Guess AAPL kick their butt. My best friend finally dumped his flip phone and picked up two I5 and a iPAD for his wife on Father's day. If you want a large phone go buy Samsung. If you want a quality phone by an 5C. Now in Oct you'll be able to get a large quality phone with a subscription to beats streaming music. Trust me that was a brilliant acquisition...again folks...it wasn't about the headphones.
I highly doubt it. What kills me is why people were not buying @ 400. It was obvious like the banks a few years go media was trying to convince folks to dump at lows. All those that did have now made institutions a solid profit.
Really....when is the last time you shopped there or stepped in there. I bought $200 new dress shirts alone this weekend and the only thing as an investor I was disappointed in was they could not keep up fast enough refolding clothes and straightening tables. I saw reasonable value and quality in their products.
On Wednesday Canaccord Genuity initiated coverage of SolarCity with a buy rating and target price set to $94
Recovering Economy, Job Expansion, and Job Wage Growth = Wives and Daughters spending more money on LULU clothes! Alt this results in extreme growth rates.
Too funny here........JC Penney (NYSE: JCP) has been identified by InvestorsObserver analysts as being well-positioned for a new covered call today. Buying the stock for $9.36 while selling the January $9.00 call will produce a new covered call with a break-even point around $7.91. At that price, this position has a target return of 13.8 %. This trade will have roughly 15.5 % downside protection, while still aiming for a 13.8 % return in 198 days. It will lock in that return as long as JC Penney is above $9.00 on 1/17/2015. For comparison purposes only, this JCP covered call aims for an annualized return rate of 25.4 %.
2M shares up....why don't you wait for a red day so you can convince and uneducated trader to join you
and now it's $32+ and your point is what. You missed the drop from 70 to 40 and you go short at 39. You missed the move; cover and move on