I think you need to look it up. It becomes a sell order at $20 (or better).
If it opens at $5, you have a unfilled sell order at $20.
With 60% of Apples revenues coming from outside the US....how come no one talks about what effect the last 6 month rise in the US Dollar will have on earnings? Many multi-nationals have reported off earnings due to the strength in the dollar....yet I haven't heard anyone address how this might effect Apple.
Closed at $34.12 before earnings.....went to $37.30........now at $33.76...off 9.4%!
And this is a stock Coldone thinks you should buy? Now if he was really all that good he would have told you to sell the earnings pop. But no. Instead, he keeps suggesting to buy based on valuations pulled out of thin air to support his position. But ask youself this questions, do you believe the pricing mechanism of the market and the valuations it places or do you beleive a guy who constantly promotes the same things and has been dead wrong since $40? You decide.
Where is Coldwon yelling to buy under $35 while you can? What happen over $37? Seems to have given all that up. Now that the morning low has been made at $34.77 I;'m waiting for Coldwon to announce how he bought at $34.83 in his imaginary account
Gee.....3 cents off the morning low. Funny how you do that after the fact
What's the next level? Get it under $32 while you can? LIke under $39? $38? $37? $36? $35? $34? $33?
The current pricing of Yahoo shares conflicts with your overly optimistic valuation of the Asian assets. Yahoo Japan is worth at best right now at around $9 billion and if Alibaba were to IPO the market is valuing it at much less than $200 billion....probably somewhere down around $120-150. China's economy is slowing. So you do the math and Yahoo's current price looks about right maybe even a little high.
"get it while you can"? Like under $34 "while you can'? How about under $33? $32? $31?
Coldonewon, I know you think this is going to pop back "like it always has". But that game is over.
You're in for a whole lot of more pain! The pop was this morning, it failed, this will close ugly
Prices are now 20% off the January 8th high of $41.72 and slipped today below the 200 day MA of $33.80.
Looks like bear market time here........
Have a look at a monthly chart. Yahoo topped in January 2006 at $43.66 and then spent the next 3 years bleeding down to $8.94. Sure there was an occasional bounce. But they were short lived. I expect the same thing this time around as well. The party is over.
It was a bargain under $40. It was a bargain under $39. $38. $37.$36. Now $35. 18% off the highs. Will it still be a bargain under $34? $33? $32? $31? $30?.
You made some nice calls on the way up...now you need to know when to get out. In the end , that's all that matters.
Could? Any day now? Well it certainly won't happen at night. Actually, anything that is going to happen is going to happen any day now. That's what's called "the future". I predict things will happen, all kinds of things, any day now. Some will be ugly....some will be beautiful.
Could you please describe how it is "perfectly underway"? You seem to leave out that part yet you say it "could" happen. If it is setup perfectly why is it only a "could happen"? Seems you lack a bit of confidence in your perfect setup analysis.
At what point is the "setup" you imagine no longer valid? Or is this a forever thing?
Well lets see...$12k means about 54K shares. So since fridays close the value of your shares have fallen close to $23K. And you feel great because the value of your portfolio is going down?
So let me get this straight....someone who shorted it Friday...paid you the dividend and covers here is up 10 cents. You on the other hand got the dividend and are still down 10 cents. Who, at this point would you rather be? But explain how that is somehow not good for the shorts nbut good for the longs. My math, even with the dividend, would show the value of your portfolio down from Friday's close.