Igy, the markets are not about "investing", as they used to be--as you have mentioned numerous times, they are about speculating, about betting, unless you are a multi-generational enterprise, or unless you are looking for a different asset class for wealth preservation, also usually multi-generational.
When you give your money to someone else to handle, you are not investing it, they are. Investing is about a steady, rational return, rational because it is related to the work performed, which is a known quantity. Unknowns can cause things to go up or down, but those tend to equal out in the longer term.
Excited about the markets as an investor, certainly not; excited as a speculator, absolutely. There's very little "investment" going on over-and-above normal business activities, there is only price rise.
BTW I also have a flip, a Tracfone Motorola. I also have a new 7Plus, and I use both. I don't use the iPhone for anything important, it is more a convenience for travel. I really wish it had quadruple or at least dual SIM, though.
Both are good for certain purposes. It's all about diversification :)
Have a great day everyone.