest rates and rate of inflation method used to value all stocks. Apple sits at the top of a list of more than 8700 stocks in terms of relative value, safety, and timing. With a projected 23% growth in earnings, earning yield of 8.25, and PE of 12.12 I can't help but to believe Apple will be there for a long time. Like culture, it has become ingrained in people's life.

Apple is like Marilyn Monroe or the Beatles in early 60s, all the young people were in love with them (except that some of them already died). Now, the younger generations love Apple.

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A pic of Steve Jobs taken today:

Source: Steve Jobs -- After the Resignation | TMZ.com

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Very sad. All the money in the world, and to die a miserable death.

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He's maybe not very healthy, but here it's a fake.

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Steve Jobs has passed away.

Steve Jobs Dead: Apple Co-Founder Dies At 56

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He came, he saw, he did, he conquered ..... Rest In Perfect Peace.

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