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28 July 2021
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Fineco traders have been selling Apple stock

The Motley Fool UK

21/07/2021 - 16:01

Here’s why traders on the Fineco platform have been selling Apple stock this week. We also look at other shares being bought and sold right now. The post Fineco traders have been selling Apple stock appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.


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    I know as a retail investor you have no real effect on the market (except for the whole fiasco in January) but I am speaking as if you're a market maker. If Vanguard didn't have any Apple stock and sold $1b worth of apple stock, would Apple's price be affected? Or does Vanguard have to actually OWN the $1b worth of Apple stock and then sell it for Apple's stock price to be affected? Thanks   submitted by   /u/carltonbankrolls [link]   [comments]
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  2. What have Fineco traders been buying? (12/03/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    By looking at what traders have been buying and selling, we can get a more detailed picture of the market. Not only does this help us to see where we are right now, but it also gives us some insight into where things might be heading. Let’s take a look at what’s been piquing the interest of Fineco traders and grab some hot-off-the-press trading information. [top_pitch] What have traders been buying? This year is already turning out to be an eventful one for investors! It seems like there are changes and announcements on a daily basis that are really shaking up the markets. Here are three trends that are seeing a lot of activity from traders: 1. Cannabis stocks Everyone is always on the look-out for the next big thing. Cannabis is becoming a more legitimate industry and has a lot of potential to grow (excuse the pun). In the US, federal legalisation hopes went up massively with Biden’s election win and more states voting to legalise. There’s been a bit of a scramble recently and traders have been buying up lots of cannabis-related stocks. All this attention has driven up the price of what were penny stocks. This could no doubt become a booming legal industry within a few years. But it’s a difficult task picking out the companies that will succeed. Some traders just want some exposure. Others are investing heavily in and out of businesses like Aphria, the most-traded company on Fineco so far this month. [middle_pitch] 2. Banking and insurance stocks These industries have had a tough time over the last year. It’s not been business as usual due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, banks and insurance companies are adapting. With the outlook for this year being brighter, traders have been rushing to pick up shares in companies like: Standard Life HSBC Aviva There has been a high demand for these companies and a lot of buying action. Perhaps traders think a good upside is on the horizon for these more stable businesses as things return to normal. 3. Airbnb shares Over in the US, Airbnb has attracted a lot of buying activity from traders. It’s been a ropey time for most companies involved in hospitality and holidays, even for darlings like Airbnb. However, recent announcements from the company around their financials and recovery plans have got investors excited.  The company is showing that even when things are rough, they can still be agile and make money. This is only reinforcing the view that once things are closer to normal, the company is going to be coming back with a bang. Who are the traders that have been buying and selling? Almost as interesting as ‘what’ people are trading, is who is doing this buying and selling. There’s been a massive uptick in new investors and Fineco saw its overall client base grow by a third in the last quarter. It’s massive growth, and it’s similar to reports from other share dealing platforms. Amongst these traders, millennial males have been the most active. It also looks like the younger Generation Z are dipping their toes into investing with 119% growth in this area. It’s great to see more young people investing because the more time you have, the better compound interest can work in your favour and really grow your wealth. It will be interesting to see which companies continue to rebound and find out if what traders have been buying keeps attracting more interest. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading 2 FTSE 250 stocks I’d buy for big returns now 2 reasons I’d buy at the current HSBC share price My passive income list right now would have these 2 ideas on it Here’s how much passive income I’d have made over 5 years from BP shares Break old money habits fast with these tips The post What have Fineco traders been buying? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  3. Fineco traders have been selling Spotify stock (13/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Even with a big shift into streaming, the music business has been a big money maker over the years. Companies are jostling for position in this new age and although Spotify is sitting on top of the hill, recently traders have been selling their stock. Let’s take a look at what’s going on with these shares and see what other companies are trading heavily right now. [top_pitch] What do we know about Spotify (SPOT) stock? It looks like there’s been a recent sell-off of shares from the music streaming giant. According to data from FinecoBank, traders have been selling a lot of Spotify stock, with 100% of the trading volume coming from sellers. There are a few potential reasons why this is happening: Although Spotify still has the majority market share in music streaming, the company is facing increasing levels of competition from big tech rivals Spotify has been performing well for years but there are fewer opportunities for the company to grow these days Spotify is spending a lot of money on content and building its podcast side of the business, which will affect its balance sheet and finances All that being said, Spotify is digging in for the long-haul. Even if its growth is slowing, it’s still the market leader in music streaming by a decent margin. You should also consider that the company’s costly podcast investments could pay off in time. Other than Spotify stock, what’s interesting traders? There are a number of companies out there keeping traders on their toes. Here’s a breakdown of some of the most notable activity on the Fineco platform this week. Natwest Group (NWG) This was the top mover globally, seeing a 50/50 split between traders buying and selling the stock. A recent announcement laid out Natwest’s ambitious plans to team up with three other global banks to create a platform for buying and selling carbon credits. The initiative called ‘Project Carbon’ will aim to bring more liquidity and transparency to the voluntary carbon marketplace. It’s an admirable move by the bank, but clearly one that has received a mixed response amongst traders. [middle_pitch] J Sainsbury (SBRY) Just behind Natwest as a stock attracting global attention was J Sainsbury, with another even split between buys and sells. Supermarkets have been in the financial news a lot recently following the Morrisons bidding war. This has sparked renewed interest in other big UK shops with some believing they are undervalued stocks. Sainsburys reported a rise in sales and this has added to the buzz, with some analysts believing they’re next in line for a takeover bid. Others believe this is all just hot air. Nio (NIO) In the USA, this electric vehicle (EV) company was attracting the most attention, with 47% seeing more upside and 53% selling the stock. The EV