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Here are this week's need-to-know facts about the stock market, economy, Wall Street, and life-changing global events...
It's the numbers that count in this crazy world. They can tell stories that words sometimes can't.
AAPL, VRX, and China contributed three out of the 10 numbers that shocked investors most this week. Here's a look at some of the fascinating, infuriating, amusing, depressing, and altogether important figures that the world has put up on the board recently - and why you need to know them...
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock climbed 4.1% yesterday after the company reported quarterly earnings, and AAPL stock is now up 15.1% since the end of August.
Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani made his regular appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." Wednesday and explained how investors should handle Apple stock at this week's price.
The most anticipated earnings report of the season comes today when Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) reports its fiscal Q4 results after the bell.
There are ways to score extra profits every quarter when earnings trigger short-term moves in Apple's share price. Last quarter, for example, my Money Calendar Alert members made as much as 175% on AAPL stock in the 11 days it took shareholders to book just 2.46%.
The best part is, with the right strategy, it doesn't matter which way the stock moves, just that it moves.
It's been about a month since Apple Inc. shares started their recent slip. They're now down about 12% in that time, and a few talking heads are still trying to scare investors into selling...
As usual, they're wrong.
The stock market has pulled back overall, and Apple isn't immune from those downturns.
Really, no stock is.
Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton, Jr. joined Bloomberg Radio last week, offering a critical perspective on Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) and Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).
Barton explained how technical indicators can work in concert with the strong investor sentiment that comes with the huge followings these companies have. But these indicators can also show when price movements are out of line with this kind of emotional buying and selling.
Since the last bona fide financial bubble, the real estate and credit bubble of 2007 to 2009, it seems like every time anyone pays a few pennies too much for a stock, there is a flock of analysts ready to start crowing "bubble!" like so many birds on a wire.
I believe that any pundit who calls a sector or market a "bubble" when they really mean "fundamentally or technically overbought" should be banished from pontificating until the real bubble appears.
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock has fallen 11.2% since July 20, and many investors are wondering if now is the time to give up on Apple stock.
According to our Apple stock price predictions, that would be a major mistake. In fact, with AAPL shares now trading near $115, this is an excellent opportunity to add to your position.
Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton joined FOX Business' "Varney & Company"Thursday, offering insight on a number of hot stocks, including Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) and Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX).
In rapid-fire fashion, Barton gave Varney and the panel a concise course of action for each stock.
Before this month's crash, Chinese markets doubled over seven months to peak at 5,166 in mid-June.
On the way up, anecdotes abounded of farmers abandoning their fields in favor of trading stocks on margin. By late June, there were more individual investors in China than the 87.8 million card-carrying members of the Communist Party of China.
Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." yesterday (Wednesday) to discuss Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) initial post-earnings drop.
Shah explained that the investor sentiment of disappointment was "ridiculous" and called the post-earnings AAPL price dip an opportunity for smart investors to jump in.
There's no doubt that Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is a fantastic long-term hold. Its growth prospects are excellent, and it will hit $200 a share on its way to being the world's first trillion-dollar company.
That will be great for shareholders when it happens, but it's going to take more than a year to hit those milestones.
But I'm going to show you an easy-to-make trade that made my Money Calendar Alert Members as much as 175% in the 11 days it took shareholders to book just 2.46%.
With Apple so often on the cutting edge of technology, it is easy to treat its latest breakthroughs as the status quo for such an innovator.
That typically leaves real unclaimed value on the table when it has a new product or service in the market.
But the newest big story out of Cupertino is hardly the status quo - even for a firm like Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).
In one sense, answering the question "How much money does Apple have?" is easy.
During its Q2 earnings conference call Monday, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) reported that it now has $193.5 billion in cash and cash equivalents on its balance sheet.
That's a big number. But what could you do with it?