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Options Trading Question about strike prices

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Long ITM Call Options?

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MSFT earnings discussion

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Everything there is to know in premarket 29.01. Including positioning analysis of GOOGL NVDA and AAPL

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Oxy is the most undervalued company based on FCF yield on EV in the market right now.

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Question about DCA and biweekly investing?

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Earnings & economic calendar

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AAPL: earning this week. Can it make 200+ before that?

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AAPL will print

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200 calls for AAPL exp 2/16

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BIG WEEK AHEAD

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What do you think about my portfolio.

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$AAPL earnings??

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Full YOLO Worst Timing

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Full YOLO Worst Timing

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MSFT Earnings call

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One common mistake of a novice trader

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When to sell my AAPL and GOOGL

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Should I hold onto TSLA or cut my losses and diversify?

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AAPL Options

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CSP for 10-11 Months Total Return ?

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Niche ETF Option Arb Strategy

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Filthy poor AAPL yolo

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$PYPL Ad: Six innovations that will revolutionize commerce

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XR products launched in CES 2024, technology IP innovation is expected to achieve a value leap

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Choose your AAPL play wisely, glasshole 🦧.

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Came here to find my dumpster for the week.

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Wall Street Newsletter S03E06: All-time highs are here. What's next?

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Vision Pro’s coming. What are your AAPL moves??

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Where is the love for VUG ?

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Thanks AMD, AAPL, & PYPL

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Calls on $PLNT & Puts on $AAPL

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MSFT has now overtaken AAPL in market cap.

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Conflicting info for AAPL shares outstanding

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Turned 2 AAPL shares to $2k in 2 days

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what did they say about "An AAPL a day" again

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Will Value ever out do Growth again?

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What stocks(s) did y’all buy recently and when was it?

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Apple’s MR headset mass production started, Meta creates XR + AI innovative virtual office experience

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Apple’s MR headset mass production started, Meta creates XR + AI innovative virtual office experience

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$AAPL 50k YOLO

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Small 50k YOLO

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Offsetting Previous Losses While Continuing to Invest for the Future

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Everything to watch and expect for the trading week ahead, including expectations and analysis around AAPL, TSLA, and RETAIL SALES data.

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Everything I'm Watching going into the trading week, including expectations around TESLA, AAPL and SPX Call Resistance at 4800.

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AAPL, TSLA, NVDA: What positioning looks like for the short term. Analysis of the option market

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AAPL, TSLA, NVDA: What positioning data tells us to expect for price action in Short term.

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An Exploration of Analyst Ratings and Stock Market Bias

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An Exploration of Analyst Ratings and Stock Market Bias

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Is it normal for the index funds to be weighted this heavily by mega caps?

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Google, Amazon, and Unity are among the tech companies implementing layoffs to start 2024

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Small Caps, Magnificent7: Would 2023 repeat itself?

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Can anyone help me explain NVDA?

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AAPL downgrades are irrelevant

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What Company Do You Think Is Least Likely to be Doing “Insider Trading”?

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TSMC posts flat Q4 revenue but beats expectations

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Magnificent Seven fact.

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Generative AI drives innovation:There will be more emerging growth opportunities in 2024

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Generative AI drives innovation:There will be more emerging growth opportunities in 2024

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So… suicide?

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Calls on $AAPL 📈

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Apple releases a multimodal LLM model, WIMI AI tech became the AGI mainstream trend

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Apple releases a multimodal LLM model, WIMI AI tech became the AGI mainstream trend

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Rebalancing Portfolio Suggestions

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AAPL calls?

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AAPL bet. I need a strategy.

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Calls on AAPL

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Somebody’s iPhone survived a 16000-foot fall completely undamaged. Calls on AAPL

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Calls on AAPL ✈️📱

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Calls on AAPL ✈️ 📱

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Trading rules AAPL

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AAPL Shorting plans…?

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AAPL lags again in premarket after another downgrade in the week. Note: I am holding AAPL and bought more on Tuesday after the 1st downgrade.

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AAPL lags again in premarket after another downgrade in the week. Note: I am holding AAPL and bought more on Tuesday after the 1st downgrade

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Are my investments smart?

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[News] A January "rout" in megacap tech stocks this month is now the Wall Street consensus, according to the BofA equity team.

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[NEWS] A January "rout" in megacap tech stocks this month is now the Wall Street consensus, according to the BofA equity team.

