My Apple Turnover

The last time I threw my $0.02 in on Apple (AAPL), the stock was trading 25% higher than it is now. I thought the stock would move up after the year-end tax selling dried up. In fact, I was so positive Apple was going higher that I teased Doug Kass after his appearance on "Fast Money" by saying I thought he was prepping for Doomsday. Well, Doug was right and I was wrong. But that was then. Now what? For me, it's not an easy decision.

In just six months, Apple went from a growth stock to a value stock. It sometimes seems that Apple is the most hated stock on the planet. Soon, watching Apple's stock will replace sitting around all day waiting for the cable guy as American's most hated pastime....290 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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