Apple Inc. (AAPL)

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NASDAQ
Prev Close 163.76
Open 164.02
Day Low/High 159.72 / 164.96
52 Wk Low/High 116.21 / 170.30
Volume 117.75M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 16406.40B
Market Cap 2703.28B
P/E Ratio 42.40
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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The Key to the Market Today Will Be the Close

The Key to the Market Today Will Be the Close

If there is a strong finish, then we should start seeing more interest from buyers that have been scared away recently.

Thursday's Selloff in Apple Doesn't Scare Me at All: Here's My Play

Thursday's Selloff in Apple Doesn't Scare Me at All: Here's My Play

One five star analyst increased his target price, calling Omicron variant concerns a 'clear and present' buying opportunity for AAPL.

Longer Term (Marrying) Opportunities May Now Be Developing

* Ss over Ns?   As always, the markets represent challenges -- more so in the last few weeks than in a long time.   Recently I remarked that the narrowness (of The Nifty Seven) signaled overall market concerns and that the volatility in the capital ...

The Indexes Are Covering Up a Major Market Correction

The Indexes Are Covering Up a Major Market Correction

In the last 30 days, around 95% of stocks are down 25% or more, but the S&P 500 is down only 4%.

A Splash of Cold Water Hits the Market

A Splash of Cold Water Hits the Market

We have a Realization Day -- here's what investors 'noticed' and what it means. Also, let's look under the hood, hold our nose, and see what a Thursday rally could mean.

This Correction Is More Complicated Than a Covid Variant

This Correction Is More Complicated Than a Covid Variant

The mood is growing grim, and it is a good time to contemplate something I often say during times like these.

Market Decimated

Away from Apple and Microsoft ,  the market is just being decimated with no bids in sight.

Breakout Buyers Can't Catch a Break Right Now

Breakout Buyers Can't Catch a Break Right Now

In a uncertain market such as the current one where little can be trusted, traders often are plagued by rejected breakouts.

Markets Stunned, Apple, Powell, Trading Salesforce, CrowdStrike, Viacom, Disney

Markets Stunned, Apple, Powell, Trading Salesforce, CrowdStrike, Viacom, Disney

Jerome Powell must be very worried about Omicron and the variant's ability to prolong inflation where it might have started to ebb.

Hawkish Powell Comments Claw at Market

Hawkish Powell Comments Claw at Market

An already beleaguered market got whipped after traders looking for dovish words from the Fed chief got taken by surprise.

It's Slim Pickings When TLT Has One of the Best Looking Charts

It's Slim Pickings When TLT Has One of the Best Looking Charts

I'm sitting this one out, but if you're looking for a technical breakout, TLT along with Apple are two of the few decent charts out there.

Powell Delivers a Sucker Punch

Powell Delivers a Sucker Punch

Fundamentals simply don't matter right now, so there's little rush to make new buys.

Look for Solar's Ability to Power Portfolios to Grow in Years Ahead

Look for Solar's Ability to Power Portfolios to Grow in Years Ahead

The solar industry is gaining its footing and trends indicate investing in solar equity plays should pay down the road.

Who Loves This Market?

Who Loves This Market?

For those ultra-committed traders that plan on trading today, good luck.

Twitter Languishes Back Where It Started 8 Years Ago but Merits a Fresh Look

Twitter Languishes Back Where It Started 8 Years Ago but Merits a Fresh Look

Shares of the social media giant have produced zero net return since its IPO, yet it's a better company today than it was then.

FAANG Still Has Teeth, Even If It Doesn't Have All Its Old Letters

FAANG Still Has Teeth, Even If It Doesn't Have All Its Old Letters

Let's chart FAANG's resurgence, as investors still show an appetite for the tech stocks.

Just Nifty

* Monday's conspicuous candle reversal in the Nasdaq (especially in semiconductors) may be a bearish short-term market signpost * I expect that we have reached or are approaching the end of "The Great Divide" and in the extreme market narrowness tha...

It's a Mess Out There, and the Indexes Are Covering It Up

It's a Mess Out There, and the Indexes Are Covering It Up

Strength in a few big-cap names continues to hide very vicious correctional action in the majority of stocks.

Wall Street Jumps as Punch-Drunk Stocks Tumble

Wall Street Jumps as Punch-Drunk Stocks Tumble

Monday was a continuation of the weakness in many names already slumping -- the only difference is everyone noticed the reverse.

Can Apple's Leadership Spread Out to the Rest of the Market?

Can Apple's Leadership Spread Out to the Rest of the Market?

Apple looks like it can sustain its uptrend.

Electric Vehicle Tech Is Running Hot, but Will It Soon Burn Out?

Electric Vehicle Tech Is Running Hot, but Will It Soon Burn Out?

With Tesla's out-of-this-world valuation, recent IPO pops, advances by Apple, and potential 'old auto' dark horses, are we watching a bubble ... or something else?

Several Factors Are Impacting the Market Action

Several Factors Are Impacting the Market Action

I remain optimistic about stock picking and trading as we head into Thanksgiving week.

McCarthy Stalls, Europe's COVID Surge, Mad Love for Ford, Apple's Car Play

McCarthy Stalls, Europe's COVID Surge, Mad Love for Ford, Apple's Car Play

Plus, the headline numbers don't come close to telling the story of Thursday's action in the equity markets, which had a case of bad breadth.

The Indexes Are Hiding Extreme Rotational Action and a Lot of Losers

The Indexes Are Hiding Extreme Rotational Action and a Lot of Losers

The Nasdaq set a record on Thursday for the most stocks hitting new 12-month lows while the index was reaching new all-time highs.

An Everything Rally? Are You Joking?

An Everything Rally? Are You Joking?

It absolutely boggles my mind that investment professionals can fail to see the two-tiered nature of the market action.

A Failure to Recognize the Obvious Truths

A Failure to Recognize the Obvious Truths

Prices for everything are rising and it's a vicious, vicious circle. Here's where to invest now.

From The Street of Dreams (Part Trois)

Morgan Stanley raises its price target from $51 to $53 and keeps its overweight rating.  Sonos' fiscal 2022 revenue guidance is well above consensus - reflecting a healthy penetration of the addressable market  "which is essentially all developed ma...

Here's How the Indexes Are Misrepresenting What's Really Happening in the Market

Here's How the Indexes Are Misrepresenting What's Really Happening in the Market

The indexes have been hiding poor action in growth stocks and better action in small-caps.