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The Efficient market theory; Points, counterpoints, discussion.

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Okay Portfolio Going Into 2024? [23 YOLD Looking for long term investments]

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Prop Trader Series -- a thing I wrote

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Short-Term Bottom for $AAPL/Apple?

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Deciding REITS for my portfolio. But lack the confidence in knowing how to valuate each choice.

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Still time to join me in AAPL Puts

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[News] Apple downgraded to underweight by Barclays. This comes as they warn of cooling iPhone demand. Price target at 160, 17% below Spot.

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Everything I'm watching in premarket 02/01. Keep an eye on AAPL for intraday trading (if you trade actively), down 2% in premarket at time of writing.

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A complete summary of everything I'm watching/Expecting in premarket today 02/01. Keep an eye on AAPL.

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Diversifying/ambition

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If you had $40k to invest right now, what would you do with it?

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Buying AAPL $125 Put since it obviously rejected $200

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Anyone know anything about TXRH?

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Even Though QQQ works, it pisses me off

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2024 Three Stock/Ticker Bet

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Seeking Advice on Reallocating Tech Stock Profits to IRA: Long-Term Gains vs. Retirement Planning

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I am an ex-prop trader and these are the stocks on my watchlist (12/28)

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Airpods pro has futuristic sound quality. #AAPL calls

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$INTC Israels : 3.2Billion for a Western Worlds TSM. And that ASML NM Machine. 5nm, 3nm, 2nm coming. No More Taiwan TSM China Fear.

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The global communications industry has ushered in a new technological revolution

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Roth IRA vs Cash vs Margin

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Roth IRA vs Cash vs Margin Accounts

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I love AAPL❤️

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That AAPL bear trap was beautiful! ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8882) Saw a lot of bears in the Apple comment section saying they were doubling down ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267) AAPL already fully recovered, now heading towards $200 ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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Being an $AAPL long is so great. You just sit back, ignore everything else, and it slowly goes up as $AAPL works that 110 billion dollar buy back ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)

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AAPL is scared of 200

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All in on AAPL 200 weeklies ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8883) APPLE TO $200 EOW ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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So, that money is burning a hole in your pocket, huh? Maybe U should just ask yourself, 'What would Warren do?' **US publicly traded companies that are holding the most cash** Here are the US publicly traded companies that are holding the most cash as of May 2024:  1. Goldman Sachs Group (GS): Cash & equivalents of $209.385B 2. **Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/A): Cash & equivalents of $189.00B** 3. Alphabet (GOOGL): Cash & equivalents of $108.09B 4. Morgan Stanley (MS): Cash & equivalents of $89.232B 5. [Amazon.com](http://Amazon.com) (AMZN): Cash & equivalents of $85.074B 6. Microsoft (MSFT): Cash & equivalents of $80.021B 7. Apple (AAPL): Cash & equivalents of $67.15B 8. Meta Platforms (META): Cash & equivalents of $58.12B 9. Fidelity National Financial (FNF): Cash & equivalents of $53.639B 10. American Express (AXP): Cash & equivalents of $53.618B 11. Charles Schwab (SCHW): Cash & equivalents of $43.337B As of the first quarter of 2024, Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway was holding nearly **$189 billion** in cash. However, during the 2024 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting, Warren Buffet stated that it is safe to assume that the cash holdings of Berkshire Hathaway will reach $200 billion by the end of June.

AAPL going to $195 tomorrow

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Or market is saturated like iPhone market. AAPL competing with itself on new phones

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Gotta hope for another AAPL pop end of day or at open tomorrow, should have sold my calls probably

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AAPL didn’t refund a free trial that got accidentally charged. Motherfuckers. Buyback some more shares with my money you cocksuckers.

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AAPL being a little VWAP tease hor now. Come on baby, get going again.

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AAPL, MSFT & GOOG calls up over 100% since purchase META, AMZN calls down over 80% since purchase Up 22% for the day, up 35% for the week, down 14% for the month Regard Rating: 8/10 ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8883)

AAPL ending over or under $193 today?

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Hear me out, Nvidia tips Financial Times on Amazon "halt" of orders a day before earnings to soften blow if there's downward guidance revision! NVDA is the new AAPL, if it warns of any weakness, hello SPY 480.

Good Luck. Today, sure it's possible. But with all 0DTE, a gamble. I'll let the crew chime in with their best ideas. If you are looking for a play that's upcoming... WDC. Selling the news. AAPL will moon like it does, when it drops the latest tech news at WDC.

