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Tomorrow adding Apple Puts to Volatility Portfolio as a hedge on market panic

Financial markets opened this morning down about as much as the overnight futures threatened. As of 11 a.m. the Standard & Poor's 500 is down 6.35%, which is actually an improvement from the open when the S&P 500 fell by 7% triggering a market wide trading halt in stocks. On past history, sometime today we […]

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Apple says it won’t make revenue guidance for the quarter that ends in March

Breaking news: Today Apple said it won't meet revenue guidance for the March quarter due to work slowdowns and lower demand due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in China. In it guidance for the quarter, issued on January 28, Apple had given an larger than usual range for revenue in the March quarter due to […]

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Notes You Need for December 6: Amazon shipping delays, home buyers aging, truck orders, AI, Apple 2020 products, Macao gaming, GE’s penny dividend, Qualcomm fine

In my daily trawling through the market I come upon lots of tidbits of knowledge that I think are important to investors but that don't justify a full post. I've decided to start compiling these notes here each day in a kind of running mini blog that I'm calling Notes You Need. I launched this new […]

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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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How does a company navigate this tariff mess? Apple gets tariff waivers on 10 Chinese parts but not on 5 others.

Today, Monday, September 30, the office of the U.S. Trade Representative denied Apple's (AAPL) request for relief from 25% tariffs on the  optional wheels for the Mac Pro, a circuit board for managing input and output ports, power adapter, charging cable and a cooling system for the computer’s processor. The decision comes about a week after […]

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Notes You Need for April 9: Retail closings, GenZ buying preferences, Pinterest IPO, FB target price, 5G chips, IMF global GDP forecast

In my daily trawling through the market I come upon lots of tidbits of knowledge that I think are important to investors but that don't justify a full post. I've decided to start compiling these notes here each day in a kind of running mini blog that I'm calling Notes You Need. I launched this new […]

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Special Report: 10 Most Dangerous Stocks in Earnings Season–first nine picks

That famous futures trader Marc Antony famously said "Beware the Ides of April." Okay, the guy had a mixed performance record. Short Brutus but long Cleopatra. But his advice about April 2019 is good. The Ides of April fall on the 13th of the month. And what promises to be a wild earnings season begins […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, on a Sunday, for the week ahead expect…

...earnings from big name market movers such as Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN) to be more important market drivers than the Federal Reserve meeting, the resumption of China trade talks, and the January jobs report. That's quite a bit of macro news, but I think earnings reports from these stocks have the ability to cut […]

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Apple moves big in battery wars

Apple (AAPL) has hired Samsung's head of global battery development, Soonho Ahn. At Samsung SDI, the battery-producing affiliate of Samsung Electronics, Ahn led development of lithium battery packs and worked on next generation battery technology. Two ways that this move is important. First, it's part of Apple's drive to bring more of its iPhone component's […]

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U.S. stocks take a beating as weak manufacturing index follows on Apple sales warning

Last night's warning from Apple that sales for the December quarter would be well below the company's earlier guidance bled into a weaker than expected reading this morning  from the Purchasing Managers Index for the Manufacturing sector. The ISM Manufacturing Index fell to 54.1 in December from 59.3 in November. Economists had forecast a reading […]

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