AAPL Stock: With a 5 wave looking advance from 138.57, there are now enough gyrations to suggest that wave [v] could be completed, a strong reversal back below 142.00 is needed to support further downside, although if …
MarketWatch reports that Goldman raised its 12-month target for AAPL stock from $133 to $150 ... Ben Lovejoy is a British technology writer and EU Editor for 9to5Mac. He’s known for his op-eds and diary pieces, …
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Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Apple Inc. (AAPL). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis: Company Description: Apple Inc. is a prominent provider of hardware including iPhone …
Apple's stock has already been riding a roller coaster for the past year, topping at nearly $133, dropping 30 percent to $92 and then rallying again to nearly $124. Then after its most recent earnings report was a …
If you are a believer of half-baked technical analysis, then you should load up on AAPL puts and ride another 40% slide on the AAPL stock price to $268. Apple announced disappointing earnings results last week. The main …
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AAPL is a good example. It is a popular retail stock, with adequate liquidity for just about any Trading Style. However, liquidity is not the issue. Last week the discussion was on what different Market Participant Groups …
If history is any guide, Apple stock will go up in the next few days, between Wednesday's official launch event and the actual on-sale date of the new iPhone 7. According to UBS analysts Steven Milunovich and Benjamin …
iPhone
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) one the most manipulated stocks of 2012 continues the trend into 2013. Most technicians would agree that when viewing a chart of Apple Inc. stock there appears to be some …
The stock was one of the biggest percentage losers on the S&P 500, dropping 5.2 percent to $545.56 at one point as more than 17 million shares changed hands, putting it on track to surpass the company's average daily …
I have a major pet peeve with people who constantly refer to Apple’s stock as “APPL” instead of its true stock ticker, “AAPL”. While it just might make more sense for it to be APPL, the truth is that it’s not. So when I see …