Posts Tagged ‘Apple’s earnings’

Bears Get Two (Hundred) for Flinching

9:00am (EST) Raise your hand if you know who or what the “Gang of Six” is.  It’s been a couple of years but the Gang of Six came back to life and helped the bulls push key resistance levels (once again) as the market finished nearly 2% higher on Tuesday. Read more

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Apple's (AAPL) New Toys Impress Wall Street

9:00am (EST) Yesterday started off good for the bears but ended better for bulls as they overcame a huge drop at the open and managed to turn the tables by the end of the day.  The market fell 1% at the opening bell, but the losses were capped at the supportRead more

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Will Apple (AAPL) Split After The Bell?

1:00pm (EST)  Futures were already pointing towards a sharply lower open this morning after a number of “disappointing” earnings announcements, but the Dow is holding three fingers up as it struggles to stay afloat above the 10,000 level. It’s been all about the revenue numbers, and we mentioned this asRead more

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How You Like Them Apple(s)?

9:00am (EST)     The bulls continue to battle back from last Friday’s debacle after they pushed the Dow higher by 25 points, or 0.2%, as the index closed at 11,117 on Tuesday.  The blue chips started off in positive territory and the bears landed their only punch about an hour laterRead more

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Apple Could Surprise

We have a big week of earnings and Apple (AAPL, $97.26, down $0.14) will get things rolling on Tuesday. The stock hit a low of $85 on October 10 and rebounded to $116 a few days later which shows that the volatility can be extreme. There are various opinions onRead more

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Apple Beats, Outlook Disappoints

You can always expect an extreme move in Apple’s (AAPL, $152.52, down $13.77) stock the day after an earnings announcement. Another thing you can expect is for Apple to beat Wall Street’s expectations — they have for eight straight quarters — and yesterday was no different. The company reported earningsRead more

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