like i wrote last week on this brd:
i feel that garyfelice is also derbytilson - and why?? because he created his i.d. just a wk or 2 ago, has written only 6 posts - and every post was in reply to only MY posts AND was him writing insults or bashing me, and he wrote a post just about ME on the bita brd - just like derbytilson wrote his thread there last week too of the debunking post - again, just writing about things that "I" write about on these brds (options in that case of last week when derbytilson posted that thread on 3 brds he has seen me post on of this one for mu, on ddd where he's been bashing me since last year, and on bita where i've posted recently).
so, once again:
GET LOST DERBYTILSON (AKA NEW ID OF "GARYFELICE") - you are just too sick for words!! ANYONE who's so obsessed with anyone on an anonymous message brd is truly a sick individual that needs psychiatric care- so go get some help!!!
michaelsmith...sorry I just read your post. I like NXPI. They are heavily involved with AAPL....Past month they look stronger than SWKS, MU.
SWIR looks a bit better on charts but NXPI a strong buy...
so in other words you wrote about 20 sentences to tell everyone a 31 dollar stock could make a 10 cent move sometime in the next hour or two. You're hopeless and the People that would take you seriously need a check up from the neck up
Thank you for posting this. So what is the worst that will happen. AAPL comes out with great numbers from the rest China Mobil can focus all they want on cheaper phones, everyone wants an iphone.
Apple falls on China iPhone 6 launch delay
By PATRICK SEITZ
Posted 12:25 PM ET
China, the world's largest mobile phone market, might not get Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 6 and 6 Plus until 2015.
The state-owned 21st Century Business Herald reported Tuesday that Apple might have to wait until next year to get approval for its new iPhones in China after failing to reach agreement with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology this month, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Meanwhile, the country's largest wireless carrier, China Mobile (NYSE:CHL), says it is focusing more on selling cheaper smartphones that don't require subsidies. This comes after China Mobile said it will cut $2 billion from the subsidies it uses to help consumers pay for high-end smartphones from Apple and Samsung.
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Apple stock was down 1.5%, near 100, in midday trading on the stock market today. China Mobile's U.S. shares were down 2%, near 62.
The news out of China shouldn't be a major concern for Apple investors, says Wells Fargo Securities analyst Maynard Um.
"This does not change our view that Apple should be able to sell whatever it can manufacture given demand, and assuming Apple eventually attains a (China) network license, (it) would provide some sell-in visibility to next year," Um said in a note Tuesday. "Additionally, we feel that China generally tends to get overstated in terms of size and opportunity (at least over the near/medium-term) thus the impact is not 20%-25% of iPhone demand, in our opinion (we feel it is much smaller)."
People in China who want iPhone 6 phones likely will get them from other countries, as they have done historically, Um said.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale Friday in the U.S. and nine other markets, including Hong Kong and Singapore.
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I think trapped is a better expression here. The Day Traders and Technical Traders are being set up by they Quants that work for the big houses. An algorithm determines how much to push it down and when to buy all set up to exceed the pain threshold of the average trader.
diehard- it's on any charting service you use- i use stockcharts period calm site and i just add the 4 simple moving avg to my charts there- of the daily chart and weekly chart. they are in real time but you must refresh the charts in order to see the real time prices - unless you are a subscriber to stockcharts, which i am not.
i get my monthly charts and intraday charts from my broker- they are in real time and are streaming- so, no refreshing on my part needed lol.
thank you broncogolfer- i appreciate you telling me that :)
i look at all stocks the same way going into their earnings- that is this: on the day of earnings (if a ompany reports on that day after the markets close) or the day before earnings (if the company is reporting the next day befor the market opens), if a stok goes UP by quite a bit of like $.70 or more for a $30 stock AND is overbought on the daily chrt, then chances are good that the stock wil sell off after it reports. & if a stock goes down by .70 cents or more & is not overbot on the daily chrt (even better is if the stock is oversold on the chart- just talking full stochastics with that), then chances are good that the stok goes up after it reports! this kind of pric action with a stok re its earnings occurs around 85% of the time- so, for 15% of the time, this doesn't happen this way on the day of earnings or the day befor. so look for how mu acts on the day of earnings befor it reports- or on the day befor earnings if it reports befor the market opens.
if a stock is not overbot on stochastics or on the keltner going into earnings & doesn't go up very much on the day of or day before earnings (best is when it goes down in price on that day), then it usually pops up after reporting.
this is basically all i can tell u bronco re going into earnings. right now, mu is close to being oversold on stoch- & the macd histo is going sideways right now- so, with these indicators alone, if mu stays closer to mid area on stochastics or towards oversold on stoch, then it has a good chance of popping up after it reports. but between now & sept 25th, mu could become overbot on stoch very easily- that means mu being above $34 by then.
also, some1 here reported in april that he's been following mu for many years & that for evry earnings reporting, mu sells off right after reporting (like within 3 days of reporting) & sells off by an avg of 5%- in apr it sold off 10%. so just watch 4 that too!
thx again bronco :)
hey stocks girl, what site or where do you go to get the real time 4/9/18 dma numbers?
Thanks for the helpful comments. Anyone have thoughts on NXPI? Very low short interest-- something of a relief in volatile times.
(-- from a first time poster, but long-time reader of these boards.)
"...the intentions of those big boys with lots of resources are just the same..." Yeah...to make money. However, it is not like they beat someone up and took it by force. If they were dumping shares to drive the price down, everyone is free to buy them at the fire-sale levels. People shouldn't set a "stop price" at a level they don't want it sold at, and definitely shouldn't complain if it got sold at that price. Otherwise, they are just a bunch of #$%$.
I bought back CENX, more MU, and SWIR.....SWKS held strong...flat for week. Still watching LCI . cheetah feel you are right on number of stocks owned. Perhaps I should continue adding to core...except AAPL where I have too much, FB, MU, SWKS . Nice upward bias...TWTR, SWIR, CENX nice trading maybe core.
I do doubt MU will hold gains today. Long term a great stock.
Stocksgirrl, I have been following your posts. Been tracking what you have been saying. As we approach earnings, and post earnings, do you believe your technical analysis trends hold? Or do you believe the anticipation of earnings and actual results give you a new base to start from?
and we should see this going up. MU was down because the entire market was down. When the market starts to move up, MU will accelerate faster. DRAM and NAND Flash memories are strong, especially when SSD are replacing most of the mechanical hard drives. DRAM are also used in memory for storage for fast access. Look at the forecast of SSD vs HDD and you will see what I mean. SSD are now being put into data centers. MU should reach 40 near term.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
my pleasure cruise :)
I think this will continue all the way to 34. 40 after earnings. Just look at the earning history of MU. It always goes up.
Sentiment: Strong Buy