What's behind Apple's volatility
None of it has anything to do with fundamentals. If you liked or hated those fundamentals before, you should still like or hate them.
Slave Labor. So tiring. Pull your ... welll .... take anecon 101 class.
You blame Apple for slave labor? If YOU, yes I am talking to you, by your blaher talk if you buy one thing made in China (ie made with your slave labor) then it is YOU WHO ARE ABUSING MANKIND!!!! YOU are the slave owner! If you think China has slave labor and you benefit from it by buying things made their, then YOU need to look in the mirror before you rail against Apple or anyone else!
All this Buy American Crap. The real hypocrites here are those screaming about "Buy American" and outsourcing. If these hypocrites were to go to the store to buy a broom, one on teh shelf for $10 the other for $5, 100% of the hypocrites would buy the $5 broom EVEN THOUGHT THE $10 broom were MADE IN AMERICA. Who is John Galt?
An American company has two choices go for teh economics or go out of business. Just the facts. People will not pay American wages for American products. THEY will not no matter how much they scream Buy American.
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