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    Jack
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    Jame
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    Bonita
    I’m going to be pulling out another 5BTC today for the 3rd time this month, This program really exciting! I'm crazy excited to have him.......
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    Scott
    Opinion: to anyone who got scared out, understandable, it’s a scary time, the people most in the know, like Buffett are adding to their positions in AAPL, the very latest news is good, supply chain holding up, new product reviewed by board, new of hiring high level people for apple car and demand for iPhone 13 is strong/well received.

    Here’s an interesting stat that really left me optimistic, the average salary of an AAPL customer is 90k, with all the good product news and their customer base capably of paying for the best products in the world, sounds like a strong position to be in.

    AAPL now has 51% of the smart phone market in the US and a lot of 5g upgrades to come.

    Sleep well, stay current.
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    Arite S
    Not able to understand the reaction for yesterday and today. Everyone knew that the interest rates are going up by 50 basis points. Why the markets went up 3% after the FED announcement and then came down 5% the next day? Makes absolutely no sense. It looks like as if we got hit by something unexpected. One thing is sure the market will keep swinging wildly before it sets a direction.
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    Bob
    $AMZN conversation
    Remember when Amazon reported earnings loss in Q1, and I warned ahead of time showing their website hits dropped dramatically? Well, it's even worse now. After the Ukraine invasion, consumers stopped buying stuff they don't need because of a massive rise in oil prices, and therefore inflation. Q1 only included ONE month of the Ukrainian invasion effects (March). Wait until next quarter when their losses will include THREE full months of the Ukrainian invasion effects AND 2 full months of China's Shanghai lockdowns.

    Read the news about $TSLA production isn't ramping up? Supply chain issues. $AAPL indefinitely affected as China keeps locking down again in the future. Shanghai is opening up, but a report shows only 0.5% of companies are on a white list. That's HALF a percent of companies!!! It'll take time to get shipments to the rest of the world, months and months. The next 2-3 earnings will be epic losses.

    China's dead set on zero COVID policy, meaning the moment the virus just ticks up a few cases, they'll lock down hundreds of millions of people again. Putin isn't giving up no matter how many Russians or Ukrainians die. The only option is Feds keep raising rates aggressively and undoing a ridiculous $9 trillion QE balance sheet to lower inflation.

    The selling is nowhere close to be done. In a bull market, you buy the dips. In a bear market, you sell the rips.

    The Nasdaq $^IXIC $QQQ , S&P $^GSPC $SPY, Dow Jones $^DJI, and small caps $^RUT indices will need to fall -50% at MINIMUM. There's a good chance we'll see -70% or more given China's unwavering zero COVID policy.

    Click to see full image, or go to Wolfram Alpha website and plug in Amazon's address, and click the SHOW HISTORY. It's going to get so much worse.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/ExxcKECm1Y3TxUkX6
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    trader1166
    All channel checks done by both Loup and Wedbush suggest continuing better than expected demand for all Apple products. China re-opening, buybacks , oversold markets, softening inflation and massive short covering should enable AAPL and the markets in general to commence a new bull market cycle this week or next.
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    John
    I’ve been holding since 2008 and have rode out all the downturns. In the past 10 years there have been 6 drops 20% or more including this one:

    09/2012 44% 23 months to get back to start of drop price
    07/2015 31% 19 months
    10/2018 39% 12 months
    02/2020 31% 4 months
    09/2020 20% 4 months
    01/2022 25% current downturn

    It always comes back. Always.
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    Frankie Pentangeli
    Apple Shows AR/VR Headset to Board in Sign of Progress on Key Project
    AR/VR device will be its first major new product since watch
    The headset combines virtual and augmented reality features
    Apple Inc. executives previewed its upcoming mixed-reality headset to the company’s board last week, indicating that development of the device has reached an advanced stage, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
    The company’s board, made up of eight independent directors and Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, convenes at least four times a year. A version of the device was demonstrated to the directors during the latest gathering, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the meeting was private. 
    In recent weeks, Apple has also ramped up development of rOS -- short for reality operating system -- the software that will run on the headset, according to other people familiar with the work. That progress, coupled with the board presentation, suggests that the product’s debut could potentially come within the next several months.
    From the Apple scoop machine:
    The headset, which combines elements of virtual and augmented reality, is Apple’s next big bet. It represents the company’s first major new product category since the Apple Watch in 2015 and would vault the tech giant into a still-nascent industry -- one currently dominated by Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc. Apple is seeking new ways to expand its devices business, which makes up about 80% of annual sales.
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    Khosrow
    When this market turn, which it will, its just the question of when, a lot of smart analysts are going to get caught with their short and put positions, can not wait to see what they say?
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    Mimed
    It's been pumping and dumping in this range for ages! It's technically just going sideways, sideways means generally stagnant... But could be worse could be stocks. Trading went smooth for me as I was able to raise over 15.2 BTC when I started at 4.5 BTC in just few weeks implementing Clara Austin's daily trading signals and tips.
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    THE WHALE
    "We like Apple and it's our largest holding - we keep buying more"

    -WARREN BUFFETT
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    GlassHollow
    Analyst Daniel Ives from Wedbush reiterated a Buy rating on Apple (AAPL), with a $200 price target.
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    Jose
    APPL is making huge revenues and profits unlikely Tesla or Amazon which are not making profits and not giving dividends .
    Different stories and different Companies .
    Tough times should be kind of strong Companies and tough to bubbles priced Companies like Tesla , Amazon and many others .
    APPL is cheap now
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    Raphael
    Far more money has been lost by investors trying to anticipate corrections, than lost in the corrections themselves
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    Loki
    who sold below 133, very sad, you got scared out of your shares. now you lose.
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    Frankie Pentangeli
    Apple’s soon-to-be-launched headset product will further diversify the company’s current lineup:
    52% iPhone
    20% Services
    11% Mac
    9% Wearables and home
    8% iPad
    Apple has aimed to unveil the headset as early as the end of this year or sometime next year, with a consumer release planned for 2023. It targeted an introduction at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, but challenges related to content and overheating have led to potential delays, Bloomberg has reported. The company declined to comment on plans for the headset.
    Apple’s sales have been soaring, hitting record levels in recent quarters. But supply-chain snags and concerns about slowing consumer spending have weighed on its stock. The shares are down about 23% this year -- part of a broader tech slump -- including a 2.6% dip on Thursday. 
    The iPhone maker’s board has typically been the first group outside of Apple’s regular employees to see future products. Executives demonstrated the Siri voice assistant to the Apple board several weeks before its public introduction in 2011, around the time that Steve Jobs resigned as CEO.
    The headset features advanced processors -- on par with those in Apple’s latest Macs -- as well as ultra-high-resolution screens. Though the first model will offer both VR and AR, the company is also working on stand-alone AR glasses, codenamed N421, for release later this decade. Unlike VR, augmented reality overlays digital information and images on top of the real world.
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    Munther
    TARGET +CISCO problems will not apply to Apple.
    The apple slide this week was based on fears from those two reports.
    Apple sales were not affected by inflation or china lockdowns in Q1.
    Apple will meet their reduced estimates for Q3 in July (based on china lockdowns) and their supply chain issue will end in SEPT.
    There are fears of china slowdown. Reports show that Apple sales in April were not affected.
    Apple will have a HUGE Q4 performance if you are patient!
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    Elmars
    FYI…Huge Announcement coming mid to late next week. Apple off the charts! This undisclosed source has never let me down.
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    GlassHollow
    Analyst Wamsi Mohan from Bank of America Securities maintained a Buy rating on Apple (AAPL), with a $200 price target.