market continues to grow, and Nio has managed to successfully increase its vehicle output by 112% compared to Q2 2020. EV stocks remain sought after by traders. But some believe that a lot of potential growth has already been priced in. This is why we’re seeing an almost equal division between buyers and sellers. How can I invest in Spotify stock and others? If you plan on trading frequently, using a cheap share dealing account is a good way to try and keep your costs down. Making use of something like the FinecoBank stocks and shares ISA will also reduce tax responsibilities when you are buying and selling. However, it’s also worth considering a long-term approach. it’s a good idea to seek companies to invest in for the years ahead rather than making quick trades. Just remember that with any investing your money is at risk. You may get out less than what you put in. So be sure to consider any moves carefully before pulling the trigger. Please note that tax treatment depends on the specific circumstances of the individual and may be subject to change in the future. The post Fineco traders have been selling Spotify stock appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. 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    Hi, I'm new to all this stock and trading. What I know is that someone who buy and sell is called day trader. What do you call someone who trade the daily chart like maybe buy today and hold for a day or two before selling? or are they just traders?   submitted by   /u/reyfire [link]   [comments]
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  5. Let’s talk AAPL (23/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Everyone seems to love AAPL with good reason. It’s consistent growth and rising dividend and stock buybacks, followed by tons of company cash makes it an easy recommendation. They are a market leader in almost every field they touch. However the price of the stock hasn’t moved since August 2020. That’s right at about 10 months of 0 growth. In that same time, VTI has gone up roughly +24%. (Yes I know Apple had a huge run up before August 2020, but I’m talking about now) Currently I have about 15% of my portfolio in Apple stock. I am debating selling it and moving the funds to VTI. That would still net me 5% exposure to Apple. What does everyone else think? Is it worth continuing to hold your Apple shares after a year of no growth?   submitted by   /u/Baykey123 [link]   [comments]
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  6. Selling at a loss to purchase a different stock (09/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So kind of a two questioner... at what point should you cut your losses and sell and what is everyone's take at selling at a loss on a stock to purchase another one. For example selling your weed stocks at a loss to purchase apple?   submitted by   /u/newUsername2 [link]   [comments]
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  7. What have traders been buying recently? (08/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Traders have been buying and selling an interesting selection of shares this week. Read on to find out what companies are moving the needle and attracting lots of buyers right now. [top_pitch] What shares are traders buying? According to the latest market data from Fineco Bank, a certain handful of companies have been generating a lot of buys recently. Here are the most popular shares for UK traders looking to buy stocks: Prudential (PRU) Stagecoach Group (SGC) DS Smith (SMDS) Porvair (PRV) Persimmon (PSN) What other shares are traders buying and selling? Although the companies above have been bought heavily, some shares are more hotly contested. This means that lots of sellers are pushing in the opposite direction. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest stocks that are interesting traders at the moment. AFC Energy (AFC) This fuel cell power company was the most traded company in the UK this week. Only 20% of the volume was people buying the stock. The other 80% was people selling. This blossoming green transformation company has big goals. It’s released a number of statements so far this year explaining its plans to keep creating innovative technology. Most recently, the company has confirmed the imminent arrival of plans for an electric vehicle (EV) charger. This is news that might have excited investors more in the past, but perhaps some fear the company is trying to jump on the EV bandwagon. ChargePoint Holdings Inc. (CHPT) Staying on the EV topic, ChargePoint earned the title of top global mover on the Fineco platform. The company is continuing to expand its services and just announced a partnership with Mercedes-Benz. But this wasn’t enough to instil investors with confidence, and traders were selling these shares just as much as they were buying them. There’s still reason to be optimistic about the long-term prospects of the company. It’s positioning itself well to make the most of Biden’s green push for clean energy. [middle_pitch] Virgin Galactic (SPCE) Globally, this one of the most debated stocks of the week, with 50% buying shares and the other 50% selling them. Virgin Galactic hit the headlines when CEO Richard Branson announced his plans to fly on the company’s next space flight, which is scheduled for 11 July. This came just hours after Jeff Bezos made an announcement that he would also travel into space with his rival company. Perhaps some extra-terrestrial competitiveness is starting to surge amongst the world’s richest people. Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) Another top mover in the UK is Lloyds, with 61% of investors buying shares and 39% selling. This comes after news that the British bank will be shutting the doors on another 44 physical branches this year. Obviously, this isn’t great news for people who like to do their banking in person, but the coronavirus pandemic has helped push more people into doing things digitally. It looks like investors might be fans of this bold move to cut costs and move with the times. How can I invest in the shares traders have been buying? It’s straightforward to invest in some of these companies using a share dealing account. Making use of something like the Fineco Bank stocks and shares ISA will also help protect your investments from tax. That said, tax treatment does depend on your individual circumstances and could change in the future. As you can see, many people are split on what they think will happen to share prices. So just remember that no one knows for sure what’s going to happen. You may get out less than you put in when it comes to investing. However, having a long-term outlook and avoiding too much trading can help keep your costs down. This will give you the best chance of success in the long run. The post What have traders been buying recently? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Why is the FTSE 100 down today? An absurdly cheap FTSE 250 stock I’d buy now How I’d invest in UK dividend stocks to aim for £100 a month in passive income The FTSE 100 has crashed 150 points today! Here’s why Here’s why I bought Tesco shares
