Let's dissect and analyze Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) today as it just moved below $400 for the first time since December of 2011.
In today's Trade School video, we're going to be looking at the stock of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) in light of today's market action. I will be analyzing Apple using three very standard technical tools in a way that may be unfamiliar to you.
I will share with you exactly how you could have made money in Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and how a certain combination of technical tools have produced some very positive results. This easy-to-use approach can be adapted for your own trading.
This simple approach can be used by everyone and allows you to disregard the fundamentals and earnings reports of any stock and still come out ahead of the game.
Thanking you in advance for watching this video on Apple.
3 thoughts on “3 Technical Tools That Predicted The Apple Implosion!”
Thanks for the demo but I never trusted graph-peeping like this. It's great as a postdiction tool but what can it predict? Stock values of the real economy are driven by real facts that you can find easily on IT technical blogs and sites, not to mention your own real world experience with the products of a company.
What where those facts?
1 - The death of Steve Jobs. This guy was a marketing genius that saved Apple already once from the bankruptcy that the corporate suits were driving it in. How good his successor(s) might have been, they weren't just Steve.
2 - Sticking to their "we are the best" delusion and the price premium they charge for that, well, only Steve could get away with it. The turtles of the competition caught the hare sleeping.
3 - Some blunders like the maps fiasco. For a documentary video travelers like me, maps and GPS are vital, even if just to check if your taxi doesn't make detours. On a recent trip in Southern Mindanao in relation to the Borneo crisis, my Samsung tablet did the job and my iPad was just dead weight.
If you can see that the emperor has no clothes on, you'll know that in a while, everybody will see it. The graphs always come half a year too late. You'd better watch the products in the pipeline and those of the competitors.
Thanks, but we don't need technical tools to tell us that apple will implode. The iphone 5 I am holding in my hand is just a better than the 4; the mini is just a shrunk ipad.... IOW there is no innovation happening at apple. While the competition is catching up. It's that simple. So that explains the present. What about the future?
There is no top product guy at apple. When Steve was alive he was the product guy. So there cannot be any top products from apple in the future.
Tim Cook has failed. He was never the right guy to begin with; we needed a visionary not a manufacturing person to lead the most innovative large company on earth. What a shame that the best company in the world has come to this.
...sorry, that should read
is just a *little bit* better than the 4;
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