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Cmon AAPL break this 192.50 range

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AAPL is like 30% of my portfolio. I'm rock hard. But I'm an investor, not a degenerate gambler

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Come on guys help me make some money and go buy MSFT and AAPL

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Sales are important yes, however earnings and margin are extremely important for your comparison to Apple. Compare net margins and you will notice that NVDA’s earnings can be as much as AAPL’s at roughly 1/2 the amount of sales. NVDA’s profit margin has been accelerating as well, even at over 50%. I’m certain that figure will get squeezed at some point, but at the current time it is nothing short of remarkable.

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Kinda wanna buy AAPL puts ngl. Overbought, market gonna pull back at some point here

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Here's what I think about BRK. Treat it with zero trust and test the hypothesis for yourself. It's somewhat of an ETF, with private companies like Geico. Risk profile in a steady environment is low. Buffet's strategy has survived time and crashes. That's the good. However... 1) Like Buffet admitted, with size, investors should not expect the same return as the company recorded in its early years. Munger said it's because other investors have priced good companies out of their buying range. Hence the cash on hand. 2) Risk is spread, so if you think tech is still the best sector, QQQ will perform better, and pay a small dividend, which BRK doesn't do. Same logic applies if you favor a particular sector. 3) A large chunk of its portfolio relies on the US national debt. The US, just like European countries, maintains its growth by borrowing money and throwing it at their economy. The Keynesian multiplier is not nearly as high as politicians claim it is (as pointed out by many Nobel laureates like Friedman, Becker or Buchanan), and debt needs to grow faster than economic growth, partly to pay interests. See chart [here](https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/GFDEGDQ188S). National debts cannot grow to infinity ([this is our current state of affairs](https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/GFDEBTN)). While some companies like AAPL or KO export, many on BRK's portfolio barely do. When a real back-to-earth event happens, BRK will get hit about as hard as any S&P500 ETF. May not happen in our lifetime. You have to gauge the risk here.

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All profitable and relevant tech companies with a moat: MSFT, AAPL, NVDA, AMD, AMAT, etc.

On what do you bind the overvalued assessment? AAPL still has >7% revenue. If you target long investments you can easily get 5-6% p.a. with just AAA shares. Of course the bs revenues of 20% and more are over. That was a curisorium of the ZIRP.

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Last week I was long a 6/25 32P. It cost like 15$. Price was like 14 / 18. So immediately after taking the position, the mark is 14 and I’m $100 red in the trade, with no movement of underlying or IV. Which a 4$ is really wide for an ATM option. So the underlying would have to move a lot for me to make gains. I ended up selling it for like 18, a measly 300$ profit, but the underlying had to move massively to cover that 4$ spread. Spreads on AAPL or SPY options for example are like one cent.

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NVDA had more than half of AAPL's earnings last quarter. They don't need another 200-400B revenue to surpass AAPL earnings. Another 100B will do it, and the growth train is chugging along.

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Have AAPL interview today ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)

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Horrible for AAPL Devices if you have more than a few in your home. I try to get on a Teams call for work and my Max link to my wife watching fecking Bridgerton; I go to iPods and my daughter is jammin DuaLipa. Finally give up and just use the iMac speaker - son walks in just as I’m making a point and is overheard saying, “how can you stand that boring blather?” True story.

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If you look at the financials, NVDA has 5-10x the growth potential of AAPL right now. Your logic is that no stock should be bigger than AAPL, the same logic that all nay-slayers use as a stock has a meteoric rise from almost nothing to the largest market cap ever seen. Reminds me of another company... ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4640)

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it can be like AAPL. where they talk about a bunch of stuff and then boom. price goes up after earnings lmao

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There's no differentiating since it's more about the M2 chip itself which AAPL use for both CPU and GPU. I didn't say anything about catching up to NVDA, I would much prefer they would together instead since M2 is ARM based.

I work in tech and am very bullish based on what engineer colleagues(aka the real hard workers) has told me, AAPL actually have the best chip designs in the market but they are not leveraging it properly into AI

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!banbet AAPL 200 20d

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*2 weeks There are rumored announcements about partnerships with AAPL to use their M2 chips for AI stuff during Computex that's in 2 weeks time. That's also when NVDA, INTC, AMD, etc have announcements

MSFT ran up about 5% in the week leading up to their Dev conference. I think it's safe to assume $AAPL will do the same from now until June. ##Price Target $AAPL $200.80 June 7.