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  12. Fineco traders have been buying CMC Markets stock (23/06/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    If you’re curious to know about the most-bought stock in recent weeks, we can reveal that CMC Markets is one stock that’s attracting a lot of interest. Here’s why it’s been a popular choice and a look at some other stocks that have been piquing the interest of traders. [top_pitch] What is CMC Markets (CMCX)? If you’ve not come across CMC Markets stock before, let me give you a quick breakdown. It’s a financial services company based in the UK. A financial services business can cover quite a lot of areas, and these folks focus largely on trading and institutional technology solutions. This just means that the company helps large clients to trade and invest in financial instruments. So CMC Markets helps facilitate big-money moves for larger investors. A large part of the company’s service focuses on contracts for difference (CFDs) and financial spread bets. These are areas that can be quite complex and risky. Why is CMC Markets stock doing so well? Research from Fineco Bank shows that on their platform, CMC Markets stock has been the biggest mover in the UK in the last week. Not only that, but 99% of the trading action was people buying shares. The company recently announced that it would be launching a new investment platform to rival other top-rated share dealing accounts. So perhaps this fuelled the excitement that has led to lots of interest in the company. Aside from that, the company’s share price has been increasing at a respectable rate during the past year. It’s been doing all the right things to attract investors, and profits have been growing at an exciting rate. Just remember that past performance doesn’t dictate future results and this growth may not continue. [middle_pitch] What other stocks have people been trading? CMC Markets is not the only business trading in significant quantities. Other stocks seeing a lot of action include: Clover Health (CLOV) This was the most traded company in the UK and the US, with 51% buying and 49% selling. Retail investors played a big part in sending this healthcare company’s share price up by more than 250% from the start of the year. But because the company has joined the ranks of meme stocks, some are betting big on its downfall. Workhorse Group (WKHS) With a complete 50/50 split between buyers and sellers, this was the second-most traded stock on the Fineco platform. At one stage, this was one of the most heavily shorted stocks on the Nasdaq. This has drawn a lot of retail investors in from forums like Reddit, who are attempting another short squeeze. But as we’ve seen previously, these kinds of situations can be dangerous for investors. Greencoat UK Wind (UKW) This green energy fund was the second highest mover in the UK this week. It’s a dividend stock that saw a huge amount of buying – with 95% of traders positive about the fund and only 5% selling shares. As the name suggests, the company focus on investing in wind farms across the country. As for the positivity amongst investors, the company’s dividends have perhaps been looking a more attractive option due to recent inflation data. Where can I invest in CMC Markets stock and others? As a modern investor, you have plenty of options to choose from and different ways that you can invest. You can easily buy shares online if you think there are companies out there worth supporting and investing in. Just remember that all investing carries risk and you may get out less than you put in. It’s a good idea to create a long-term plan to help you stay on top of things and make the best decisions possible. The post Fineco traders have been buying CMC Markets stock appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Why is cryptocurrency crashing? The GSK share price leapt 5% on ‘new vision’ plans 2 FTSE dividend stocks to buy now 4 UK shares to buy now with £4,000 The Unilever share price has increased 14% in 3 months. Should I buy?
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  13. Need help understanding selling CC's - sounds too good to be true. (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I've been looking into selling covered calls, and my understanding of it makes it sounds extremely profitable for such a low risk that I think there must be some kind of fundamental mistake in my understanding, because when something sounds too good to be true, it normally is. I've known about selling CC's for a while, but I saw in a thread on WSB that someone sold just 2 11/19 800C's on GME for $20,000, and this piqued my interest as I didn't realise it could be this profitable. Of course, GME is a very volatile stock so options contracts will have a larger premium, and this comes with the downside of you needing to hold a volatile stock until November. But when I run the numbers on my head on a more stable stock, it still seems sounds like by far the best investment strategy, and it makes me wonder why everyone isn't doing it. Say for example, you buy 100 apple shares for $125, for a total investment of $12,500. According to yahoo finance, right now a 3/26 $130C goes for 0.94, x100 that's $94. Obviously the stock has a reasonably high chance of hitting that price, but even if it does you're still keeping the premium plus $500 gains from the stock moving up $5, so you wouldn't be too unhappy. But let's say it does hit the strike price, you can just sell your stock, buy back in at the new higher price, and repeat your strategy. It seems to me like you could be making at least $70 a week in premiums off just a $12,500 investment, x52 weeks a year thats $3640, more than a 25% annual ROI with the only downside being that you have to hold 100 apple stock, which could potentially fall, or potentially rise more than 25%. Is this really how it works? Is there something I'm not considering?   submitted by   /u/Munkeyz [link]   [comments]
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  14. Fineco traders have been buying Naked Wines stock (01/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Investors have been swooping in from all angles to buy and sell certain shares this week. One of the companies catching the eye is Naked Wines. Their stock has generated a lot of buys on the Fineco platform. Let’s take a look at why traders have been buying these shares and what other companies are being heavily traded. [top_pitch] What do we know about Naked Wines (WINE)? You might have guessed from the name, but this company is all about wine. As far as I’m aware, the wines the company sells are still served up in bottles with no actual nudity! Good wine is all about maturity and care for the process – something that this company has developed over the years. The company’s main business is as an international wine retailer, but it also funds independent winemakers. Why has Naked Wines stock been popular? According to data from Fineco Bank, these shares were among the most bought on their platform. The trading was all going in one direction with 100% of the trades being buys. There are a few potential reasons for this spike in demand for Naked Wines: The company recently reported a 68% increase in sales over the past year throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Things aren’t back to normal just yet, and the extending of restrictions will likely mean a lot of people will continue to drink wine at home instead of out and about. Naked Wines has put a big focus on the US market, which is seeing strong demand as the economy continues to recover. What’s next for Naked Wines stock? Although investors are currently confident and buying these shares by the handful, will the good news for the business continue? The eventual easing of restrictions will likely mean a drop in sales for the business as people buy more wine outside their homes. Although Naked Wines has been increasing its revenue, its losses have also been increasing. The company has explained that this is partly due to the costs of investing back into the business to attract and keep customers. It’s an answer that seems to have satisfied many investors. Regardless of what’s around the corner, wine is always going to be a popular drink both at home and abroad. If Naked Wines can make themselves a household name, then they may have no problem continuing to build their revenues and reduce