What the talking heads are saying about Apple's solid March quarter (video)

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  1. Greg Lippert said:
    And…. The stock falls…. Ha!!!!

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    April 29, 2022
  2. Tommo_UK said:
    Lack of component supply chain issues must equal crashing demand?
    >shrug<

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    April 29, 2022
  3. Aaron Belich said:
    Stock falling is pretty typical after Apple earnings. “Sell the news” combined with algos and option traders hoping to make a quick buck.

    I picked up some more shares yesterday, and will probably reach for more come mid-end of May.

    Glory to the Longs!

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    April 29, 2022
    • David Emery said:
      You have to look at AAPL vs an index, to determine if Apple really fell, or if it was just carried down by the market. Today, AAPL is down 3.59%, compared to S&P 3.63% or NASDAQ 4.17%, but less than Dow 2.77%.

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      April 29, 2022
      • Robert Paul Leitao said:
        David: As I commented to Joe, I don’t think the S&P 500 is an adequate comparable for Apple in part due to the company’s heavy weighting in the index. Second, Apple really is in an asset class of its own. Aside from the DJIA (of which Apple is a component) I’d choose a basket of the top weighted enterprises in the S&P 500. They are: Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Tesla, Nvidia, Berkshire, Meta and United Health.

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        April 29, 2022
        • David Emery said:
          Someone with access to the requisite data should calculate this index and see how it compares to AAPL. It’s an interesting set of choices.

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          April 30, 2022
  4. Rick Povich said:
    I got a chuckle from the chyron on Sacconaghi’s freeze-frame compared to the others. Standard Toni 🙂

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    April 29, 2022

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