Let me start by saying I use Apple products, not exclusively, but do use iPhone's, iPad, etc. My wife worked at Apple many, many years and uses only Apple products, so we are Apple fans. We actually don't own any AAPL any longer having sold the last of our holdings this month. I didn't sell for any other reason than we have been flattening our market exposure lately and Apple was above its historical valuations and felt it was time to take profits. My wife and I were hiking the other day and discussing Trump's trade startegy and I mentioned that I thought things could get much worse between our two countries before they improve. My wife wondered if Apple had any plans to diversify their manufacturing sourcing startegy as China pretty much makes all of their iPhones. I said I sure hoped they have, because a day could come where Trump announces trade rules that could basically make sourcing iPhones from China unprofitable, or even impossible. Getting an iPhone made in some other country probably wouldn't take very long. Getting 10's of millions of iPhones made in some other country, might take quite a while. That same day, after we got home, I read that David Einhorn (Green Light Capital) had sold all of his Apple holdings, one of the catalysts he cited was the ongoing trade dispute with China and Apple's ability to get the iPhone sourced elsewhere. I may have to take a look at Apple as a possible short going forward. The good news is there are a lot of shares outstanding so getting a borrow shouldn't be too difficult. The bad news, is Apple pays a dividend (raising the expenses associated with a short position) and their services business has an enormous gross margin, so their going forward value metrics likely will see some upgrading as time goes on. I won't be doing anything quickly and likely only will enter a short if things get significantly worse between us and China, but I am going to be watching.