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I’m really not sure how these earnings will go, and I’m afraid airlines will drag the market down. And the other companies that might do well don’t seem to have as big of an effect on the market as the banks do for example. I just need my AAPL calls to print.
about 2 hours ago
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Watching AAPL since 2010 - to 2017 was wild. Lost interest not long after the 7:1 and cashed out. Which is why I haven't followed the price, and didn't even learn about the 4:1 until "recently." When it's not my money, and not getting a commission, it's someone else's problem. I just regret that day in April 2010 not buying more personally. Some of the days watching the price was fucking nuts, good highs, good lows, leading up to keynotes and earnings, wild ride. AAPL will be 200 before the end of the year easily. The eVehicle stuff is all Bullshit though. It may have been around 2013 when Cook was visiting Maranello in Italy, the Ferrari factory, all to partner with the AirPlay etc. I was excited as a shareholder about all the news, and also as a car/F1 person, read all the reports etc. Couple of years later, all the new reports came out about it being only a "meeting - Ferrari rejected them" etc. Ugh. Still made cash by them though. But this was right around the time TSLA was taking off. It's a game.
about 3 hours ago
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You are lucky. Usually from the late 00's, AAPL went down on earnings. Haven't followed since before the 4:1 stock split a few years ago. AAPL price went down during earnings calls. Enough reddit live threads /r/apple to research. Maybe if earnings calls aren't affecting them that badly any longer, well, I may need to revise things. (The week leading up to an earnings call used to be beautiful - which is why it tanked during the call, even though reporting awesome earnings - media reporting losses all week leading up to it, easy buy in. )
about 3 hours ago
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I only bet on aapl during earnings last two times I’ve done it has yielded 100% gains.
about 3 hours ago
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Oh okay. Good job. Stop betting on AAPL though. Not sure if you read my post below, might be worth reading. (I wish I was more into options in 2008-2012 with AAPL. Easy millions to be made)
about 3 hours ago
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This is honestly bullshit, if people didn’t care about it then kill the thread. There are thousands here everyday, tell me some TSLA, MSFT, AAPL bullshit. Nothing will compare to GME and that’s the new reality of the sub. Funny how the mods set a date and they killed it, I’ll see you elsewhere ape gang. 💎🤲💎🤲💎
about 3 hours ago
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On a normal good day, AAPL would move, sheet, 7 - 11 dollars per day before the 7:1 stock split (around $430+ bringing it down to $70). After the last stock split, it moved a few dollars. Since the 4:1 stock split - it's pretty fucking boomer. And the dividends kinda suck too. May as well buy IBM if crying over AAPL. Maybe I was in a coma. 4:1 stock split only puts shit at a 536 prior to the 7:1, and well, that puts it at 3752. The 4:1 should never have occurred. It was too soon after the 7:1. Electric car stuff? All bullshit. Will never happen. A few years ago, Cook and Luca Di of Ferrari were having meetings, exploring each others' industries, all as a ploy to make it look like they were going to have a collab. It never happened. It was just business doing business things. When AAPL did the 7:1 stock split? What was the price of Amazon, Google, and TSLA? You don't even want to know if you don't know. (Goog 480, Amazon 200 or something, and you don't need to know what TSLA was). So go cry all over your AAPL. They stock split to make them more lucrative to steal investor cash than the others. (Right before the AAPL 7:1, FB floated, at 25 bucks). Edit 2: Oh but all us GME people are retards and only "new" to investing. Good investors have a memory, while new investors don't remember things that happened before.
about 3 hours ago
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You are a Boomer. Enough Bias yet? It's not 2010 dude. AAPL has gone full boomer. Lack of movement these last three years?
about 3 hours ago
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Imma need aapl to wake the fuck up next week, someone give me some conformation bias
about 3 hours ago
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No, you are not. There are moments in these short lives of ours that we need to stand up. Having said that, it does require walking away momentarily at times, but to always come back attacking with new strategies and learned lesson. Example: AAPL is on an upswing macro movement, but weeklies can be destructive nevertheless. So at 133 last eow and 134 this eow, you know sub 130 is confidently safe to engage. I bought 10x 130c last week and just made 2500 today expiration. Bought 131/134 spread at such low entry that is up 25%. Sell atm / Buy itm weeklies, from one Friday to the next. It is start to get easy.
about 4 hours ago
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