AAPL Intraday Updates (Archive)

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 12:44 AM #31

    lovemyipad - 31 October 2011 02:21 AM

    P, that was Lion!  He’s great! smile

    Ditto that iPad!

         
  • Posted: 31 October 2011 01:06 AM #32

    Monday

    R4       416.12
      midpoint   414.20
    R3       412.28
      midpoint   410.36
    R2       408.44
      midpoint   407.57
    R1       406.70
      midpoint   405.65
    PP       404.60
      midpoint   403.73
    S1       402.86
      midpoint   401.81
    S2       400.76
      midpoint   398.84
    S3       396.92
      midpoint   395.00
    S4       393.08

         
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    Posted: 31 October 2011 01:32 AM #33

    Prazan - 31 October 2011 02:13 AM

    A few months ago someone on this site (forgive me for forgetting who) recommended this website for an array of stats about Apple, including a list of key support/resistance levels:

    http://www.stockconsultant.com/consultnow/basicplus.cgi?&symbol=AAPL

    Thanks again. I visit this site whenever I’m setting targets for Apple or the few other stocks I trade.

    Speaking of great sites, what’s that one that lists all the AAPL target prices? I had my crappy Dell laptop (redundant?) crash with all my best bookmarks. Ironic that Macs and iCloud would have saved me.

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 01:44 AM #34

    JDSoCal - 30 October 2011 09:03 PM
    kevinhernandez - 30 October 2011 07:39 PM

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/30/opinion/mona-simpsons-eulogy-for-steve-jobs.html?_r=4&pagewanted=all

    Holy crap, read the last part 4 times and choked up every time! That was incredible!

    After watching the Apple Campus tribute to Steve Jobs, I came to understand how/why I was so emotionally moved by his passing:  He put so much love into the products it came through to me, to everyone. How could we not feel that love? How could we not mourn the passing of its source.

    Mona’s eulogy reinforced this understanding, of how much love went into what he created.

    His last words remind me of a book written by Wayne Dyer in which he reveals the last words of some of the greatest humans…

    Steve’s, “OH WOW, OH WOW, OH WOW,” fits right in with the others… I don’t have the book in front of me, but here’s one that I remember.

    Adams, John Quincy “This is the last of earth! I am content.”

    [ Edited: 31 October 2011 01:58 AM by jjjz ]

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 01:47 AM #35

    Unique - 31 October 2011 04:35 AM
    Eric Landstrom - 31 October 2011 03:04 AM

    If all goes well this week my cyclical banks will thunder ahead.

    Hoping for a big red monday on BAC. Need it to pay for the beach house.

    I know you cashed in some, let me have my fun Eric raspberry


    Unique, build your beach house near the equator in northern Peru… talk to me about it…

    Meanwhile, I thought you might need this:

    Appfile
    THIS app takes your iDevice out of this world. It is free from the iTunes App Store but to use it you need to spend about $300 for a fairly remarkable little black box and another $US115 ($111) a year to subscribe to the Globalstar satellite network.
    That done, you will be able to make connections that could save your life, summon help in an emergency or ease the anxiety of friends and relatives who think you insane to have gone looking for the ghosts of Burke and Wills. In other words, it is aimed at people fond of getting lost in the bush, such as the thousands of grey nomads touring Australia with caravan or tent.
    The app is SPOT Connect, which allows any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad (either wi-fi only or 3G) running iOS 3 or later to send SMS-style text messages or brief emails to anywhere in the world that is not covered by a mobile phone network. It does this by pairing your iDevice with the SPOT Connect satellite communicator (the aforementioned little black box).
    You type messages on the iDevice keyboard, hit send and the communicator finds a satellite that connects to an earth station (Globalstar has three in Australia and dozens around the world) to send the message to the specified recipient. Nice, when you know that our mobile phone network covers only a quarter of Australia’s land mass.
    Features include an SOS mode that sends your GPS location to the GEOS international emergency system every five minutes until your batteries die. Messages can also be sent via Facebook and Twitter. The app is available for Android.
    More info at au.findmespot.com


    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/computers/heads-in-icloud-hearts-with-siri-20111019-1m6oa.html#ixzz1cKXXMFyE

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 01:52 AM #36

    Unique - 31 October 2011 04:35 AM
    Eric Landstrom - 31 October 2011 03:04 AM

    If all goes well this week my cyclical banks will thunder ahead.

