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how far will it fall… who, if they had an extra $2500 or so lying around would take a chance on buying a few shares today or tomorrow?
I thought that you posed a graph of the national debt that you had flipped over . . .
Purchasing stock in any single company carries big risks, with potentially big rewards. I stick to index-based mutual funds myself.
AAPL at least has a decent P/E of 10.22
Look at AMZN with its ridiculous P/E of 3,657.04
If I had $2500 laying around and forced to chose, I’d buy AAPL over AMZN any day.
Hey, at least AMZN _has_ a P/E now!