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Apple Inc. (AAPL) Option Trader Places a $57 Million Bet

4 June 2014 | 6:42 pm Option Brief: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) notched … ( Read More ) http://www.schaeffersresearch.com/marketcenters/optionscenter/content/apple+inc+aapl+option+trader+places+a+$57+million+bet/default.aspx?ID=121369

TheStreet Ratings Team Reiterates 'Buy' Rating On Apple (AAPL) Stock

4 June 2014 | 6:33 pm NEW YORK (TheStreet) –TheStreet Ratings team reiterated its "buy" rating on Apple Inc. with a ratings score of B+. Shares of Apple are up 1.60% to $647.74 on Wednesday.TheStreet Ratings Team has this to say about their recommendation:MustRead:Warren Buffett's 25 Favorite Stocks STOCKS TO BUY: TheStreet Quant Ratings has identified a handful of stocks that can potentially TRIPLE in the next … http://www.thestreet.com/story/12733793/1/thestreet-ratings-team-reiterates-buy-rating-on-apple-aapl-stock.html?cm_ven=RSSFeed

Will This Price Target Increase Help Apple Stock Today?

4 June 2014 | 6:10 pm Apple's (AAPL) price target was increased to $710 from $660 by analysts at Canaccord on Tuesday. Click to view a price quote on AAPL . Click to research the Consumer Durables industry. http://thestreet.com.feedsportal.com/c/34634/f/633968/s/3b20cbd9/sc/2/l/0L0Sthestreet0N0Cstory0C127312530C10Cwill0Ethis0Eprice0Etarget0Eincrease0Ehelp0Eapple0Eappl0Estock0Etoday0Bhtml0Dcm0Iven0FRSSFeed/story01.htm

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): What You Should Know About The …

3 June 2014 | 2:03 pm Now that the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock split (NASDAQ:AAPL) has arrived – today is the record date – investors need to know exactly what's happening and how it will affect them. http://etfdailynews.com/2014/06/03/apple-inc-aapl-what-you-should-know-about-the-stock-split/

Apple WWDC Keynote 2014 – Business Insider

2 June 2014 | 3:27 pm Apple will reveal new software for the Mac and the iPhone. http://www.businessinsider.com/live-blog-wwdc-2014-2014-6

AAPL climbs to #5 in Fortune 500 as gross revenues reached $170B …

2 June 2014 | 1:31 pm Apple's gross revenues of $170B were enough for the world's most valuable company by market cap to climb one place in the Fortune 500 ranking, from 6th to 5th place. Apple was placed behind Walmart, Exxon, Chevron … http://9to5mac.com/2014/06/02/aapl-climbs-to-5-in-fortune-500-as-gross-revenues-reached-170b/

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10 Responses to AAPL

  • Yaseen says:

    Lose When You Win In The Stock Market? Jack bought 100 shares of AAPL at $510 on the Nasdaq and sold them for $520 after 6 months. Jack was surprised to find out he made a capital loss on these shares. How would this happen?

    • Curator says:

      I would agree with @I Like Turtles….if the person was using a full service broker the commission fees are usually shrouded in mystery…not $10 in and $10 out. They could be 2% of the trade and 2% out

      the buy-in was 100 shares x $510/share = $51,000
      commissions could be as much as 0.02 x 51,000 = $1,020

      Sell out commissions 100 x 520 x 0.02 = $1,040

      Total commissions = $1040 + $1020 = $2060

      the gain on the shares was only $10/share or a total of $1000

      Even if the commission fee was just 1% of the total transactions ( a distinct possibility) the “investor” would still have lost money overall.

  • Igor says:

    Are The Intraday Stock Data At StockRagous.com Adjusted Or Unadjusted? I was downloading intraday data on stocks from http://www.stockrageous.com/ and I would like to know if those data are adjusted or not. I have already tried to contact administrators of the internet site but they are not replying.

    Thank you for any assistance you can provide

    • Curator says:

      They should state whether the historical data is adjusted for dividends and splits or not.

      If they do not state it….then a simple test is to look at the historical data of the same stock in Yahoo finance.

      Here is an example using Apple stock

      https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=AAPL

      You can see that the closing price after the split is the same as the adjusted close but the closing prices before the split are higher than the adjusted close…reflecting the adjustment for the dividend.

      Download your data and compare the numbers to the adjusted or real close …. I would bet that they are the Adjusted close numbers though.

  • Igor says:

    Why The Intraday Data On Stocks Have 391 Observations Per Day? Why the intraday data on AAPL stocks (for example), downloaded from http://chartapi.finance.yahoo.com/instrument/1.0/AAPL/chartdata;type=quote;range=1d/csv , have 391 observations per day?

    I noticed that every single day has 391 observations. Could you explain me how is it possible if we know that trading day lasts 390 minutes (so for every minute should be 1 observation)?
    I noticed that, data were recorded at 09:30h and the volume is high. How is it possible that that at the very beginning of the trading day (9:30:00)volume can be anything different from 0? In other words, should not the first observation of the trading day start with 9:31h (after the 1st minute which is at the moment 9:31 to show open/high/low/close/volume)?

    Thank you for any assistance you could provide.

    • Curator says:

      You purchase shares of a company (example GE General Electric) at the current price. Some companies pay a dividend quarterly at a specified % rate. If the stock increases, and you sell, you will have made a profit. Should the price go down, and you sell, you will have lost some of your investment. The stock market is a risky investment. Watch one of the financial cable channels to gain some knowledge. Establish an imaginary group (portfolio) of investments and follow their activity for some months to see how you would have made out IF you had invested. Pick companies you may be aware of – Apple AAPL – Microsoft MSFT – Mcdonalds MCD – Dunkin donuts DD – AT&T T – Verizon VZ – Toyota TM. Good luck.

  • See says:

    AAPL Showing Strong Bull Technicals At Seekingtechnicals.”? AAPL showing strong bull technicals at seekingtechnicals.”
    how do you find your good% of stock

  • Courtney says:

    Finance – Bond And Stock Valuation? 3.) Price the following bonds at discount rates of 10% and 15%. (Answers to a and d at 10% are given as follows: For the first bond, bond value = 1100/1.10 = 1000; for the last bond (d), bond value = $200/1.1+1200/(1.1)^2 = 1173.55)
    a.) 1-yr. 10% coupon, face value = $1,000
    b.) 30-yr, 10% coupon bond, face value = $1,000
    c.) 2-yr, zero coupon bond, face value = $1,000
    d.) 2-yr, 20% coupon bond, face = 1000
    Answer your answers above describe, tell:
    a.) what happened to the bond values as interest rate rose from 10% to 15%?
    b.) which bond gained/lost proportionately more in value as interest rate rose. (hint – Find the percentage change in bond price as yield to maturity rose from 10 to 15%; then compare the results for a vs b and c vs d)

    4.) In Yahoo!Finance, get a quote for AAPL; also use “key statistics” under “company” on the left hand side links to answer the following:
    1.) What is the latest price of AAPL stock?
    2.) What is AAPL’s market capitalization?
    3.) What are AAPL’s ‘trialing’ annual dividend rate, dividend yield and dividend payout ratio?
    4.) From 3 above, what percent of its earnings does AAPL retain (i.e. – its retained earnings or plowback ratio)?
    5.) What are AAPL’s trailing and forward P/E ratios?
    6.) Is AAPL’s P/E higher or lower than Facebook (FB)’s?
    7.) Accounting issues/problems aside, what is the most likeley reason for the difference in P/E ratios?

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