Jason Schwarz's "Seven Reasons the Shorts Love Apple" is an investor's must-read
"If you can keep a good stock down," writes Jason Schwarz, "then you are able to load up for the ride back up. It's like a slingshot -- the harder you pull, the more propulsion you generate."
Schwarz, an investment analyst with a knack for self promotion -- through a newsletter, an e-book, and a new hardcover -- has written an easy-to-follow primer on why Apple (AAPL) has become the hedge funds' favorite punching bag. It was published as a gallery last week in TheStreet by Jim Cramer, a guy who knows a thing or two about manipulating Apple's stock price. (See here.)
For investors who wonder why Apple goes down just when common sense suggests it should go up, it's a must-read.
Below fold, the highlights:
|Water becoming more valuable than gold|
|Tesla finds friends in the FTC|
|Postal workers protest Staples|
|Will 7 Apples a day keep the bears away? - The Buzz|
|How the FCC's fast lane affects you|