Of course, this assumes that you own the whole company outright.
Meanwhile you can buy AAPL-1.50% and earn roughly that 16% return each and every year so that in 6 years you will have your entire investment returned (6 years at 16% = 96% return on your capital). It's the tale of two valuations and I think investors are challenging the "growth at any price" concept and looking at all of the stocks that are trading a cheap valuations here.
Long term investors don't mind - the best stocks in the world have 30%-50% corrections many times along the way to going up 40-fold to 100-fold. (Think NKE-3.74% , MSFT-2.59% , AAPL-1.50% , MKC )
My proprietary "RgMov" indicator is alerting me that people are selling here because the RgMov line peaked at the end of 2015 ahead of the top in the stock which peaked in early February. Also, RgMov has fallen to a multi-month low and is in a downtrend. Also, there are many days where the price range expanded to the downside along with rising , which is what you see when investors are selling. I will change my mind when my RgMov indicator is hitting multi-month highs. That's how you follow the trend and this RgMov indicator "leads" price action, giving us an inside look into accumulation and distribution.
Keep a close eye on FB-2.87% because it looks like a safe place to enter a short position here with a stop over $115 and downside potential to $80-$70 this year.
105.32 last FB-2.87% 3:16PM EST 3/7/2016