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Right on.  Icahn's previous AAPL is standing at about $430.  He needs the price to go up so he can make money (=cash out).  When he does, AAPL takes a hit.  If that cascades, everyone loses (except of course those who can buy at the bottom...) It's functionally stock manipulation on his part with no long term gain for investors, and less flexibility for Apple to use their capital.  
Why am I getting a visual of MMaaaaax-x-x Headd-rroom..?
Dang. That's powerful. If you're stuck on the way he's holding the phone, then you don't get it.
Not a bad quick lesson in re-engineering a product.  ME, EE and design coming together.  
"He adds, however, that "Apple is not a bank." " Well then please stop trying to turn it into your own private piggy bank. We get it. Your exposure on AAPL is somewhere around $450/share and you're kicking yourself. Suck it up and stay for the long haul like actual investors do. Let Apple spend its reserve on things (*cough* topsy *cough* primesense *cough*) that will put you way past $450 if you'd just have the patience the good lord gave a golden retriever.
This is huge.
Very nice.  Is there a recipe for this DIY?
Something tells me the people who planed this have never been to sea for more than a day trip to a nearby island.
So $532 is a very unattractive number for him.  
Wondering how much AAPL Carl Icahn bought at $699...  nah, that couldn't be it.
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