their losses. [middle_pitch] What other stocks have traders been buying? Naked Wines wasn’t the only business attracting the interest of investors. Here’s a quick rundown of the other shares investors are buying in droves: Metro Bank (MTRO) IQE (IQE) Paypoint (PAY) Dr Martens (DOCS) PZ Cussons (PZC) Where can I buy Naked Wines stock and others in the UK? If you’re looking to get involved and invest in one of these exciting businesses, the first step is to set yourself up with a share dealing account. Then you can hunt down your top shares. Using an account like the Fineco Bank stocks and shares ISA is a great way to protect your investments from tax. Just remember that tax rules can change and that tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances. All investing carries risk and you may get out less than what you put in. Don’t feel like you have to follow the crowd and invest as others do. How you try to make your money grow is completely down to you. So always research any potential investments thoroughly. The post Fineco traders have been buying Naked Wines stock appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading 2 penny stocks to watch in 2021 2 inflation-busting stocks to stop returns going up in smoke What is the best stocks and shares ISA? Here’s why UK shares Sareum and Biome Technologies are soaring and sinking today! The 1 stock I bought last month
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  15. So how does it actually work? (18/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi So I am sort of a new investor, I have read a lot on investopedia and YouTube about stocks and investing. I already maxed my Roth IRA and have some money in a taxable brokerage. However I am confused on one thing. I buy apple stock for 100 dollars today, one year later I buy another apple stock for 120 dollars. 3 months later I decide I want to sell my apple stock. It would be smart to sell the apple stock I bought a year ago to get long term capital gains benefits. However, how can I do this? Basically, can If I buy VTI shares every month, can I choose which VTI to sell(older first).   submitted by   /u/DiegoRo08 [link]   [comments]
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  16. Thinking of selling Apple to put it into Index funds. Thoughts? (18/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  17. Are stocks bought and sold between individuals or the brokerage? How does the price go up and down? (25/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Say I buy 1 Apple stock on Charles Schwab for the market price of $200. Did that come from someone else selling the stock for $200 (that’s what I figure) or did I buy it from Schwab? If it’s between people, than that means for every buy there is a sell, in which case it seems the supply and demand would always be an equilibrium. I figure supply and demand is ultimately the reason for how the price moves, but how exactly does that work? More people offer to sell the stock so the price goes down even before they the sale goes through? How is it that there’s always buyers and sellers available? Is there ever a time where basically nobody wants to sell apple so buyers can’t buy, or nobody wants to buy apple so sellers can’t sell? If it’s through the brokerage, how is it getting all those stocks? If the market price is exactly 200 and I buy 1 share how much would the new market price move up or down? Perhaps we have to know how many shares their are in total? What is that called when I look it up? I’ve been doing plenty of stock trading lately but I’m realizing idk how this is all going down beneath the surface. Details on how exactly this all works is much appreciated!   submitted by   /u/knowledgelover94 [link]   [comments]
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    Berkshire Hathaway, at the end of the previous year, owned 907 million shares of Apple, after having sold stocks worth $11 billion.
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  21. Apple (AAPL) discussion (25/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    What are your thoughts on Apples price movements? The stock is down over 15% from its ATH, after reporting a monster quarter. Are they still overvalued? Or is now the time to “buy the dip”? Of course we know nothing - but I am curious to hear sentiment on this stock. CNBC constantly name drops Apple to guests and guests always skip Apple and speak on Alphabet, Fb, or Microsoft. Are you waiting to purchase?   submitted by   /u/novapants [link]   [comments]
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  22. Predicting a stock market crash - A self-fulfilling prophecy? (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    The current discussion of a potential market crash has me wondering if when a lot of people anticipate a crash in the next time the possibility of one actually happen can increase. Falling stock prices can lead to quick thoughts about a potential crash and even more selling resulting in a crash. I know Fundamentals are becoming less and less important if we look at Tesla or thousands of new Biotech stocks but cant this situation partly be justified by a change of trader philosophy. Increasing retail investors and more coverage of the stock market (mostly due to GME) has led mainly amateur traders to buy some stocks because they like them, they see this company becoming useful in the future, even if numbers are mediocre at best. Due to the fearmongering of a stock market crash many investors and traders are becoming more sensitive to volatility and are preparing themselves. What is your opinion? Just some late night thoughts   submitted by   /u/La_Mantequilla [link]   [comments]
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  23. Why Apple keeps dropping. (25/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Apple seems like a solid company and they keep punching - even when it seems like they're a commodity company with commodity products. But why do they keep faltering? I've taken some big hits and I kept wondering why my investments kept dying...until I zoomed out. Apple has retraced every single ATH gap up that I can remember since 2007ish. Apple has had plenty of gap ups, but the concerning ones are gap ups that take the stock to an ATH. On July 31st 2020, apple gapped up to new ATHs. Back in July of 2020, Apple announced a 4:1 stock split. This was around the same time that TSLA did the same thing. There was a ton of market euphoria and guess what happened when apple announced its split? 95 > 108. Nearly a 15% gain in a matter of days. And the stock kept going up from there. Take a look at the gap up back in July 31st of 2020. https://www.tradingview.com/x/EjY0kYu1/ If I had to throw some chips on Red it would a retrace to $100ish before earnings and then a steady climb to $150 following that. DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT AN INVESTMENT ADVISOR NOR AM I AN INVESTMENT PROFESSIONAL. NOTHING I'M SAYING HERE SHOULD BE TAKEN AS INVESTMENT ADVICE. My Positions: $100 May Puts $150 July 2022 Calls   submitted by   /u/daftstar [link]   [comments]
