CNBC Pro: ‘Charting Apple’s massive run’ (video)

“I think those big FAANG names still have plenty.” — Joe Najarian

From “Tech titan technicals: Charting Apple’s massive run” posted Tuesday on CNBC Pro:

Todd Gordon, Inside Edge Capital Management, looks at the chart for Apple. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Guy Adami, Tim Seymour, Steve Grasso and Jon Najarian.

Cue the YouTube:

My take: I think these guys are stating to get it.


  1. Adam Foster said:
    FYI PED: are stating to get it.

    November 24, 2021
  2. Jerry Doyle said:
    I posted this last evening, but it is very appropriate for this specific blogged topic:

    Apple’s future never has been brighter. The health & wellness industry market is valued in excess of $4T. Apple is positioning itself to disrupt that industry. It is projected the global automotive industry will grow to just under 9T US dollars by 2030. New vehicle sales will account for about 38% of this value. Apple is positioning itself to be a competitive player in the industry and we all know what Apple can do once it enters the market to compete. The global film & music market is expected to reach $392.34B in 2025 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6% long term forecast to 2030. Apple is positioning itself methodically to be a serious competitive player in both markets. These are additional burgeoning businesses added in recent years to a once viewed computer hardware company that today is the placenta of a great American multinational technological company.

    How on earth does WS fail to realize Apple remains a solid “growth” stock while still prized as a valued play by investors? The best of both investment worlds.

    Apple is firing on all cylinders. It has a pipeline filled with unique and innovative products along with rich consumer service offerings valued by a humongous installed base of users inside an ecosystem providing them security and privacy.

    Apple is poised to continue growing in market cap and thus enriching its share price for investors. I never have been more optimistic about Apple’s potential growth and share price appreciation as I am now. Hold on, for 2022 and 2023 are going to be exciting for Apple long term investors. 🙂

    November 24, 2021
    • Kirk DeBernardi said:
      @ Jerry Doyle —

      Thanks for this “Investor’s Cliff Notes Assessment” on AAPL.

      Spot on.

      November 24, 2021
  3. Michael Goldfeder said:
    Better to be late to the party as opposed to missing the party.

    November 24, 2021

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