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From down 95% to up 99%, don't give up retards. It's only a loss when you give up, not when you sell at a loss. Bought AAPL Puts with my last 250$ when it hit 3 trillion valuation followed by Qualcomm and PNC Puts since they were both near all time highs. Made a killing on PANW puts after that.
All data from [Finviz](https://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=AAPL&ty=c&p=d&b=1) - I have a script to pull data from there for my watchlist - just changed the list to the S&P 500 instead. One other bit of strangeness I didn't realize - negative incomes aren't counted but just counted as zero instead. If you counted negative incomes, you'd get a total PE of around 25.6. Not too different, but interesting.
I think the bear case for NFLX is that they are competing against folks who are content losing money on streaming. AAPL and AMZN have other revenue streams and are fine to break even so can essentially overpay for content. Disney can sell merch or theme park tickets while breaking even too.
I want some of what you are smoking. I'm thinking more of 425 to open. y'all think AAPL gonna save you. Remember they cut production by 10 million phones last quarter. How's that gonna impact last quarters earnings? ya cant make money on phones you that you didn't produce or sell. Jobs report? who cares? We are at max employment. Baked in.
this is true here. Maybe in a crash a a huge event...but these days, how long for AAPL, NVDA to reach all time high again, no kidding...if uncle Biden print something in a couple of months you will see NVDA at 412 dollars .
AAPL earning is pivotal tomorrow. Not only it's the largest holding in the biggest index EFTs, but also it is strongly tied to consumer sentiment, especially discretionary spend, which is a key indicator to US GDP (70% from consumer spending).
If we dip hard over next 4-8 weeks into first first hike.....what are you looking to add to your long term port/leaps? For me port...MSFT, AMD, AAPL, COST, BA, GOOG....leaps on F, TTD, DIS, BF.B. Gamble on FUBO at $8, PLTR at $7
Uo to Europoors, if they pull out like Asian markets doesn't matter what AAPL does. But blowing ER is highly unlikely no one can afford their products with 7% inflation risk and let alone the underhype for the iPhone 13
I hold AAPL. Chip shortage may continue on downward trend for future guidance. I order a few items from AAPL for the holidays. It took me 2 months to get them. It was a combination of demand, COVID, chip shortage etc. I’ll probably add to my position slowly every month. I’m not diving in until the shortage is manageable or over. Apple supply constraints continue ahead of Q1 2022 earnings report on Thursday https://9to5mac.com/2022/01/24/apple-supply-constraints-continue-ahead-of-q1-2022-earnings-report-on-thursday/amp/
Yea this is incredibly off-putting and shortsighted. Possibly stupidest post of the day. Maybe the week. Honestly maybe the month. Nobody wants to be in a bear market. Not even bears. This is an actual fact. Its ramifications stretch beyond whether or not you (the stock picking boy wonder) find the next AAPL at its low (hint: you will not and even if you did you'd sell it for a loss because you're a dumbshit in the middle of a bear market). A bear market represents a slowing, faltering, contracting, or broken economy. You know, like during the Great Depression and Great Recession (some of its greatest hits). I find it hilarious that you think it's some sort of opportunity to "get back in" after you failed completely to recognize and get in on the greatest bull run in history. Yet somehow during a bear market (something which you have zero understanding of) you will get it right. Son, you won't even find a job if we go bear market. The tech startup with the blue haired receptionist that you want to intern for and ultimately join won't exist. All your favorite Wendy's? Closed for good. Please grow up before posting more garbage. I'm embarrassed for you.
Man idk if I should hold these calls. They all expire in March. AAPL: $160 SPY: $430 (I did buy MSFT but I did that to play earnings for the first time, $320) These bears and the way the markets have been acting is insane.
My personal "blue chip " stocks are MSFT, AAPL, MA, COST, GOOG, which all outperform SPY, which is why I hold them. Out of what you named, no, I don't see any point in holding stocks that underperform the index they're apart of.
Does anyone else remember when all the biggest names (Goldman, JP Morgan, etc) went on record in Dec ‘21 saying that 2022 is going to be a blow out year for growth? Well, u fuckers got me… in less than a month after that prognostic bullshit I’m bagholding AAPL shares and down about $55,000 - $65,000 depending on how horrible the current day is
When are you people going to stop looking at the futes... especially now. Doesn't matter if they're red or green... look at the reversals all fucking week. We know that... there are NO **immediate** rate hikes, the market has already corrected and priced in at least 4 hikes later this year, MSFT and TSLA had great earnings with AAPL on deck AND the economy is fundamentally sound. Ber r fuk.
Tens of thousands of traders, judging by open interest. Also tens of thousands with calls. RobinHood option chain. https://www.cboe.com/delayed_quotes/hood/quote_table. AAPL option chain. https://www.cboe.com/delayed_quotes/AAPL/quote_table
finally jmj is banned lmao. He just posts some random numbers all the time Snippet of what we will miss tomorrow - 'Volatility ahead of AAPL earnings, key support level for SPY: 432, 431, 430, key resistance level for SPY: 434, 435, 436. Up down sideways all possible options'
TSLA earnings were rather poor especially projecting a downer year in 2022. They made 2.3 billion in profit which is what Apple makes every week. They have a 27% profit margin and Apple has 45%. Their battery and solar business went down 8% so it just the cars generating growth, however modest. Furthermore by the end of 2022 Tesla will have lots of new competition from very determined major automakers in Europe, Japan and the US. TSLA would be a fine stock if it wasn't 300% overvalued. It now has one third the market cap of AAPL. Apple makes 25 times as much money with much more loyal longterm customers and much less competition. I have no skin in this game but clearly TSLA is a sell. It's 300% premium is almost all because of Musk's cult like celebrity status. And yet as much of a genius as he may be, he seems less and less interested in being a CEO or running a company.
The great thing about AAPL stock is they buyback over 3% of their shares every year. No other big cap tech does this. MSFT is second but only buys back 1% a year. Stock price goes up when shares disappear every year and growth remains stable.