anyone know were i can get seven for one today? thanks in advance.
just look up to the yahoo chart on your right lads. it is clearly visible.
we are going way higher here.
ha ha funny if its goldman sachs that gets the boot this time.
" On top of the list to be replaced by Apple should be: United Technologies Corp. (UTX), DuPont (NYSE: DD), and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS)."
"We cannot comment on the potential for any company to be added to or removed from our indices. We consider this material, market moving information."
so good so good so good!
April 24, 2014 10:26 AM EDT Send to a Friend
Amid news that Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) will splits its stock 7-for-1 speculation has ensued that the company will finally be tapped to join the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Because the Dow is a price-weighed average, having a nearly $600 stock in the Dow was not feasible. With the stock split effectively moving the price below $100 per share, an addition to the Dow is now easily possible. Also, given that Apple is the largest company in the U.S. by market cap it makes sense that it should be in the Dow. S&P Indices, which owns the Dow brand, however, is not talking.
S&P Dow Jones Indices Director & Global Head of Communications, David Guarino told StreetInsider.com in an e-mail, "We cannot comment on the potential for any company to be added to or removed from our indices. We consider this material, market moving information."
To be added to the Dow, Apple would have to replace a current component and the industry weighting would have to make sense. Technology currently makes up 11% of the Dow, while telecommunications makes up 3.2% - Apple could easily be considered both. Given the low tech/telecom exposure, the Dow committee could easily make a decision to take out any laggard and replace it with Apple. On top of the list to be replaced by Apple should be: United Technologies Corp. (UTX), DuPont (NYSE: DD), and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS).
So while S&P Indices is not talking, there is an easy case to make that Apple should now be added to the Dow once the split is complete. On the split timing, Apple shareholders of record at the close of business on June 2, 2014 will receive six additional shares for every share held on the record date, and trading will begin on a split-adjusted basis on June 9, 2014.
Cowen Boosts PT on Apple (AAPL) to $630; iPhone 6 Launch Shaping Up Well
April 24, 2014 10:36 AM EDT
Cowen and Company is boosting its price target on Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) from $590 up to $630 following FQ214 results ...
again apple is not a penny stock and the fundies are now out of the name. so i suspect she will hold her gains and then rocket higher. so buy the the ƒucking dip.
hope this helps
can you comment on gross margins jjimmy?
that's more than the GDP of Malta and growing exponentially on each and every up-tick. jus sayin. anywho not allowed to comment on naked short interest.
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Apple (AAPL) Price Target Raised to $620 at Goldman Sachs; Analyst Notes Strength in Platform
April 24, 2014 6:53 AM EDT Send to a Friend
Goldman Sachs maintained a Buy rating on Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and raised its price target to $620.00 (from $610.00). Analyst Bill Shope said Apple's platform showed its strength.
"Apple reported hefty 2Q14 upside, with revenues of $45.65 billion exceeding our estimate of $43.88 billion and consensus of $43.53 billion, and EPS of $11.62 surpassing our estimate of $10.42 and consensus of $10.18. The upside was primarily driven by stronger iPhone sales, which also drove gross margins to 39.3% (versus consensus of 37.6%), representing the highest margin since September of 2012. Apple also added $30 billion to its share repurchase authorization, hiked its dividend by 8%, and announced a 7:1 stock split, effective on June 9th. The company guided to 3QFY2014 revenues of $36 billion to $38 billion, (vs.our prior estimate of $37.51 billion) and gross margins of 37% to 38% (vs. our 38.3% estimate), which was far better than most feared. Opex guidance of $4.4 billion to $4.5 billion was far ahead of our $4.0 billion estimate, however, as the company appears to be ramping R&D more heavily than expected ahead of new product releases," said Shope.
"We are adjusting our model to reflect this quarter’s strong results and the expanded capital allocation plans. We now forecast FY2014 revenues of $182.03 billion and EPS of $44.70, from $181.24 billion and $44.51 previously. For FY2015, we now estimate revenues of $204.53 billion and EPS of $52.69, from $204.68 billion and $52.59. For FY2016, we now estimate revenues of $230.21 billion and EPS of $62.66, from $230.13 billion and $61.18," he added.
Icahn 'Pleased' with Apple (AAPL) Results, Agrees with Raised Buyback
April 23, 2014 5:00 PM EDT Send to a Friend
Carl Icahn is out commenting on Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) following strong earnings, a 7-for-1 stock split and a raised capital return plan.
On Twitter Icahn said, "Agree completely with $AAPL's increased buyback and extremely pleased with results. Believe we’ll also be happy when we see new products."
ya worried @ the astronomic shares outstanding now if their is an earnings fail. but looks like they will just buy them back. lets see what happens.
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apple has spit her common stock a lucky seven for one?
so every ma & pa on main street who wants in the apple bonanza can now buy fourteen shares tomorrow morin @ the open. and then hold for the split in june. @ that point you will now own 100 apple shares and can retire selling weekly options against the common. hope this helps.
moving forward together