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aadaytrader 1098 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 28, 2016 3:41 PM Member since: Jan 31, 2011
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    by aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:15 PM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:41 PM Flag


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    ***Buy Today for BUYBACKS Tomorrow***

    by manmoose1 Jan 28, 2016 3:28 PM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:40 PM Flag

    Yes you are correct. Hope they buyback the max 25% of volume now that the stock price is so low. They could do a max daily buyback of around 10-11 million shares daily.

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    by aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:15 PM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:38 PM Flag

    Its called Blackout Period

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    by aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:15 PM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:37 PM Flag

    The Rule is 48 hours after earnings announcement.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Jan 28, 2016 3:15 PM Flag

    Friday is thefirst day Apple can begin their buyback of shares. 25% of average daily volume which could give us a nice pop short term. Question is, does Cook take an aggressive approach or just sit back and do nothing?

  • aadaytrader aadaytrader Jan 14, 2016 11:13 AM Flag

    You are nuts... The Only Thing Popping will be Tim Cook's Butttt Hole !

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 23, 2015 8:31 PM Flag

    Message to self...... Uhmmmm, your stock is falling and unless you say something real soon, it will continue to go lower and lower. Not sure if you are reading the headlines buddy.... Let's get on the ball.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 23, 2015 8:27 PM Flag

    Just thought I would say that there is no reason for UPS CEO to make any kind of announcement... Nah, no reason at all. No reason to either confirm the Amazon news or to say that it is false and overblown. No reason, to do it now, might as well wait till the stock is $90. Shareholders don't have any interest at all to hear from the main guy running this company. Besides, it's not really his job right? He's responsible for running the business part of UPS, no importance in protecting shareholder value and supporting the stock price. But I am sure, at some point in this lifetime he will eventually say something, but ofcourse once it's too late, because again, why say anything now and save this stock from further bleeding, it makes no sense...

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 21, 2015 9:42 AM Flag

    That means we either tank or surge. Looks like tank is the direction we will take...

  • Ordered sneakers from Macys via UPS delivery. The initial scheduled delivery date was Tuesday 12/22, however, now I received tracking confirmation that says early delivery scheduled 12/21 today. So I guess UPS is on schedule and actually ahead of schedule.

  • aadaytrader aadaytrader Dec 18, 2015 1:36 PM Flag

    UPS was founded in 1907 which makes it 109 years old. I am sure that is what Websurfer meant when he said that they have been in business for over 100 years. And it's true that Amazon thinks they can just lease a few planes and just go. There is alot of time and costs involved. First of all the cost of the 20 planes, the maintenance cost of those planes, the cost of insurance for those planes, the cost of pilots salaries to fly the planes, the cost of fuel for the planes, the cost to land and take off from airports, the cost of storage for the planes, I could go on and on. Bottom line, it would not be cost effective for Amazon to even consider it. It is a bad idea for them and would in the long run destroy their stock.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 17, 2015 10:16 AM Flag

    Total BS. Fed Ex beats on strong orders, their stock moves up and UPS sells off. Everyone knows that UPS delivers 3 times the amount of packages which would obviously add to higher revenues than FDX.
    FDX trades at P/E of 40 and UPS at P/E of 23. Seems like a bunch of hog manure.
    UPS has higher revenues, better dividend, larger market cap and the market treats it like a second place runner up to FDX.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 16, 2015 4:28 PM Flag

    Nice Pop after hours. FDX put up a great quarter and hopefully UPS benefits from the FDX rally.

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    by aadaytrader Dec 16, 2015 10:21 AM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Dec 16, 2015 3:35 PM Flag

    Very well put. Let's see what happens now that the market is digesting this rate hike and hopefully we can move forward with important stuff.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Dec 16, 2015 10:21 AM Flag

    So they say that UPS is struggling to make on time deliveries and struggling with more than usual deliveries, oil prices are at all time lows, and preliminary polls show that Americans spent more this Black Friday and Cyber Monday in stores but specially online. Where is all of this bad news for UPS? I am confused as to why all of the above are negative for UPS? This is why Wallstreet is the biggest scam going. The articles, the bashing, the phony upgrades and downgrades, the options market etc, etc... I could go on and on....

    Why can't the stock market and equities trade based on fundamentals, revenues, debt, forward earnings, value, dividends etc... I remember back in the day when my parents would buy stocks and there was no such thing as second to second daytrading, options trading, or manipulation like I see today.

    Wallstreet, the government and the SEC are all in bed with each other. Each of them cover each others steps and control the markets which ever way they please. There is simply no way for the little guy investor to make it in this jungle zone.

  • aadaytrader aadaytrader Nov 11, 2015 10:19 AM Flag

    Yes, totally agree. Its so obvious and clear that this stock is played like a puppet, and Tim Cook controls the strings. This looks very ugly right now. After a really great quarter, good guidance and a potential record breaking sales this holiday season, this stock should be rising everyday instead of dropping. I hope this is short lived or else we may never recover.

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    Credit Suisse's Analyst Report

    by kreddipeta Nov 10, 2015 7:07 PM
    aadaytrader aadaytrader Nov 10, 2015 7:14 PM Flag

    Yes, I agree. They are timed stories that the criminals use to manipulate the stock price. They should be sued and put in jail. This is practically the same thing as Insider Trading, they set up a long or short position and then publish a bogus story which is simply just an opinion, because factual it is certainly not. And then "poof" they cover their position. It's just that easy! I wish us retail investor had the ability to do that. These games will never stop and as long as the SEC continues to allow this reckless manipulation of stocks, we the poor little guys will have to bite our tongues and suffer the consequences.

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Nov 10, 2015 7:06 PM Flag

    It's so funny how all these analysts really truly believe that they have a magical crystal ball that tells them that Apple will slowdown on the iPhone growth moving forward. When they speak, it almost sounds as if they believe that to be soooooo true that they are willing to put their lives on the line. Well, Maybe They Should !
    For the past 6 different iPhone Model Upgrade Cycles, these same analysts have been shouting the same old BS jargon. Each cycle and each quarter they have been wrong. If I were an analysts like them, I would quit my job and hide because it is pretty darn embarrassing to make those bear calls every single quarter and screw it up every single time. And funny that they still have a job.
    Now, this joker from Credit Suisse comes out with his magical crystal ball and makes up this fairy tale prediction which he will certainly be wrong on, yet everyone believes him and sells.
    I wish Tim Cook would have the balls to speak up. I understand Apple has always been hush hush about things, but I really do think that these issues need to be addressed to protect shareholders. These idiots just manipulate and play around with Apple as they please.

  • What the heck, today they should be buying to support this stock or else we heading back to 110

  • aadaytrader by aadaytrader Nov 10, 2015 7:40 AM Flag

    Cook can make his all go away, but apparently he does not care, and enjoys watching his company stock price go down everyday. This guy is the worst CEO of all time. He has done nothing for this company.

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