There won't be a recall unless the investigation determines one is necessary. Putting the cart before the horse aren't we?
There are no market makers on an NYSE listed stock. There is a specialist that has what is referred to as a book. How can you invest or trade successfully for the long run, not knowing the basics of market?
How would that have worked out for you the last 10 years. They may sell hardware for a loss, they make money on the services. They reinvest the profits to keep building out infrastructure. It seems ludicrous, however Bezos has built one of the greatest, if not the greatest internet sales, distribution businesses on the planet, and still growing.
When a stock has retraced near 50% of the prior down move, profit taking is to be expected. Those that bought in near the lows up to even $10, had seen at over $15, 50% to nearly 100% gains. It is prudent money management to take off some of the position, getting your initial capital back, then letting the rest ride using market money.
For all you people that don't understand NQ is traded on the NYSE. There are no market makers, it is a specialist or spec for short. There is a difference.
Right like someone who has an account size large enough to take a 100K position is going to be posting here. Such nice round numbers also, in at 9 out at 15. Get off your parents computer and go back to playing with your siblings..
AAPL has 150 Billion. It is verifiable and not hidden. Calculated from cash flow from sales and high margin products. They are buying back stock and still generating billions per quarter. Get a few annual reports or read their reports that are available.
The premium is high due to the increased vol and from the large increase in put open interest. A $10 stock that moved 5.15 from high to low today, and had a $12 drop in a day is extremely volatile. If you're selling puts the premium needs to be large.
I've been investing and trading since 1993. My time in this or any other stock is irrelevant. I have a good understanding of market mechanics. A high short interest favors an upside move. Unless a co is fundamentally flawed, and perception by the majority indicates this.Longs selling to exit en masse, a larger supply than demand, or a lack of willing bidders causes price of any stock to drift lower. Not just short sellers in general.
No luck is ever needed. I have my risk parameters and adhere to the rules and discipline that have proven fruitful over the long haul. The definition of luck is, Preparation waiting for opportunity, we're not lucky, we're prepared!
Seeking Alpha doesn't in and of itself write negative or positive articles on any stock. It is a community of individuals who write based upon their analysis of fundamentals, technicals and background in the industry if they have one.
Yes , they have conspired on this stock because you own it. Do you really believe this and make your investing, or trading decisions based upon these limiting beliefs?
Who is anyone person to say how much or how little a stock price should move in one day. The news on the political deal has nothing to do with the value of a business or a stock price. I realize it's the game people play based on perception short term.. In the long term it has no bearing. A 10% move would be warranted on that, hardly.
May be some upside left, more likely would see it start to settle down a bit after 2 very nice days of moves equaling nearly 20%. Doesn't mean it will, just have to watch and be patient.