It appears we have a new fool in town. His name is Carl Icahn a famous American novelist investor using his spare time to publicize his trades on Apple (Twitter might be using the story for its IPO). We got used to watch fools in the stock market but this one might be a candidate for Investor of the Year.
No one really serious about an investment is going to inform others how to take him down. That’s precisely what Carl Icahn did when recommended to buy the stock at $490 not long ago calling it damn cheap!
It might be cheap but fools don’t make money.
Savvy investors dumped their shares on Icahn who must be really happy to be one more Apple shareholder losing money. Carl Icahn follows the steps of David Einhorn who continues bleeding in Apple and Green Mountain Coffee.
A fool is always late to the game luring more fools into the game
Meanwhile Wall Street criminal activists Munster and Brian White figured out new targets for Apple. Have you heard about the amazing iTV? Gene Munster appears to have one at home the way he was used to talk about it throwing estimates ahead of a product which does not exist.
Recently Apple management announced an array of innovative products based on funny plastic parts which would make Steve Jobs proud of their technological leadership.
Samsung was the first company announcing an innovative product, the iWatch but immediately trashed by the American press happy shareholders of Apple stock down 30%
Welcome to this great world where everyday is born a fool who believes to be the next great investor of our time! Congratulations to investors in Nokia (NOK) a much better value play than Apple according to a humble investor who helped them to achieve a return of 300% Apple will never see.
Would you like to know the best stock for 2013? Vieira announced it here a long time ago. What about Tesla Motors (TSLA) a stock for 400% which performance even surprises the naive Elon Musk. Fools did not invest in Tesla after 1000 Reasons to Do It.
Has Carl Icahn invested in Tesla? Of course not. There’s no difference between a fool and a gambler in the stock market, both try to play the same game selling an idea to other fools.
There has never been a successful investor sharing his opinion with too many. Only a sheep is certain about the truth and future.