    Hoping for a big red monday on BAC. Need it to pay for the beach house.

    I know you cashed in some, let me have my fun Eric raspberry

    A nice red Monday sounds good to me! :eg: wink

    “Why are you still here?” - Tim Cook, supposedly

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 06:36 AM #37

    Oh wonderful… You can thank those clowns at the Japanese Central Bank for today’s lower start. They decided to debase the Yen even more. That’s just one of those things that no amount of chart reading or studying of fundamentals will predict.

    This approach is the only thing those idiots are able to do. Forget trying to create the conditions for small businesses to flourish, let’s just crush the currency some more!

    EDIT: So much for that bullish 1H MACD cross I was looking for. We are now sat on the 200 EMA on that chart, which is support, so looking for a bit of a bounce.

    [ Edited: 31 October 2011 06:46 AM by wheeles ]

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:18 AM #38

    Positive by 1.80,,,,,,,,why?

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:25 AM #39

    Red Shirted Ensign - 31 October 2011 02:18 PM

    Positive by 1.80,,,,,,,,why?

    Does there have to be a reason? Let CNBC hunt for reasons. They’ll probably cite Piper Jaffrey’s latest note.

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  • Posted: 31 October 2011 11:32 AM #40

    Unique - 31 October 2011 02:27 PM
    Unique - 31 October 2011 04:35 AM
    Eric Landstrom - 31 October 2011 03:04 AM

    If all goes well this week my cyclical banks will thunder ahead.

    Hoping for a big red monday on BAC. Need it to pay for the beach house.

    I know you cashed in some, let me have my fun Eric raspberry

    Life is good. Umm..time to sleep. Need more 6 figure mondays.

    Your fun starts mid week Eric, miracle QE3 baby?


    I take it you are not counting the two figures after the decimal point ? 

    Well done ....

         
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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:33 AM #41

    Red Shirted Ensign - 31 October 2011 02:18 PM

    Positive by 1.80,,,,,,,,why?

    Good Morning Boys And Girls

    Red I wanted to congratulate you for being the closest on those price targets that DT recently posted on the 640 thread.

    Today we are moving against the market, but I am not optimistic we will stay there for long.  The MF Global BK will hurt the overall market further and will bring us down as well.  They are a large bank with billions in holdings.

    Volume continues to be light.  i wonder if the options video guy predicted todays early move.

         
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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:39 AM #42

    willrob - 31 October 2011 04:06 AM

    Monday

    R4       416.12
      midpoint   414.20
    R3       412.28
      midpoint   410.36
    R2       408.44
      midpoint   407.57
    R1       406.70
      midpoint   405.65
    PP       404.60
      midpoint   403.73
    S1       402.86
      midpoint   401.81
    S2       400.76
      midpoint   398.84
    S3       396.92
      midpoint   395.00
    S4       393.08

    Bounced from S2 (PM) to R2.  Will it hit R4?

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:43 AM #43

    adamthompson3232 - 31 October 2011 02:38 PM

    Unique, I’ver never had a six figure day but didn’t you say in the past that you make $200-300 per day trading? Seems strange that all of a sudden you could have a six figure day. If I’m wrong, HUGE congrats!!!

    for Unique, you have to add a couple zeroes to those numbers ...

         
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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:43 AM #44

    Unique - 31 October 2011 04:35 AM
    Eric Landstrom - 31 October 2011 03:04 AM

    If all goes well this week my cyclical banks will thunder ahead.

    Hoping for a big red monday on BAC. Need it to pay for the beach house.

    I know you cashed in some, let me have my fun Eric raspberry

    Trading banks is better than trading AAPL because of the better percentage moves.

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    Posted: 31 October 2011 11:46 AM #45

    somebody/somebodies buying up the AAPL today.  surprising to me, was expecting a little weakness.  still hasn’t definitively broken that 408-410 range yet ...