AAPL: 467.71 -26.93 (-5.44%) : Apple Inc. | Yahoo! Finance
Apple stock movement: A short history lesson | thetechblock.com
The entire point of showing you these charts is not to give you some Jim Cramer buy signal. It’s to tell you to ignore the bullshit headlines that seem to be flooding the internet and newspapers. They come from analysts. Analysts with agendas to either inflate the price of a stock they own or deflate the price of a stock they want. Regardless, good companies will continue to thrive and bad companies will continue to fail. Apple, in my eyes, is still a very good company. Time will tell if I’m right or wrong.
Apple stock history | The Loop
Apple stock movement: A short history lesson | ParisLemon
History. It repeats.
After Apple’s Rise, a Bruising Fall | NYTimes.com
Apple’s Stock Not As Doomed As You Think | Business Insider
Apple analysts scramble to lower their June estimates | Fortune Tech
Although Apple investors are plenty nervous about next week’s March quarter earnings report, the stock’s drop to 16-month lows this week may have more to do with jitters about the next report — the one for the quarter that ends in June.
Q2 FY13 Earning Release | Apple Inc. – Investor News
Apple plans to conduct a conference call to discuss financial results of its second fiscal quarter on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. PT / 5:00 p.m. ET.
Whether the stock bounces from the 16-month low it hit Wednesday or sinks even lower may depend less on iPhone or iPad sales than on its guidance for the June quarter (more on that later) and what it reports about a relatively obscure ratio closely watched by analysts: the company’s gross margin, or GM%.
Even if that’s true, there’s more than one possible explanation for Cirrus Logic’s excess supply of chips. Apple could have switched providers of those chips, for instance. Apple CEO Tim Cook warned when similar negative supplier reports caused a massive freakout among investors a week before earnings last quarter: “I’d stress that even if a particular data point were factual, it would be impossible to interpret [the meaning] for our overall business. Yields can vary, supplier performance can vary … there’s an inordinately long list of things that would make any single data point not a great proxy for what’s going on.”
I recall the same questions being raised when Google fell from $700 to below $300. Today Google is at $780.
It’ll be back.
Live: Amazon Misses Estimates On Earnings, Revenue And Guidance | Business Insider
How the hell does this happen? | The Loop
Amazon misses its earnings, income fell, sales missed Wall Street consensus and… the stock price goes up 6 percent.
Apple sells a gazillion of everything, reports record revenue and profit, and its stock falls.
Amazon Misses Estimates on Earnings, Revenue, and Guidance | Daring Fireball
And the stock has jumped up 10 percent after hours. I need a drink.
What Tech Company is Healthier Than Apple? | TechPinions
A question I look at as I analyze specific companies is who is building a strategy to be a long term company. Many tech companies develop strategies and create corporate vision in the 3-5 year range. Many also don’t even go that far as they are only planning 1-2 years out. There are a rare few companies who strategize a bit longer and Apple is one of them.
What tech company is healthier than Apple? | The Loop