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  24. Fineco traders have been buying Royal Dutch Shell shares (27/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Fineco provides updates on the most traded stocks on its platform, and last week, one of the top movers was Royal Dutch Shell. The energy company’s stock was the second most traded on the platform, with buying volume exceeding selling volume. Here’s why investors were trading Royal Dutch Shell shares heavily last week and a look at other companies with high trading activity. [top_pitch] What is Royal Dutch Shell? Royal Dutch Shell, is an international energy company. It deals in the exploration, production, refining, and marketing of oil and natural gas. It also manufactures and markets chemicals. The company was formed in 1907 and is headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands. It currently operates in more than 70 countries, including the UK. The company’s shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange, Euronext Amsterdam and the New York Stock Exchange. Why were Royal Dutch Shell shares heavily traded? According to trading data from Fineco, Royal Dutch Shell was one of the top movers on the platform last week, trading at 69% volume buy and 31% volume sell. So what prompted this? Well, it’s likely related to the company confirming it will appeal a court ruling that ordered it to accelerate its carbon emission reduction targets. On 26 May, a Dutch court ordered Royal Dutch Shell to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030 from 2019 levels, significantly faster than the energy company’s current plans to cut down its emissions by at least 6% in 2023, by 20% by 2030, by 45% by 2035 and by 100% by 2050 (from 2016 levels). The company claims that it has been unfairly singled out. It would appear that the news of the appeal has piqued investors’ interest in the company. The higher buying volume in particular could be an indicator that investors are hopeful of a successful appeal. If successful the company’s business might not be affected negatively in the near and medium term. This would likely be the case if it heeded the court order and immediately pursued a more aggressive energy transition and carbon reduction strategy. [middle_pitch] What other stocks have traders been buying? Apart from Shell, other stocks that have seen a lot of buying activity in the UK last week include: Capita Sylvania Platinum Petrofac Premier Foods EQTEC Devro Helium One ITV How can I buy shares in Royal Dutch Shell? Buying shares from companies like Royal Dutch Shell is relatively easy. Basically, all you need is a share dealing account, like the FinecoBank Multi-Currency Trading Account. After opening your account and funding it, simply search for the stock you want and place your order. You also have the option of investing through a stocks and shares ISA. Investing through an ISA is a great way to protect your investment’s growth and income and from tax. To help you make a good choice, we have reviewed and rated some of the top providers of stocks and shares ISAs in the UK. As always, remember that all investing is inherently risky. You could get back less than you put in. So do your homework before you part with your money and seek professional advice if necessary. Please note that tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each client and may be subject to change in the future. The content in this article is provided for information purposes only. It is not intended to be, neither does it constitute, any form of tax advice. Readers are responsible for carrying out their own due diligence and for obtaining professional advice before making any investment decisions. The post Fineco traders have been buying Royal Dutch Shell shares appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Should I buy Vodafone shares just for the 7% dividend yield? The FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) rose last week. Can it continue? The ARB share price just jumped another 20%. Is there a lot more to come? The Boohoo share price is below 300p. Is now a buying opportunity? 4 of the best penny stocks to buy in an ISA
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  25. Your Money: Short selling: Stock trading weapon for bears (26/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    Traders who are long, can sell the securities whenever they desire. Their philosophy is ‘buy low and sell high’.
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  26. Fineco traders have been buying Chinese stocks (10/04/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Progress has been slow for some Chinese stocks and emerging markets for a number of years. However, world events have accelerated progress. It looks like traders have been investing in businesses in China to try and take advantage of this growth. Let’s take a look at what’s happening in the global markets and see what we can learn from recent trading action. [top_pitch] What is China’s main stock market? China actually has a few different stock markets. Each one is based in a different city around the country. The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is the oldest and most prominent place for trading shares in China. It’s had an interesting time since it was created. The exchange actually closed down for 41 years during China’s ‘cultural revolution’ but opened up again for business in the 1990s. Which Chinese stocks have traders been buying? Research from Fineco highlights a number of different stocks that have been popular amongst traders. The top three seeing a lot of buzz are: 1. JD.com, Inc. (JD) This is China’s largest online retailer dealing directly with consumers. You can think of them like a Chinese version of Amazon. Their shares have seen a lot of movement, heading both ways. Just as many shares have been bought as have been sold. So it’s a pretty even split between traders who want to offload shares and traders who want to pick up more of this interesting Chinese stock. 2. Wah Fu Education Group Limited (WAFU) Just about everything is moving online these days. Even teaching. Online teaching was already popular in China before the coronavirus pandemic. But events over the last year have only served to super-charge this learning trend. Again, traders are split down the middle between buyers and sellers. Some investors may see more growth in online education, whereas others might believe there is going to be less demand. 3. GSX Techedu Inc. (GSX) This is another company focusing on online education. It’s based in Bejing and uses technology to offer things like after-school tutoring and English courses. The company has had a tough time since the end of January and its share price has come tumbling down from recent highs. Trading action is going both ways. Some people think this is a bargain with decent upside. Other traders believe that this downward spiral might continue further. [middle_pitch] Can you invest in Chinese stocks? Investing directly into Chinese markets and businesses can be a bit of a tricky business. However, a lot of businesses in China realise this might put off investors. So something that you might notice when researching Chinese companies for investment is that a lot of them are actually listed on US stock exchanges like the NYSE and the NASDAQ. This makes things simpler for investors, which in turn makes it easier for these companies to raise money. What are the best Chinese stocks to buy? Choosing companies to invest in always takes a lot of research and there are so many factors to consider before buying shares. Investing in Chinese businesses can be an even tougher task. Eastern culture and markets operate in different ways than we are familiar with. Investing always carries risk and diving into unknown places like China can make things more difficult. With this in mind, I think some of the best ways to invest in Chinese companies is with the help of professionals. You can use your share dealing account to buy into things like investment trusts that can pick out leaders in these markets for you. For more of a hands-off approach, you can always use a cheap share dealing platform to invest in something like an emerging markets index fund. Such funds will likely contain some top Chinese companies along with other performers from different countries. This will give you more diversification and may be a safer play than joining the traders. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Why I think Lloyds’ share price could return to 60p 3 dividend shares for passive income The 3 Vanguard UK funds I’d buy today for 2021 and beyond Can Carnival shares double my money? Can music help make you more money? The post Fineco traders have been buying Chinese stocks appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  27. Learning the mindset of powerful traders and mastering the art of currency and commodity trading easily. (31/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Even the expert traders and bankers are challenged to make really good and well-informed trades. A single Forex trade ought to be done after cautiously considering some factors. According to the expert traders, it’s easy to trade in the Forex market but for the newbies, it might be a bit hard. You see, there are some things that you need to consider. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. The other 10% is still split into two wherein the 5% are the breakeven traders and other 5% are those traders that attain good results.   submitted by   /u/Robert-Kenneth508 [link]   [comments]
