Apple's Earnings ... (new video)

After the close today (7/21), Apple will announce its earnings.

No one knows for sure what the earnings are going to be. I thought I would like to do a video before the earnings just to show you that you don't have to be glued to the market on a 24/7 basis.

Apple has been on an upward trend for most of the year based on some very solid products that it has brought to market.

In today's video I will be examining, with the help of our "Trade Triangle" Technology, how I see the future of Apple's stock value.

You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. We would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
Co-Creator, MarketClub

4 thoughts on “Apple's Earnings ... (new video)

  1. Adam:

    I use your service, and I like it. Further to the discussion abobe, can you comment on position sizing? For instance after receiving a buy signal would you add to a position if it went your way? If so at what levels? Also Riding a losing trade all the way down to a weekly sell signal can be painful. Would you set stops tighter than this? If I do will a hurt my long term persomance? Also further to the comment above with the stocks I follow daily triangles seem to mean ten times more trades for slightly less profit than staying put. In short they make your broker more money and you less. Daily signals are only for comondities and currency markets right?



    1. John,

      Thank you for your feedback. I am hoping to make a video on position sizing and how to utilize money management in your trading. I hope to get to it very soon.

      All the best,

  2. Jonathan,

    The biggest feedback we get is that it is too simple.

    To answer your question if the markets don't move the Trade Triangles will not work.

    Do you know the acronym KISS (keep it simple stupid) that is our approach. You know the market doesn't pay you more for making it complicated.

    All the best,


  3. Adam,
    Nice call on AAPL. I saw your video too late to get in on the 5 point move.

    I know that for equities we should use Monthly Trade Triangles for the trend and Weekly Trade Triangles for timing, but it does appear that active investors could come out ahead using the Weekly for trend and the Daily T/T for timing. Would you advise against this?

    Also, it does seem too simple. Are there equities, futures etc. where the Trade Triangles don't seem to work well? Any where they seem to work better (ie commodities)?

    I'm getting into the market with a renewed sense of confidence after floundering around with several other methods and newsletters.

    Thanks a bunch.

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