This week’s Apple trading strategies (3/21-3/25/22)

A place for Apple traders and investors to share their best ideas.

To get things rolling, here's Wedbush's Dan Ives telling CNBC listeners what he told his clients Thursday: That he saw the Fed's rate hike as a "bright green light" to buy tech stocks. The WSJ's Gunjan Banerji thinks otherwise.

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

apple trading strategies 3-21-22
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.

One Comment

  1. Robert Paul Leitao said:
    Dan Ives emphasized buying quality tech. It’s rarely a “bad” time to invest in quality names. That’s not just tech sector but market wide if one has a long-term time horizon. Gradually working off QE and artificially depressed interest rates will diminish economic distortions driven by irrational risk taking and easy access to cheap money. Over the long-term that’s good for the economy and the outcome for high-quality enterprises with sensible and economically relevant business models. Personally, I’m averse to enterprises that have yet to turn a profit even during times of unprecedented government stimulus and lax interest rate policies. Yes. Buy quality. That’s nothing new. We are now entering the immediate post-pandemic period. Some are now learning the equity markets really aren’t video game-style forms of entertainment after all. There’s real risk and today’s virtual currencies also fluctuate in price.

    March 20, 2022

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