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  28. Made the first biggest mistake of trading so far. (04/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    It was one after the newbie mistake after another. Bought apple shared on a day shares were high thinking they would increased in the middle of the day. (apple @127 and Amazon @ 3248) Suffered for one week seeing Apple and Amazon hitting new lows. Read news articles about apple going down Further. Lost hope in the stock. Could have DCAd but was so afraid to invest any more money in the stock. Saw the red yesterday and lost all hope finally. Finally today morning, sold it all at 125 taking a 70 dollar loss. Apple then went up to 126. Warren buffet said "the stock market is a mechanism to shift money from the impatient to the patient". Still red on amazon though. Will breakeven at 3230. Hoping for the best. Will hodl this time. :( Feeling pretty bad.   submitted by   /u/xxxmadness [link]   [comments]
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  29. Made the first largest mistake of trading so far. (04/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It was one after the newbie mistake after another. Bought apple shared on a day shares were high thinking they would increased in the middle of the day. (apple @127 and Amazon @ 3248) Suffered for one week seeing Apple and Amazon hitting new lows. Read news articles about apple going down Further. Lost hope in the stock. Could have DCAd but was so afraid to invest any more money in the stock. Saw the red yesterday and lost all hope finally. Finally today morning, sold it all at 125 taking a 70 dollar loss. Apple then went up to 126. Warren buffet said "the stock market is a mechanism to shift money from the impatient to the patient". Still red on amazon though. Will breakeven at 3230. Hoping for the best. Will hodl this time. :( Feeling pretty bad.   submitted by   /u/xxxmadness [link]   [comments]
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  30. UK investors are buying Fulgent and Carnival shares, says Fineco (27/03/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Buying US shares is easier than ever for UK investors. Share trading platform Fineco says that top US healthcare and pharma stocks were among the most popular with UK investors last week. Topping the list was biotech company Fulgent Genetics. NASDAQ-listed Fulgent is heavily involved in Covid-19 testing and recently reported a 3,400% increase in quarterly revenue. Another big trend highlighted by Fineco’s data was the trade in reopening stocks. This included big names in the US and UK travel sectors, such as Carnival and Rolls-Royce. Here’s my take on the biggest movers reported by Fineco this week. US shares lead the way UK traders on Fineco’s platform seem to be spending a lot of their time focusing on fast-moving US stocks. The top five movers last week were all US-listed firms in the pharma and tech sectors. In first place was Fulgent Genetics. This company specialises in genetic testing that provides clinically actionable information. But it’s Fulgent’s success in Covid-19 testing that has boosted its share price by 760% over the last year. Fulgent says that revenue rose by 1,200% to $422m in 2020. The firm expects this figure to rise by 90% to $800m in 2021, including $70m from its next generation sequencing genetic testing service. Fulgent shares are priced on a modest multiple of 8.5 times 2021 forecast earnings, but brokers expect earnings to fall by 70% in 2022 as the Covid-19 pandemic recedes. Other top US stocks that were heavily traded by Fineco’s UK investor clients last week included vaccine firm Moderna, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, and China-based tech stocks SOS Ltd and Lizhi Inc. Two notable names that were out of favour were Airbnb and Germany car stock Volkswagen. Both were sold heavily on the Fineco platform last week. UK investors buy reopening stocks What about UK shares? Fineco’s traders showed plenty of interest in their home market too. Reopening stocks led the way. These are companies that are expected to benefit from a return to normal as the UK exits lockdown. The world’s largest cruise ship operator, Carnival, was one of Fineco’s top UK movers. Other stocks that caught buyers’ interest included The Gym Group and budget airline Wizz Air. Travel and leisure weren’t the only themes. Gold miners Centamin and Polymetal International both saw strong buying on Fineco. Both of these big producers have reported solid financial results recently. Centamin’s net profit rose by 78% to $156m last year, while Polymetal’s earnings rose by 125% to $1,086m. The outlook is positive for both businesses, according to their respective CEOs. Elsewhere, the prospects for housebuilders seemed to divide opinion among Fineco’s UK investors. Investors bought and sold equal volumes of shares in housebuilder Crest Nicholson last week. Outsourcer Serco Group received a similar split decision, but investors turned cautious on grocer Wm Morrisons Supermarkets. Investors trading the Bradford-based supermarket’s shares sold two shares for every one they bought. I think this weakness could reflect concerns that shoppers will start spending more widely as the economy reopens. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Here’s what I’m doing about the easyJet share price right now Should I buy these cheap FTSE 100 shares before the ISA deadline? Avacta share price slips – is this Covid-19 stock a good long-term investment? Top British stocks for April 4 top penny stocks I’d buy for my Stocks and Shares ISA Roland Head owns shares of Polymetal International. The Motley Fool UK owns shares of and has recommended Fulgent Genetics, Inc. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Airbnb, Inc., Moderna Inc., Morrisons, The Gym Group, and Wizz Air Holdings. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The post UK investors are buying Fulgent and Carnival shares, says Fineco appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  31. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. (15/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Even the expert traders and bankers are challenged to make really good and well-informed trades. A single Forex trade ought to be done after cautiously considering some factors. According to the expert traders, it’s easy to trade in the Forex market but for the newbies, it might be a bit hard. You see, there are some things that you need to consider. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. The other 10% is still split into two wherein the 5% are the breakeven traders and other 5% are those traders that attain good results.   submitted by   /u/Robert-Kenneth508 [link]   [comments]
