This week’s Apple trading strategies (10/25-10/29)

A place for Apple traders and investors to share their best ideas (Apple Q4 2021 earnings week).

For a round-up of reactions to last week’s MacBook Pro event, see Apple analysts Unleashed on CNBC (videos).  To get things rolling this week, here’s a Bernstein analyst (not Toni Sacconaghi) on the effect of Apple ad targeting changes on Snap last week and the rest of the social media companies.

Below: Apple vs. the S&P 500 last week, normalized…

apple trading strategies 10-25-21

Disclosure: Although I am now an Apple shareholder (see Why I bought a share of Apple, my first), I am in no position to give trading advice. Don’t blame me if you drain your IRA doing something you read about here.

See also last week’s trading strategies.

7 Comments

  1. Gregg Thurman said:
    Somebody give that guy a quaalude. If he talked any faster he’ll break his tongue.

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    October 24, 2021
    • Jerry Doyle said:
      @Gregg Thurman: Question… Brother Gregg, are you indigenous to the south having later in life settled in the Pacific Northwest region? I always thought it was just me who felt tired physically trying to keep-up with a gabbler. 🙂

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      October 24, 2021
      • Gregg Thurman said:
        Raised in “Southern” California. Like, for sure dude. Does that qualify?

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        October 24, 2021
  2. Gregg Thurman said:
    I’m hoping that AAPL does one of two things: go up, or go down.

    If AAPL fails to breach $150 at the Close on Friday the OCT 29 Calls sold Last Monday will expire worthless, and I make a profit. If AAPL does breach $150 at Friday’s Close the OCT 29 Calls will be executed by the buyer and my NOV 19 $140 Calls will be called away, and I’ll make a profit.

    So go ahead AAPL, do your worst, I make money no matter what you do.

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    October 24, 2021
  3. Imagine me trying to keep up with reading this fella’s Closed Captions. I need to find my old Evelyn Wood Speed Reading cassettes. I must credit CNBC with excellence in closed captions. Most online news videos botch the closed captions, if they have any at all.
    On careful inspection I think he may be pre-recording himself and speeding up the broadcast frame rate in a clever ploy to garner more airtime.

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    October 25, 2021
    • Gregg Thurman said:
      On careful inspection I think he may be pre-recording himself and speeding up the broadcast frame rate in a clever ploy to garner more airtime.

      Or CNBC could be doing it to lessen the air time the interview took.

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      October 25, 2021

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