Hmm, What Is Apple Doing?


#2190

This time, market makers wanted AAPL to come down below 1 trillion mark, that is all this down fall makes it tomorrow. Regular hours, there are chances AAPL may revert back. That is the main reason, I bought it after hours down fall two time one at $214 and another at $207.


#2191

4th chance is $206.09, so far neither AH, PM and now is lower than that. Miss AH low, may has to buy at higher price.

43%20AM


#2192

I took one AAPL $215 option expiry Jan 17, 2010 just at the start of market ! AAPL is coming up and TDOC came up already as both results are better.


#2193

Apple revenue is at a new ATH, $266B, top 2015 $234B.

Service & other products continue to grow. Now total 20.6% of annual revenue.


#2194

services are the future!


#2195

Yes, in fixing obsolete products…


#2196

Apple is still worth $1 trillion despite worst stock drop since 2014

By Emily Bary

Published: Nov. 2, 2018, 4:14 pm ET

Shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) closed down 6.6% on Friday after the company delivered a disappointing December-quarter forecast and announced that it would no longer provide unit-sales figures in its earnings reports. The drop, Apple’s worst single-day percentage fall since January 2014, left the company with a closing market value of just over $1 trillion, based on the 4.83 billion share count it disclosed in its most recent 10-Q filing in July, though Apple will likely disclose a lower share count in its forthcoming 10-Q for the September quarter. Apple’s decision to end unit-sales disclosures sparked debate among Wall Street analysts, and the report prompted price target cuts from Morgan Stanley and BMO Capital Markets, among others. Apple shares have gained 22% over the past 12 months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) of which Apple is a component, has risen 7.4%.

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#2197

Today low is a hair below recent low, pretty sure Manch didn’t take advantage of it. Looking at the option, best opportunity is short put (Feb $210) for $15 for an annualized return of 30% :shushing_face: not as good as 100% when TSLA is at $250s.


#2198

Still waiting for the narratives to change for the worse. Not there yet.


#2199

Didn’t you sell all your Aapl earlier? What was that price point? You probably want to buy it back at below that price point.


#2200

I’ve conveniently forgotten that already. :smile:


#2201

FAANMG roared, Chinese tech tanked.

AAPL shot up, BABA tumbled.

Should be around Sep-Oct 2017 so between $147-$162. Avg $150 :scream:


#2202

But didn’t @manch exit Apple completely one time and posted his decision here? I forgot when that was and couldn’t find that post anymore either.


#2203

He did but can’t find the post.


#2204

I might have deleted that… :smile:


#2205

Conveniently?


#2206

Maybe… :laughing:


#2207


#2208

iPhone units did peak and are heading lower just like what I expected when I sold. Obviously I didn’t expect it can hike ASP so much. I still think stock will likely head lower as Peak iPhone is finally upon us. Pretty soon iPhone rev will head lower too.


#2209

That means little. When was peak PC? How come Msft is at its highest ever?