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  32. Why is stock market “crashing” recently? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    This is a layman’s theory in layman’s speak. I was having dinner with some whiskey and just thought of it. With no definitive backing or research, general decline in stocks and crypto, i think, are being driven by the whales. Knowing that another round of stimulus checks will inflate the stock market, I think they are pushing down the market which would be followed by panic selling of inexperienced retail traders resulting in lower prices. Whales buy back in just in time to ride the climb with stimulus check pumps. Just a thought but makes sense in my mind. What should retail traders do? With limited experience and knowledge, I think holding on to your shares and toughing out the declines will be a good move. We know with good chance of certainty that in coming months, stock market will be flooded with money again.   submitted by   /u/oceans711 [link]   [comments]
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  33. Extremely bullish on apple now (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    After reading this: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2021-02-09/this-is-how-tim-cook-transformed-apple-aapl-after-steve-jobs ​ I came to realize how good apple management team is and how good Tim Cook is at navigating the space in terms of politics. Apple has some of the highest margins (seem to be only increasing), insane revenue (they are still growing), good moat (its a hardware company basically), immune to monopoly regulation (they only control like what? 6% of the entire smartphone market?), great marketing, and have a lot of vertical integration (iMessage, Apple m1, iCloud, Apple Card, Apple one, etc). They also have shit ton of cash (they can buy Netflix full on the spot basically), and assets (their headquarters is roughly worth around $5B for example). Lastly, they have a lot of room to grow because they are so far from a monopoly, and they going into other areas where they can dominate (Apple Car, Apple card, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade+). Here are the other areas they dominate: Apple iPad, and Apple Watch. Nothing comes close to competitors. The only area where I can see apple failing is if they just keep riding the wave, and get lazy with their product innovations (you can argue this is already happening). However, after the latest apple chip, and the amount of cash they have, they got to be failing a lot and for a long time for Apple to be in any bad spot. Hence, it's a safe bet in my eyes with a decent amount of upside. ​ I like the stock. A lot.   submitted by   /u/maxadorable [link]   [comments]
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  34. Selling Apple shares was 'probably a mistake' and Munger knew it: Warren Buffett (01/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Source Warren Buffett conceded that selling some shares of Apple (AAPL) in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio last year was likely a mistake, with the company remaining a tech leader providing massive utility to users around the world. "The brand and the product, it's an incredible product. It's a huge, huge bargain to people. I mean the part it plays in their lives is huge. I mean, I use it as a phone but I'm probably the only guy in the country," the famed value investor said of Apple during Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting on Saturday. "It is indispensable to people." "I sold some stock last year, although our shareholders still saw their shares go up because we repurchased shares," he added. "But that was probably a mistake." "Charlie in his usual low-key way he let me know that he thought it was a mistake too, didn't you Charlie?" Buffett asked his long-time business partner and friend, who sat by his side during the meeting. Charlie Munger replied: "Yes."   submitted by   /u/push-pack [link]   [comments]
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  35. Berkshire Hathaway beats Q4 EPS Consensus by 42.3%, repurchases $24.7 billion in shares, and continues repurchases this year (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.investopedia.com/berkshire-hathaway-earnings-4q2020-annual-letter-5114383#:~:text=Earnings%20per%20share%20(EPS)%20were,%2C%20up%20by%2024.6%25%20YOY. This is huge! Here's the annual letter: https://www.berkshirehathaway.com/2020ar/linksannual20.html The coolest thing is that despite selling some Apple stock, BRK shareholders' percentage ownership of Apple actually increased from 5.2% to 5.7%! Also, even though he states that $KHC was trading at less than carrying value at year end, the stock has since rallied. It now trades at about the same as carrying value as of Friday.   submitted by   /u/moazzam0 [link]   [comments]
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  36. Exchanges in the Forex market occur instantaneously (15/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Even the expert traders and bankers are challenged to make really good and well-informed trades. A single Forex trade ought to be done after cautiously considering some factors. According to the expert traders, it’s easy to trade in the Forex market but for the newbies, it might be a bit hard. You see, there are some things that you need to consider. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. The other 10% is still split into two wherein the 5% are the breakeven traders and other 5% are those traders that attain good results.   submitted by   /u/Robert-Kenneth508 [link]   [comments]
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  37. Exchanges in the Forex market occur instantaneously (26/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Even the expert traders and bankers are challenged to make really good and well-informed trades. A single Forex trade ought to be done after cautiously considering some factors. According to the expert traders, it’s easy to trade in the Forex market but for the newbies, it might be a bit hard. You see, there are some things that you need to consider. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. The other 10% is still split into two wherein the 5% are the breakeven traders and other 5% are those traders that attain good results.   submitted by   /u/Robert-Kenneth508 [link]   [comments]
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  38. Exchanges in the Forex market occur instantaneously (11/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Even the expert traders and bankers are challenged to make really good and well-informed trades. A single Forex trade ought to be done after cautiously considering some factors. According to the expert traders, it’s easy to trade in the Forex market but for the newbies, it might be a bit hard. You see, there are some things that you need to consider. Many traders lose their capital and according to statistics, these traders make up 90% of the total number of traders in the Forex market. The other 10% is still split into two wherein the 5% are the breakeven traders and other 5% are those traders that attain good results.   submitted by   /u/Robert-Kenneth508 [link]   [comments]
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  39. Apple India sees strong performance (30/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    As per analysts, Apple had a share of 48-49% in the premium segment with shipments of around a million devices during the quarter; iPhone 11 remains the highest selling device for the Cupertino-based company in India with strong demand for iPhone 12 too.
