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keith piccirillo

There are still a lot of old school fund managers who delegate searching for information tasks to their employees and retrieve decision making information through trade journals and hard copies, and then translate it over via a computer geek to construct their model.
One cannot infer he would or would not buy, sell, or hold AAPL stock at current prices for a portfolio.

keith piccirillo

Further, AAPL was part of the pairs trade he probably put on, as he had been short RIMM last quarter.

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