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Short puts for AAPL earnings

AAPL reported earnings yesterday after market close. Before they reported, I sold the Nov 113 weekly puts for 1.10CR. I went with the 10 days to expiry just to give me some time in case the trade did not go my way. 162 more words

Earnings Play

Stock market slides as Apple dips post-earnings

”U.S. stocks closed mostly lower Wednesday as Apple Inc., the largest U.S. company by market cap, tumbled, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average bucked the trend thanks to Boeing Inc., which soared on robust earnings,” Sue Chang reports for MarketWatch. 192 more words


Analyst: Apple must diversify its revenue

”Apple is in a good position with its iPhone 7 now but eventually it must rely less on iPhones,” Scott Gamm reports for TheStreet. “‘”They need to eventually come out with something outside of the iPhone,’ said Angelo Zino, an equity analyst at CFRA Research. 164 more words


Why Analysts Are So Mixed on Upside Around Apple iPhone Guidance

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) remains the most valuable company in the world by market cap. It is also one of the top companies followed by the public and by the analyst community. 685 more words


Apple executives shift focus to services business

”Fifteen years ago this week, Apple launched the iPod, unleashing a wave of disruption over the music industry and reviving the fortunes of what was then a struggling computer company,” Tim Bradshaw reports for The Financial Times. 288 more words


AAPL on target to low $100s

On Monday we posted on our facebook page, see here, that AAPL would most likely drop on earnings and target low $100s. True to form it did :-) That’s the power of combining several forms of technical analyses and not use opinion. 146 more words


Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Baker Hughes, Chipotle, Dollar General, GM, Lowe's, Under Armour and More

Stocks were indicated lower after Apple disappointed on earnings and other key earnings reports are not showing much upside. The theme we have seen for about five years now is that investors still are willing to buy each pullback. 779 more words