Apple Inc (AAPL)

137.59
+0.24(+0.17%)
Pre Market
138.58
+0.99(+0.72%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    135,428,434
  • Day's Range:
    132.61 - 140.70
  • 52 wk Range:
    123.13 - 182.94

AAPL Overview

Prev. Close
137.35
Day's Range
132.61-140.7
Revenue
386.02B
Open
139.09
52 wk Range
123.13-182.94
EPS
6.15
Volume
135,428,434
Market Cap
2.23T
Dividend (Yield)
0.92
(0.67%)
Average Vol. (3m)
97,807,202
P/E Ratio
22.36
Beta
1.23
1-Year Change
9.69%
Shares Outstanding
16,185,181,000
Next Earnings Date
Aug 02, 2022
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Apple Inc. designs, manufactures and markets smartphones, personal computers, tablets, wearables and accessories, and sells a variety of related services. The Company’s products include iPhone, Mac, iPad, and Wearables, Home and Accessories. iPhone is the Company’s line of smartphones based on its iOS operating system. Mac is the Company’s line of personal computers based on its macOS operating system. iPad is the Company’s line of multi-purpose tablets based on its iPadOS operating system. Wearables, Home and Accessories includes AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, HomePod, iPod touch and other Apple-branded and third-party accessories. AirPods are the Company’s wireless headphones that interact with Siri. Apple Watch is the Company’s line of smart watches. Its services include Advertising, AppleCare, Cloud Services, Digital Content and Payment Services. Its customers are primarily in the consumer, small and mid-sized business, education, enterprise and government markets.

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  • ABB INDIA CHAIRMAN MORTEN WIEROD LEFT THE COMPANY.....
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    • start accmulate on every dip
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      • Buy the dip while you can, you won't see these prices again..
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        • Yea 200 in couple years
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        • Stock buybacks keep pushing the stock higher and bears keep crying
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      • All these ridiculous price targets and predictions. Most Bears finally get it right this time after being wrong for about 2 years and then pretend like they know anything about trading. Just like the bulls saying back to all time high when they were bull trapped into that "higher high" in April. If you're short or have puts, great. If you're long,I hope you have covered calls, or puts or have some sort of bearish positions on something. For myself, I took out 15% of my Jun 150 put position at 155, 150, 145, 140, then took it down to 10% left at 135 today. He realistic with price targets. If you're calling price targets and it happens to get there, that doesn't mean you knew anything, unless you provide technical or fundamental reasons why it will go there. That would be impressive. Belching out numbers without reason just means you trade based on hope and probably lose
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        • thanks for the "wisdom"
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      • Little Selling pressure before weekend
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        • Keep watching the channels, this time seriously talking. 2 hours left of opex.
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          • 1 hr of opex. Technically longer are still obeyed.
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        • 128 support
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          • On the way to 85
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          • We'll probably have to go all the way back to 2008. Target $ 8
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        • Panic!!! The daily channel is breaking down. If you don't beleive in algos then just look at the charts.
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          • I have a strong belief that inflation will not go away. This is going to continue to be a problem. We can look at a black swan event in inflation. It can be an oil shock, natural gas shock or agricultural shock. It will force the Fed to raise interest rates. The US Federal Reserve will start, but it will create so much chaos that the Fed must stop. There are too many similarities between now and the late 1960s and early 1970s, and they cannot be ignored. At that time, inflation increased by around 5–6% per year - much more today. And then, in 1973, it was the black swan - the oil embargo. The oil went from $ 4 a barrel up to $ 15 a barrel literally overnight. And it triggered a huge wave of inflation psychology. And the Fed raised interest rates aggressively. Some go so far as to compare this time just before the Depression of the 1920s, which lasted for over 10 years
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            • Posted this one a while ago
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            • A recession alone would take care of inflation. You are just assuming the worst like a lot of panic sellers. no big deal
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          • Buy and hold herd how is it going? Load on shorts now and hold to summer.
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            • Still good. Covered calls and long puts have far outweighed any unrealized loss. I've definitely bought a lot of puts and I'm still holding. Got Jun 150 puts when it was still above 160. I also have puts and shorts in other stocks also. Not all the buy and hold people expect it to go up every day or year.
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