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,
A little over six weeks ago I produced a video on the relationship between Apple and RIMM.
I called it the "Battle Of The Tech Titans," and in this short video I explained that we felt the relationship was changing between Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ_AAPL) and Research In Motion, Ldt (NASDAQ_RIMM). I detailed a strategy of approaching this market using a trading strategy that I call "pair trading" or "trading pairs."
What trading pairs means is that you buy one market while going short the other market in the same sector. Now Apple and RIMM are battling it out right now in the smart phone sector. It remains to be seen who is going to be triumphant in this battle but it would appear as though Apple may have the upper hand based on its very successful "APP" store.
I strongly suggest you watch my earlier video on this subject; here's the link. And then watch our latest video which I just produced.
Trading pairs is what many professionals do when they are unsure as to the direction of the general market but feel pretty comfortable in their analysis of the relationship between two stocks. I hope you find the video both informative and educational.
The video is free to watch and there is no need to register. I would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog.
All the best,
It is the battle of the tech titans as both RIMM and AAPL battle for the smartphone market share. Although Research In Motion is a well established tech giant as the creator of the BlackBerry, they may have hit a wall with Apple, Inc.'s launch of the phenomenally popular iPhone.
This tech battle may create a way to trade these markets with a lower risk. During this latest rally, RIMM did not perform well, nor were the changes in price as exuberant as the shares for AAPL.
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