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So are my AAPL $192c exit this week gonna print or what?

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AAPL I know you want to pump these last couple of minutes

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Sometimes people are just right. Rowing upstream isn’t always a great idea. Look at the last 20 years of AAPL

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If $AAPL could go ahead and smash through $200 this week, that'd be mmmm great thanks.

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If it could happen to Red Slobster, it could happen to AAPL

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Consider AAPL going up 10% each year. If you bought 10 shares in 2020, those 10 shares went up 10% in 2020, another 10% in 2021, etc. If you paid $100 per share when you bought them, each share was worth $110 in 2021, then $121 in 2022, then $133.10 in 2023, then 146.10 in 2024, etc.

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Of course, 2022 NVDA, GOOGL, MSFT, AAPL, ASML, etc were a classic example where the companies' moats never deteriorated, it was mainly macro and sentiment pulling them down due to rates and inflation. That's the prototypical buying opportunity I watch out for. These days I don't see any areas of the economy that look like that kind of opportunity. So I sit and I wait and I DCA index funds in my tax advantaged accounts.

120B annually and growing at insane rates. If you compare them to AAPL - different fundamentally, I know, but one of the largest companies in the world and one of the most successful investments of the last decade - NVDA's growth QoQ and YoY is about 50x, margin is 2x, and sales is 1/3. If momentum continues, that sales ratio will easily flip.

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NVDA is making the moves it takes to be the #1 company in the era of AI, I have no doubt they will dethrone AAPL and MSFT by the end of the year, especially if rate cuts actually happen.

Could have copy pasted this comment for the last few earnings (with different but still high market cap). Earnings is exactly what made their price look reasonable. They are not only on track to grow into the current valuation, but also on track to posting similar numbers like AAPL or MSFT. Each earnings they come closer to #1 and there are still enough doubters to surprise. WSB celebs are irrelevant, this isnt some meme stock, NVDA is the largest player in the AI revolution which is a giant leap for humanity and will take decades to play out.

AAPL spike

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AAPL $195 call strike piling up

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AAPL we are getting closer to $200 🍏🍏🍏

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me when i was bagholding AAPL calls *nearly down -50%*: EVERYBODY STOP SUING AAPL me when i sold those calls: ok AAPL is a monopoly and should be regulated

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AAPL not messing around

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The day I decide to come late. AAPL does a parabolic move fuck. Usual QQQ plays were 20c on open 🫠

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AAPL up? What happened to all that jive talk about discounting in China?

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TSLA earnings- everyone knows earnings will be shit so it goes up Meta earnings- Everyone knows it will be good so it goes down. Nflx earnings- everyone knows it will be good so down AAPL earnings- everyone knows it will be bad so up What does this say about Nvda earnings?

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AAPL man....

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AAPL absolutely parabolic is the last thing bears want to see

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Don't forget $AAPL has that huge buyback program going on!

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AAPL kinda sucking pre markwt

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One could have said this of AAPL a couple of years ago and now it would be a dubious statement. I definitely agree on holding MSFT for now but always stay vigilant on the moat and fundamentals

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This week I want big red on NVDA and big green on AAPL. Make it happen MMs 🫡

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AAPL is already more than 15% of BRK, I would choose another great company instead if you were to go with three stocks.

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Okay now this is the week AAPL hits $200

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VGT & VOO orrrrrrrrrr MSFT / AAPL / BRK/B!!!!

AMZN or AAPL leaps

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It did. He didn’t have the 100shares of AAPL to cover it back then… total price of 100shares was like $130,000… idk bro imagine he did SPY options he’d have to pay up 100pieces of spy which would be over $400k in losses 🤷‍♂️ personally i wouldn’t trade “naked options” but thts just me

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10:1 let's it run up to AAPL and MS without being well over $200. I hope it's 10:1.

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AAPL calls to make it all back

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NVDA is the godfather of internet 2.0 and the reduction of "employee cost burden" for CEOs globally. It's worth more than AAPL for sure.. probably Microsoft too in the long run. QCUDA, SCaaS, Soverign AI... they're out there dredging their moat deeper every day. Brilliant company.

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The whole market hangs on NVDA. If their earnings are not good enough, they'll just pull an AAPL and announce some stock buyback, extra dividend, etc, anything that helps lifting the stock price.

