eventually they get it right....lol.
face it you were wrong like many times before. if you don't like it stop posting such stupidity you make yourself look very foolish.....
You said 'last chance' do you know what that means......my fan???
you mean stupidity like this: 'God gave you the last chance to sell at 125.60 this week take it before too late;???
Ya I agree. Apple never sells anything and are behind the times. Bankruptcy eminent.......lol.
If AEA was so bearish why don't they sell all their long positions and go 100% short?
You are just trying to manipulate people on here.....you know nothing.......
You guys really don't know a thing about financial analysis.
A p.e of 8 would imply, because of the amount of cash on hand, a 20-30% drop in earnings per share. With a p.e. of 6 you are saying Apple will go bankrupt.
Also a p.e. of 8 would give you a divi of over 4%!
Apple also is just beginning production of a new iPhone that will be available this fall. The joint venture with IBM is starting to gain traction, their new streaming service and TV offering will do well and the watch will have a major upgrade in the fall.
In the next year Apple will buyback over $75 BILLION in shares.
Maybe in 5- 10 years from now but I think you are being quite pessimistic.
eps is what lift stock prices and an additional 50 billion in share buybacks.
Both Morgan Stanley and UBS use web search analysis to help them forecast how many iPhones Apple sells, and both have June quarter iPhone sales of 50 million partly based on the results. With a number of sell-side estimates at 50 million or slightly above I believe buy-side expectations are in the 52 to 53 million range. (Note that I own Apple shares).
Katy Huberty’s survey indicates demand for 53 million iPhones
Morgan Stanley’s Apple analyst, Katy Huberty, AlphaWise May and June surveys both showed that Apple could sell 53 million iPhones in the June quarter. Huberty is projecting $48.3 billion in revenue (Street is at $48.6 billion) with 50 million iPhones and $1.82 of EPS (Street is at $1.76). If Apple sells an additional 3 million units it would add $1.9 billion in revenue to her estimate and $0.11 in EPS.
To further support her view of 53 million iPhones being sold Morgan Stanley’s Asia tech analyst, Jasmine Lu, estimates that Apple has asked its suppliers to build 54 million iPhones in the quarter and that the company may add to its 17 million in channel inventory.
Note that for five of the past six quarters Huberty’s AlphaWise survey has underestimated actual iPhone sales. The underestimates have ranged from 525 thousand to 7.5 million (the December 2014 quarter) while it overestimated the June 2014 quarter by 3.8 million units.
Steve Milunovich’s survey estimates 50.3 million iPhone demand
This is the third quarter that UBS’ Apple analyst, Steve Milunovich, has published his Evidence Lab iPhone Monitor. It is still trying to find its bearings as it was too low by 5.2 million in the December 2014 quarter and 3.2 million too high in the March 2015 quarter.
Milunovich increased his iPhone sales forecast from 48 to 50 million. This raised his revenue estimate for Apple’s June quarter from $51.8 to $53.1 billion and EPS projection from $1.93 to $2.01. Both of these are significantly above Street projections. This is the second time this quarter Milunovich
If i was rich off Apple I'd be sailing around the world and letting a top money manager for the rich invest my money. I surely wouldn't be here.....
very oversold here. Did the same at the 18 strike at the beginning of this drop.
Will wait for 'sideways' before buying....
If they're so rich what are they doing posting daily/hourly on a yahoo message board???
I have been sellings puts at 125-126 and buy back at 128-129. Will keep doing so until 130 holds...