LOL. No, that's my point. I'll re-phrase it: The stock price is the outcome of the equation. Good, bad or indifferent, your single experience doesn't change a thing. It is the totality that matters. Ferrari's stock price is a reflection of the larger picture that indicates that Ferrari is a successful company and a worthy investment. Couldn't do that without enough (key word) satisfied customers. Even in the modern era of hyper-competitive supercar manufacturers, Ferrari is killing it. Why? Easy answer. Enough satisfied customers.