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    Posted: 20 March 2011 10:58 PM #31

    blaze biscuits - 21 March 2011 01:50 AM
    Mav - 20 March 2011 07:08 PM
    mcharliem - 20 March 2011 06:34 PM

    AT&T buying T-Mobile.  I think that’ll give AAPL a little pop tomorrow morning.

    Wow!  AAPL catalyst, probably.  Always wondered when the TMoPhone would show up.  Not too long now, I’d think…

    they shouldn’t get the iphone, for what I understand, for another 12 months..  until that deal is actually finalized and approved..  Check Brazils post with the link to the Q & A’s..  let me give it here too..  I have it in another tab and maybe easier for people to find than to scroll.  it’s important:  http://newsroom.t-mobile.com/articles/more-information-att-acquires-tmobile

    This is a VERY funny line from the ‘press release’
    Is T-Mobile USA getting the iPhone?
    “.............. We do not offer the iPhone. We offer cutting edge devices like the Samsung Galaxy S 4G and coming soon our new Sidekick 4G.”

    This is a good example of why these JA’s are getting bought out. The first thing Vz should do (after the approval) is clean house of the T managers.

    cheers
      JohnG

         
  • Posted: 20 March 2011 11:28 PM #32

    On an encouraging note that also offers some perspective: 

    Nissan, Honda and Toyota will resume production this week—not at full tilt perhaps, but a restart nonetheless.  It’s worth noting that each vehicle is built from approx. 5,000 parts.

    Isn’t it more than a little pessimistic to believe that Apple cannot procure the necessary parts it needs to keep its iPad production online if the car manufacturers can?  Don’t underestimate the resourcefulness of Tim Cook and the Japanese to overcome any challenges here.

         
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    Posted: 20 March 2011 11:31 PM #33

    Mercel - 21 March 2011 02:28 AM

    On an encouraging note that also offers some perspective: 

    Nissan, Honda and Toyota will resume production this week—not at full tilt perhaps, but a restart nonetheless.  It’s worth noting that each vehicle is built from approx. 5,000 parts.

    Isn’t it more than a little pessimistic to believe that Apple cannot procure the necessary parts it needs to keep its iPad production online if the car manufacturers can?  Don’t underestimate the resourcefulness of Tim Cook and the Japanese to overcome any challenges here.

    Agreed

    I am tempted in movIng a little more cash.smile

    Great skiing today by the way.

         
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    Posted: 20 March 2011 11:47 PM #34

    Mercel - 21 March 2011 02:28 AM

    On an encouraging note that also offers some perspective: 

    Nissan, Honda and Toyota will resume production this week—not at full tilt perhaps, but a restart nonetheless.  It’s worth noting that each vehicle is built from approx. 5,000 parts.

    Isn’t it more than a little pessimistic to believe that Apple cannot procure the necessary parts it needs to keep its iPad production online if the car manufacturers can?  Don’t underestimate the resourcefulness of Tim Cook and the Japanese to overcome any challenges here.

    Apple’s 10-K makes no secret that certain components are sourced from Japan, but no one knows exactly what or how much Apple needs for any one of its given products.

    It’s more filling in the information gap with fear, which you can always count on to bring AAPL down from time to time.

    But not for long, I’m thinking.

    [ Edited: 20 March 2011 11:50 PM by Mav ]

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    Posted: 21 March 2011 12:01 AM #35

    Friday will be a great day for aapl shareholders.
    Think of those lines.

         
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    Posted: 21 March 2011 12:31 AM #37

    Hilarious.  The Daily Mail debunking its own prior reporting.

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  • Posted: 21 March 2011 12:55 AM #38

    Here’s a reminder of AAPL price action during the period Feb 1 - May 15.  For the past five years, AAPL has generally climbed into the FQ2 2011 earnings call in April.  Let’s hope the historical trend is our friend once again.

         
  • Posted: 21 March 2011 12:58 AM #39

    Nagrani - 21 March 2011 03:01 AM

    Friday will be a great day for aapl shareholders.
    Think of those lines.

    I should think the anticipation alone of lines on Friday will be reflected in AAPL by Wed.-Thursday.

         
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    Posted: 21 March 2011 01:06 AM #40

    J, how about plotting 2011 to date in that fancy schmancy chart of yours? grin

    Also, wonder what you think about the rise in options IV the last 2 weeks (and the possibility that we’re going to see that dip back into the low 20’s as the mkt. settles down?)

    TIA

         
  • Posted: 21 March 2011 01:19 AM #41

    ChasMac77 - 21 March 2011 04:06 AM

    J, how about plotting 2011 to date in that fancy schmancy chart of yours? grin

    Also, wonder what you think about the rise in options IV the last 2 weeks (and the possibility that we’re going to see that dip back into the low 20’s as the mkt. settles down?)

    TIA

    I’m waiting for April 1 to update the charts for 2011 #s. Right now, we’re looking a bit contrarian w/historical trends.  I’m not worried, nor about my April options.  And I’ll take less uncertainty in the market with what we’ve been through the past two weeks.

         
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    Posted: 21 March 2011 01:22 AM #42

    Mercel - 21 March 2011 03:55 AM

    Here’s a reminder of AAPL price action during the period Feb 1 - May 15.  For the past five years, AAPL has generally climbed into the FQ2 2011 earnings call in April.  Let’s hope the historical trend is our friend once again.

    Are 08 and 09 flip flopped?

         
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    Posted: 21 March 2011 01:24 AM #43

    Mercel - 21 March 2011 03:55 AM

    Here’s a reminder of AAPL price action during the period Feb 1 - May 15.  For the past five years, AAPL has generally climbed into the FQ2 2011 earnings call in April.  Let’s hope the historical trend is our friend once again.

    Would be nice if you could add some technical analysis to this and graph 2011 for the same period as shown in prior years.

         
  • Posted: 21 March 2011 01:39 AM #44

    Nagrani - 21 March 2011 04:22 AM

    Are 08 and 09 flip flopped?


    It looks like it, but no: Recall the bottom in AAPL during March 2009.

         
  • Posted: 21 March 2011 01:40 AM #45

    Monday

    R4       357.56
      midpoint   353.46
    R3       349.36
      midpoint   345.26
    R2       341.16
      midpoint   338.54
    R1       335.91
      midpoint   334.44
    PP       332.96
      midpoint   330.34
    S1       327.71
      midpoint   326.24
    S2       324.76
      midpoint   320.66
    S3       316.56
      midpoint   312.46
    S4       308.36