Technical trading works very well with AAPL. You need to learn how to read charts, develop a technical based trading strategy, and be disciplined with it. There are many technical traders on this board. If you have questions, please feel free to ask.
You should only use leverage, margin or option, when a stock is breaking out of resistance in an uptrend chart with a reasonable RSI. Right now the AAPL chart is still in a downtrend.
You should only use leverage, margin or option, when a stock is breaking out resistance in an uptrend chart with a reasonable RSI. Right now the AAPL chart is still in a downtrend.
Dude, you need to develop a system to trade, fine turn the system as you gain more experiences but stick to it as much as you can. Without a sound system, trading is like driving a car with a blackout windshield.
iOS 7 hasn't been released. It is a controlled release but the first group including NY will start at 1:00pm EDT. There is a release time chart posted. You can google "See What Time iOS 7 Drops In Your Region" for it.
Dude, I am afraid you might be looking at the wrong indicators or perhaps misinterpreting what the indicators show. In addition to breaking of support and resistance levels, I have mentioned RSI many times in the past. I call it the Risk Severity Indicator. You might want to take a deeper look into it.
That's why I have been saying over and over again. You can't trade on fundamentals, you have to trade on technicals.
Hong Kong and China allow 5s preorder starting 9/17 6AM local time which is 6PM EDT today. It should give us a good indication how well 5s sell over there.
Agree. If the 5S has supply problem, the crash will have legs. Be careful here.
You get a $100 discount if you aren't a current Sprint customer and you are bringing your old mobile number over to Sprint.
I don't know where you get your data from. Perhaps you are right. I don't know. What I do know is that there are 157 cities in China with populations over 2 million. Just Shanghai alone has 23M people. Beijing is a little smaller with $20M. The total population of those 157 cities are a little over 895M. They are the 2012 numbers, there might be more now. I can assure you that most of the people in those big cities have functioning toilets and they do use mobile phones.
BTW, Hong Kong and Macau weren't counted in the 157 cities because they are special administrative regions with their own government structures.