Cramer: Don't Get Shaken Out of Apple

Sometimes your goal is to not be shaken out. That's right, you don't want to get discouraged, distraught or so worried that you actually are one of those unlucky people who buy high and then sell low, a time honored way of losing money. We see that larger than life today, in the stock that has gripped our attention, Apple (AAPL) , and the launch of its newest iPhone. It colors the entire day of trading.

First let me give you some context. I was both a trader and investor for twenty-one years, taking long-term and short-term positions. Now for my charitable trust, which is part of the club, I can only invest and I am severely restricted in what I can do, but not what I say....1238 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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