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Earnings News: Apple Inc (AAPL), Herbalife Ltd (HLF)

28 October 2013 | 11:28 pm Although Wall Street closed mixed on Monday, the S&P 500 hit another record high as investors weighed corporate earnings ahead of the Federal Reserves two-day policy meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday. http://www.ibtimes.com/earnings-news-apple-inc-aapl-herbalife-ltd-hlf-1444720

Apple Kept Red in After-Hours Trading

28 October 2013 | 9:24 pm AAPL stock sold off aggressively in the first minutes of after-hours trading today. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/apple-kept-red-hours-trading-212443298.html

Apple (AAPL) Earnings Release Q4 2013: Results Exceed Wall Street Expectations

28 October 2013 | 8:56 pm Apple Inc. ( NASDAQ: AAPL ) announced earnings for its fourth fiscal quarter (third calendar quarter) of 2013 on Monday, reporting $37.5 billion in revenue and $7.5 in profit, or $8.26 per diluted share share. http://www.ibtimes.com/apple-aapl-earnings-release-q4-2013-results-exceed-wall-street-expectations-1444502

AAPL Stock Quote – Apple Inc. Stock Price Today (AAPL:NASDAQ …

29 October 2013 | 3:36 am Updated stock quote for aapl – including aapl stock price today, earnings and estimates, stock charts, news, futures and other investing data. http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/aapl

Over half analysts surveyed expect AAPL to beat its own high-end …

28 October 2013 | 12:45 pm As we wait for Apple to announce its Q4 results in this afternoon's earnings call, more than half of the analysts included in Fortune's survey expect the company to beat its high-end guidance of $37B. The average is driven up  http://9to5mac.com/2013/10/28/over-half-analysts-surveyed-expect-aapl-to-beat-its-own-high-end-guidance-today/

Apple Earnings Preview: Were Nine Million iPhones Enough? (AAPL)

28 October 2013 | 11:45 am In true Apple style, it will play its normal fashionably-late game where it doesn't report until 5:00 p.m. ET. An Apple earnings report is arguably the most talked-about of any report each season but the two recent Apple product  http://www.benzinga.com/news/earnings/13/10/4026111/apple-earnings-preview-were-nine-million-iphones-enough-aapl

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11 Responses to AAPL

  • Justin Case says:

    When Does A Stock Reach It’s Analyst “price Target”? For instance, an AAPL price target is $540. How long does this particular analyst believe it will take for it to reach that price?

  • How Do I Invest In Stocks? I am 18 so I can invest in stocks now! I am brand new to this so I need some step by step help! What is the best website to do it on and also which stock am i more likely to make money on:

    • Curator says:

      I’ve answered this for somebody, but basically, you shouldn’t just rush into the stock market without knowing what you’re getting into. You can easily lose all of the money you initially invest. And fast.

      The stock market is entirely experience-based. Being ignorant and oblivious to how the market works will lead to failure. It’s all about street smarts, which takes time to develop.

      Disney and Apple aren’t exactly cheap stocks. They seem like good companies since you know about their brands, but that doesn’t mean you can easily buy some of their stocks.

      At the time of writing, Disney’s stock (DIS) is at $65.16, and Apple’s stock (AAPL) is at $491.10. Almost nobody trades less than at least 100 shares, since you wouldn’t even be able to earn enough for the commissions fees, most of the time, unless there’s a huge jump or drop in price due to a fluctuating stock. 100 x that value is, well, yeah. Probably more than you’d like to invest.

      These two stocks are considered “blue chips”; that is to say, they’re large corporations that are heavily influenced by market conditions and the news, and can cause a chain effect to other blue chips corporations from how it moves. For beginners, these can easily lead to huge losses since you can’t properly predict their movement just yet.

      It’s best you took some time to just analyze companies, news, and the market indexes (such as the S&P). They teach a lot in terms of where the market’s headed, and how they affect it.

      Since you’ll likely just trade stocks, you should have at least $5,000 to begin with, with the least being $3,000 if you’re doing cheap (likely penny) stocks. Otherwise, continue to save up and just use the time to practice using test accounts (usually available by most brokers), or even just use a Google/Yahoo! Portfolio and “pretend” you’re buying/selling stocks.

      Only start investing once you have confidence, and are willing to accept losses.

      Now regarding the Disney/Apple decision, there is no answer to “which stock am I more likely to make money on”. It’s just not possible to answer it, since both stocks go up and down from regular activity.

      Making profit off the stock market is entirely subjective to how well you predict the stock’s movement. If you buy in when you know it’s going to go up, and it does, you’ll earn profit. If you sell when you know it’s going to go down, you’ll protect your capital, or earn more (if you try your hand at short selling).

      I suggest you do more research, and once you have a better idea of what the stock market is, you should ask more specific questions as to what you’re interested in achieving. (Just figuring out how to earn money from the stock market isn’t exactly a good enough topic to inquire about.)

  • Pistachio says:

    Where Do You See Apple Stock Headed? Ok, so, I have 20 shares of apple. ((by the way I am new to investing)) I honestly don’t like the new phones just released. I don’t think the Chinese are going to fall for them. I don’t think adults (over 18) would really want to buy a colorful glossy phone–specially when you’re going to put a case over it. And I don’t think the 5s is innovative enough to cause much excitement here in the US.

    My question is, do you think the stock will keep going down just for cellular reasons? How much of Apple is covered by their phone market? Should I pull out now? Wait till the phone is actually released? Perhaps I should not be investing since I am not very good at it 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Since Jobs died, he took AAPL with him. Now no one knows how to run this company. A CEO appointed from within has never been a good sign for a company. Within 18 months, AAPL will fall below $300.

    • Curator says:

      Apple unveils iPhone 5S and $99 iPhone 5C Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) CEO Tim Cook unveiled the two new iPhones on Tuesday at an event at the company’s Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.

      The new flagship iPhone 5S is similar in appearance to last year’s iPhone 5, but it’s twice as fast thanks to Apple’s new A7 chip. Other hardware upgrades include a beefed-up camera with a dual-LED flash to improve color balance, and a new M7 “co-processor” that measures motion data — a valuable feature for health and fitness apps.

      New features of the iPhone 5S include slow-motion video and a camera “burst mode” that shoots 10 frames per second.

      And the most futuristic iPhone 5S rumor proved to be true: The new iPhone includes a “Touch ID” fingerprint sensor built into the home button. Users can simply touch to unlock the phone, and they can scan their fingerprints instead of entering passwords for apps like iTunes.


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