This question comes from J.W. straight outta Berkeley Ca.
No. The stock is very volatile, so Zamboni say no. Even graph of the stock’s behavior today look like Estonian mountain range: up down up down very jagged like. Zamboni say to invest in greatzamboni fund. This fund which I create myself by bundling together many small Estonian businesses, these include but are not limited to:
-My uncle Norblad’s glue cart
-My neighbor Svenblad’s bee pollen concession
-My grandmothers goat Bjorgias who is not yielding milk now (so technically this section is “goat futures”, very exciting!)
-Acme Bow Ties (they are bounding for come back)
-Long John Silvers (fish place I find on my travels, even to place of dryness like Ohio!)
For the price of one share of Apple (419$) you can get in ground flooor of greatzamboni fund- and if you act now also my brother Tone (pronounced Toe-Nay) is sending you hand bag.
And as always with anything Zamboni- past performance is always guarantee of future excellence.
I await your cheque!