I am still following the dramatic price fall of apple stocks over the last days, as mentioned below as soon as there are first signs of medium upside momentum it is time to go long for two years. Autocorrelation is higher in markets than assumed. (Carhart four factor model)
Could somebody please realize that cash has never been so cheap!
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On the other hand a contrarian view:
According to Nassim Taleb, the risk in large companies is always higher than expected. Large companies tend to disappear over time. This is in the nature of businesses and growth perspectives are limited. Therefore place more bets into small caps. Despite growth apple still might just be a valid cash machine.
Of course analysts herd and are biased due to incentives. One should not follow buy recommendations, but sell recommendations are definitely a signal for caution, so far green light.