Video: Apple’s Most Important iPhone Ever

Video: Apple’s Most Important iPhone Ever

JIM’S VIDEO: I still own an Apple iPhone 5, and every year I look at the new models, and their ever higher prices, and I say, “No, not yet.” That reaction was even stronger this year when Apple announced its prices for the new top-of-the-line iPhone XX Max would begin at $1099, and go up to $1499.

Notes You Need for May 4: Apple and Buffett, Argentina again, more from Musk and Tesla, Buffett and IBM, earnings growth exceeds expectations, U.S. rig count, return of FAANG

Notes You Need for May 4: Apple and Buffett, Argentina again, more from Musk and Tesla, Buffett and IBM, earnings growth exceeds expectations, U.S. rig count, return of FAANG

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. A representative item resembles this from today: “11:40 a.m.: Warren Buffett says Berkshire Hathaway has completely sold all its shares of IBM. At the end of the fourth quarter, Berkshire Hathaway held 2.05 million shares of IBM.”

Buying Apple January 18 calls at $225 ahead of earnings

Tech wrecks U.S. stock market again today

After a week when plunging prices for chip makers made it hard for the U.S. indexes to make much headway, even after earnings beats from companies such as Netflix (NFLX), today the software and advertising technology stocks joined in the rout. That sent the Standard & Poor’s 500 down 0.85% to 2668. Apple (AAPL) continued its role as heavy for the week falling another 4.1%.

Buying Apple January 18 calls at $225 ahead of earnings

Energy and financials can’t hold up the market

Worries about smart phone and chip demand hit stocks hard today–and a rise in commodity prices, while good for commodity producers raised fears of higher inflation. As of 3 p.m. New York time, the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index was off 0.79% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was lower by 0.43%.

Notes You Need for May 4: Apple and Buffett, Argentina again, more from Musk and Tesla, Buffett and IBM, earnings growth exceeds expectations, U.S. rig count, return of FAANG

Notes You Need for April 3: Declines in household net worth, Brazil elections, Apple, INTC, Eurozone manufacturing, TSLA, F, GM

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. A representative item resembles this from today: “11:20 a.m.: Yesterday Bloomberg reported that Apple (AAPL) is planning to use its own chips in its Mac computers as early as 2020. Those computers currently run on Intel (INTC) chips and Apple is the source of about 5% of Intel’s revenue. The change would replace the only  major processor components designed by a company other than Apple from Apple’ products line and would give Apple control of the timelines for introducing new models rather than relying on Intel’s schedule for new processors.”