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Should I Buy More or Sell My Apple Share?? What Do You Guys Think?

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I brought some share in Apple and i wanted buying even more, but i was told that China's GDP is falling. and i know that with a constant and steady fall of China’s GDP, China will have to suffer inflation to balance the situation, so that goods can be exported from China for a marketable and competitive prize. And if this happens, the RMB will keep losing it value hence affect the profit of Apple, thereby reducing my profit as a shareholder. So considering this, do you think there may be a turn around at some point? or is selling my shares the best option?

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I'm impressed, I must say. Very rarely do I come across a blog that's both informative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you've hit the nail on the head. Your blog is important; the issue is something that not enough people are talking intelligently about. nagapoker

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