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United Technologies: An attractive name becomes even more so.
The move in Facebook's shares makes a lot of sense.
The online giant continues to monetize its massive user base.
They view the iPhone giant like just another hardware company, but they aren't considering brand loyalty and "razor blade" revenue.
With IV this high, execute a bullish call spread to take advantage of potential for a nice pop.
Tech giant is no longer a growth stock, but a mature industrial.
Despite near-term weakness, Apple's long-term story and numerous catalysts remain intact.
Figuring out what multiple makes sense is a challenge; but here are some analogies that could work.

Intermediate Trade: Facebook Real Money Pro($)

A play on FB ahead of the Fed rate announcement.
Company provides a view of just how extensive its ecosystem has become.

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