Hello traders everywhere! Adam Hewison here, President of INO.com and co-creator of MarketClub, with your video update for Monday, the 27th of January.
I am going to be looking at the stock of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), who reports earnings after the bell today. The psychological stakes could not be any higher for Apple, which in many ways, still mourns the loss of Steve Jobs' visionary qualities. The big question on investors' minds these days, is Apple still a momentum stock or has it become a dividend paying stock?
This is a big challenge for Apple because one of its core markets is young people and one thing Apple cannot afford to do is lose its cool factor with this audience. It may have already lost its cool factor with the younger generation, as Android is certainly showing up more and more in the hands and minds of teenagers. Continue reading "Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Reports Earnings After The Bell"→
In today's "Trade School" video, we're going to be dissecting Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) who is scheduled to announce their earning after the close today (4/23/13). I will be analyzing this once favorite stock of investors on a technical basis using our market-proven Trade Triangle technology.
I will be sharing with you how you could have systematically made money in Apple without knowing anything about the fundamentals and the patent wars between Apple and Samsung.
You will learn how a certain combination of our Trade Triangles has produced some shocking results.
We will go through each trade on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and share with you the results of using our Trade Triangle approach from the beginning of the year. In this brief step by step 4 minute educational video on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), I will show you how to replicate every single trade in your own account.
Thanking you in advance for watching this video on Apple before they announce their earnings.
It would seem that investors and traders cannot get enough of this stock. Yesterday it came as no surprise that Apple announced huge earnings, over three billion dollars, just about the same as Goldman Sachs. Now who could have predicted that just a few years ago?
So is this the beginning or the end Apple's record earnings?