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Apple (AAPL)

iPhone sales up in China continuing Apple revenue momentum

Apple (AAPL) shipped 10 million iPhones in China during September and October, according to Bloomberg. That would be an increase of 6% from the same period in 2019. The projections add to speculation that sales of the iPhone 11 are running ahead of Wall Street expectations. In an effort to increase iPhone sales in China […]

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Nvidia (NVDA)

Nvidia climbing with chip rally, keeping as Jubak Pick

After the close on November 14 Nvidia (NVDA) announced fiscal third quarter 2020 quarterly earnings of $1.78 a share, 20 cents a share above the Wall Street consensus. Revenue of $3.10 billion was $92.21 million above projections. Chip stocks are currently among the hottest performers in the technology sector and the market as a while. […]

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Xilinx (XLNX)

Adding Xilinx to my Volatility Portfolio as one last FOMO pick through the end of the year

On November 6 I added chip maker Xilinx (XLNX) to my Volatility Portfolio as one last FOMO pick to go with Skyworks Solutions (SWKS) and Cirrus Logic (CRUS). The stock closed that day at $93.77. It closed essentially unchanged at $93.29 today. My argument for the timing of this buy is that investors and especially […]

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Disney (DIS)

Disney hits new record price on launch of streaming service

The bad news is that 10 million customers tried to sign up for Disney+ on Tuesday, intermittently crashing the website for Disney's (DIS) new streaming service. The good news is that 10 million customers flocked to the newly launched streaming service and by Day Two  issues had fallen to a rate of 200 to 500 […]

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JD.Com (JD)

Adding JD.Com to my Volatility Portfolio on strength of Singles’ Day performance and ahead of Friday’s earnings report

Last time I owned Alibaba (BABA) e-commerce competitor JD.Com (JD) I got a 25% short-term pop. I think it's time to go back to that trade again. JD.Com sold $29.17 billion in goods during the recently completed Singles' Day shopping frenzy. That was a new record for JD.Com and even through the company's sales volume […]

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Apple (AAPL)

Apple beats on earnings per share and raises holiday quarter forecast

After the close today Apple reported fiscal fourth quarter revenue of $64 billion. That was up from $62.9 billion in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 and above the $63 billion consensus forecast from Wall Street analysts. Net income dropped to $13.7 billion from $14.1 billion. Earnings per share, however, rose to $3.05 from $2.91 […]

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Merck (MRK)

Merck continues to ride cancer drug Keytruda higher

 Shares of Merck (MRK) closed up 3.50% today, October 29, after the company reported better than expected third quarter earnings. On a Non-GAAP basis earnings of $1.51 a share beat the Wall Street consensus by 27 cents a share. Revenue of $12.4 billion fell 6.7% year over year but beat analysts projections of $11.64 billion. […]

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McDonald's (MCD)

Implications of McDonald’s earnings miss

On October 22 McDonald's (MCD) reported third quarter earnings of $2.11 a share. That was a big 11 cents a share below Wall Street expectations. Revenue of $5.43 billion for the quarter was up just 1.1% year over year and $40 million below Wall Street consensus. The shares, which closed at $210.11 on October 21 […]

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Twilio (TWLO)

Re-adding tech pick Twilio to my Volatility Portfolio

On October 18 I made Twilio (TWLO) one of my 3 picks for the next wave in tech profits in my Special Report of that name. Here's a standalone post on that stock for bookkeeping purposes: Twilio is  my favorite play in the red-hot cloud software platform sector. (To keep you up with the jargon, Twilio […]

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Amazon (AMZN)

An Amazon quarter disappoints but not for the usual reasons

You know what an "Amazon quarter" feels like right? Lots of revenue growth but no earnings as capital spending eats profits? Well, that's sort of what the company delivered today. But not quite. And the not quite is important. Usually an Amazon quarter is distinguished by a big jump in capital spending and operating expenses. […]

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