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Nobody ever recommends that because the shares will likely become worthless when the company exits chapter 11.
Neither volatility nor price are set by anyone. They are both the result of buyers and sellers negotiating the price at which shares exchange hands.
Yet you just snap your fingers and conjure up imaginary demand that exceeds Apple's production capacity. I'm sure Apple has a good handle on their supply and defend and will figure it out just fine, if they haven't already.
And the personal attacks begin when logic fails. Would you care to explain why Apple can't increase production capacity? I'm sure there are more people here than just me that would like to be wowed by your business acumen.
And what is that limit? If Apple needs to make more they will build production lines to do so.
They are at the "planned" capacity. If Apple needed more phones they would have planned to make more and had the capacity to make them.
Apple sales are only constrained right now because demand is spiked just after the product launch. Looking forward, production is probably at the correct rate for the expected sales.
Yes. That's what I'm saying. Part of running a successful manufacturing business is forecasting demand. Apple is second to none in running their supply chain. If they needed to make 75 million per quarter, they would have forecast that and planned for it.
I wouldn't say Apple is constrained. Launch demand is a spike. Apple has the capacity to make every phone the market wants to buy over the entire year.
It makes no business sense for any company to design a product and sit it on it for months, over the biggest selling season, while competitors continue to sell, and all the while pissing off customers who all have expectations set by rumors. Companies make things to sell them, not to sit in inventory on warehouse shelves.
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