Hmm, What Is Apple Doing?


#2414

Jil is getting his mojo back. Every stocks he bought recently made tons🤗


#2415

As Jil pointed out, don’t trust FUDs and articles, do your own DD & scuttlebutt such as visiting Apple retail stores, read the SEC reports, …


#2416

I was convinced Monday that likely bottomed out, bought further AAPL almost 70% of what I planned.

Those who waited sidelines may not get another chance (unlikely) to get at low rate. AAPL real jump is after results!

$172 range is good for long term CAGR with better ROIC.


#2417

So-called long term investors sure have eyes glued on minute by minute action. :smile:


#2418

That’s better entertainment than reading tons of financial analysis and getting mediocre results.


#2419

True, if all you want is entertainment. :smile:


#2420

Don’t get too obsessed with apple. One random wise guy once said:

I think if you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should go do something else wonderful, not dwell on it for too long. Just figure out what’s next.


#2421

I’m getting both entertaininment and excellent results. Can’t say the same about some other people…


#2422

Told me not to directly pick on him but you jabbed him subtly. Who is more cruel? Sadly I might have to give him a treat. Target Dec 17 week, just before Christmas.


#2423

Invite me too! No need to treat me I can pay for my own! :rofl:


#2424

What WQJ said is sarcastic (Jab again) suggestion, but it is left you to ignore or follow !


#2425

I only respond in sarcasm toward sarcastic remarks… :laughing:


#2426

Discovery CEO David Zaslav told CNBC that Apple’s video streaming service “could explode” when it launches next year, because CEO Tim Cook and video head Eddy Cue have the connections they need: subscribers.

Narrative changing to bullish :grinning:


#2427

While Apple is still not giving absolute unit sales figures, the company does occasionally disclose to investors which models are selling the best out of its lineup, which currently includes older models such as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8. Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of product marketing, told Reuters that the iPhone XR is currently Apple’s “most mainstream product and our most popular iPhone.”

“Since the iPhone XR became available, it’s been the best-selling iPhone each and every day that it’s been on sale,” Joswiak told Reuters.


#2428

It’s worse than menstrual mood swings. Obviously the big boys published bearish articles to create false panic for an opportunity to buy at the dips themselves. Disgusting.


#2429

Today’s AAPL is clearly irrationally valued. This is what Seth Klarmann told in his book


#2430

Apple video steaming is no good. It won’t show anything remotely sexual. BORING. :no_good_man:

Recently YouTube announced they are giving up on funding originals. It’s a tough space. Buy NFLX instead. Better futures than AAPL.


#2431

Fine, you Apple Fan Boys and Girls have your point(s) about WS analysts and rogue writers, etc, but come on would any company discount its latest and supposedly greatest products if it didn’t have to? I thought these things sold themselves at any price. Guess not…


#2432

Says the guy who doesn’t even let his kids watch Sailor Moon.


#2433

It’s less then the carrier credits. When I went from a 6 to an X, t-mobile offered $400 credit for an unlocked X with any trade in of a 6 or 7 on release night and the next few weeks