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NVDA dropping this week below 900 AAPL up to 195 eow

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You'll fractional shares of the 7: META, GOOG, AAPL, TSLA, AMZN, MSFT & NVDA!!!

By “those of you” you must mean my boomer parents. They made a shitload off AAPL and NVDA, among others. They gifted some of the earliest purchased shares to the grandkids to reduce tax burden.

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Google. Their whole business is gathering and analyzing data. This is where AI will get all its information. NVDA and AAPL are runners up, but I could see AAPL really picking up the pace with their implementation of AI for the next few years. Imagine every Apple device, every OS, every thing they make will have some sort of AI built in. When you combine that with all the Apple subscriptions and apps they will be unstoppable.

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This is more of a question regarding trading price action in general, but still hoping it's ok to ask here. QUESTION: Relative Strength of Components and Index, Who Moves Who? So one thing in day trading I've followed is monitoring say NQ futures, and then certain big constituents of it like AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, AMZN, etc. The theory is if the NQ as a whole takes a big downward dip, but a corresponding company that is part of it does not make the same exact movement, this demonstrates Relative Strength (RS) at that point. However I'm confused on some things on who exactly is moving who. Is the dog wagging the tail or vice versa or mix of both. 1 - Is it that a large institution(s) are selling the NQ index as a whole (i.e. NQ futures), or selling down the big components of it that causes NQ to tank? Or it's a mix? 2 - In the case of RS, if the NQ index as a whole moves down, but say AMZN doesn't move down as much, shouldn't one see in that slice of time a bigger volume spike on AMZN of some buying going on in it to maintain it "flatter" while the index overall moves down?

In your example, AAPL compounded at about 9.5445% per year.

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As you can see from the url for Apple its not AAPL in the url but rather the CIK number. To use that specific URL you would need to know the CIK number of whatever stock you want to track

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It’s worked for AAPL shareholders for 20 straight years

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Redditgarded moment. Shorting AAPL just as its chart is about to trend back up.

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Bah, that 1 loss was actually a win on AAPL but bugbet bugged out.

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Really hard to gauge NVDA. Consensus seems to be that they are dominant and order book backlog so should readily beat both earnings and revenue. They also have a huge backlog of orders so hard to imagine any hint of lowering guidance. In fact, probably raise guidance. But here is the kicker, this is what most people think and expect. This has a tendency or raising expectations significantly even beyond “whisper” numbers. I have been burned many times by companies beating estimates, solid guidance but flat or decline share price. Expectations are: - EPS = $5.18 (Q4 was $4.92 and LY q1 was $0.82) this is massive earnings growth. I think 5% earnings growth QoQ is too conservative. They grew 32% last QoQ. I am gonna estimate 20% increase from $4.92 to $5.90. - revenue = $24.27B. (Q4 was $22.1B and LY Q1 was $7.2B) They increased revenue 22% QoQ. Estimate is to increase 10%. Revenue is harder to scale with backlog and actual limiting of shipping demand. But they are also shifting to higher cost chips and margin. I think 15% rev growth is reasonable so $25.4B rev. If course these beats would also go into the full year guidance and even if they just incorporated the Q1 beat, would raise 12-month guidance. But likely raise future quarters as well as it would seem artificially low given Q1 beat. This is all my speculation and my point is even if this happens, because so many people including institutions expect this sort of beat, the stock may not jump as expected. Also, that 1000 ceiling is very real. But this earnings could well be the catalyst to break through and then hopefully the 1000 ceiling becomes support. Disclosure: no position in NVDA but have shares of TSMC (riding conservative coattails of NVDA, AMD and maybe even AAPL)

My performance with SPY is consistently bad. I mostly trade options on tickers like AAPL, TSLA, AMZN, AMD, GME, LLY etc.

Real Money. Start small. Have rules. I bought back Covered Calls for a $100 loss when AAPL went past my strike only to hve the price drop below strike right after I hit Send. Is the game rigged? Probably. There will be losers, keep them small.

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There have been exceptions like AAPL but more often than not a split signals a top. Wider distribution of exit liquidity. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226) See also CMG. ---Thanks Bill Ackman

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AAPL is #2 in cap with a sub $200 price. 5:1 is the only way to follow that.

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ha no kidding look at NVDA dividend .02% or a whopping .04 cents on a $900 stock, Even AAPL wow .53%, own both but not for the dividend

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