«… Apple’s stock collapse teaches us many valuable lessons, but four in particular. The first is to treat investing as if we’re lending money – in a way, we are; second, to ignore our egos and fashion trends, and dispassionately examine the market and the company’s fundamentals. The third lesson is to follow the advice of experts only if it makes sense to us, and fourth, to invest no more than we can comfortably afford to lose. Only when we’ve taken those four lessons to heart and done our homework, can we make an informed and independent decision about any potential stock investment. …»

Investing 101: Apple’s Lessons for Investors

Algo más de un año, ya el autor tenía dudas sobre la valoración de Apple: Has Apple Reached the Tipping Point?

Yo mismo, sin tantos fundamentos, decía algo similar en ¿Cuándo cesará el brillo de Apple?

Habrá llegado ya ese momento? Será este bajón coyuntural?