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  40. : Apple planning combined Apple TV and HomePod: report (12/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Apple Inc. is considering making an Apple TV streaming device that would have a built-in speaker and a camera for video conferencing, according to a Bloomberg report.
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  41. Overvalued stock market. (28/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So the P/E of big companies such as apple and microsoft is sitting at a very high level. This indicates lower returns on your investment in the future (if the stock market is rational) since alot of the future earnings of the company is already priced in. So thats why im Asking you guys for your opinion on this. Im planning on moving my money from apple stock to safer, better valued companies simply cause i think my money will be more effective there due to alot being priced in in apple etc. No doubt apple is a great company, but it (and alot of companies) look overvalued. What do you guys think, are high valuations here to stay for a while until a market crash / correction? How far can this go?   submitted by   /u/Lillgagge194 [link]   [comments]
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  42. The Tell: Et tu, boomer? Millennial stock-traders aren’t all that different, one analyst argues (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Millennials have been blamed for lots of things over the years, and the most recent trope - that young, bored day-traders are trashing the stock market - is a bit hypocritical, one boomer analyst suggests.
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  43. The Tell: Et tu, boomer? Millennial stock-traders aren’t all that different, one analyst argues (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Millennials have been blamed for lots of things over the years, and the most recent trope - that young, bored day-traders are trashing the stock market - is a bit hypocritical, one boomer analyst suggests.
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  44. The curious case of AAPL (08/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Apple is currently on day two of its WorldWide Development Conference. They’ve announced some relatively significant changes to the iPhone and had a really successful year in 2020, blowing their projections out of the water. What should we expect for this stock over the next year? Financially, Apple has had an incredible year but the stock price has been pretty stagnant since the stock split. What gives?   submitted by   /u/ShitHouseMcTits [link]   [comments]
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  45. Want to learn short selling (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I want to learn about shorting stocks. I want to try my luck with short selling because my theory is whichever stock I buy dips and I hold them till they go up. So why not try my luck. Is there anyone here who does stock shorting/selling? Does PDD rule applies when doing short selling if you are less than $25K How soon you need to settle the stocks with the lender? Apart from interest rate, are there any other charges? If I have 10K funds and I just want to short sell with around 5k worth? How much do I need to pay then to lender? Which broker setup is good for short selling?   submitted by   /u/sanjay37agrawal [link]   [comments]
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  46. Apple Stock Analysis: Is AAPL a good buy? (24/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey there guys, I just started analyzing stocks more and I thought I´ll try to do that and post it here. That´s my first analysis that I post anywhere. If you have any feedback for me that would be great and highly appreciated. If you have questions feel free to ask, I´ll try to answer everything. ​ Today we will look through the basics of Apple´s business and then see if we can come up with a fair value for Apple´s stock using discounted free cashflow. This is not financial advice and I personally own shares in Apple. Nevertheless I will try to stay as unbiased and objective as I can. First let´s review their different revenue streams. Their biggest stream, around 50% of their sales comes from the iPhone. The Mac makes up around 11%, the iPad around 9%, Services around 19% and Wearables, Home and Accessories around 11%. For the valuation: We take analyst estimates, we discount that by our required return of 8%. Then we use the perpetual growth rate of 2,5% and that gave us a fair value for Apple´s stock of $90 per share. But because we have to account for Apple´s debt as well, our fair value of equity would be $86 per share. Now feel free to include a margin of safety to that. Because Apple´s price is higher right now, I don´t think buying more is a good idea. Although you can always dollar-cost-average. That´s where you invest every month the same amount. Where I see Apple´s stock price in 5 years. We can calculate where the price might be in 5 years with the Earnings Per Share (EPS TTM), the Estimated Growth Rate and the Future P/E Value. With this method I get a stock price of $242 per share which is higher than what it is now. What I´ll do. I believe in Apple. I think they will stay for a long time and innovate even more. That´s why, although the price is not where I would want it to be, I will continue to dollar-cost-average. That way I don´t mind the volatile market and hold for the longterm. Thank you for reading and I hope I´ll see you again.   submitted by   /u/PeekingPotato [link]   [comments]
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  47. Apple earnings in 2 days, Can the Stock rally if they beat estimates? (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello Here is a small part from the article I found regarding upcoming Apple earnings: " Apple could crush Street estimates, writes Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, who has an Overweight rating and a $158 price target on the stock, up 17% from Monday’s close of $134.72. She sees the top line above $80 billion, with all segments growing at least 19% year over year. She is especially bullish on Mac and iPad sales, with estimates far above consensus—53% for Macs and 52% for iPads. She also expects Apple to increase its dividend by 10% and expand its stock repurchase program by $60 billion. " To see the original article click here. So what do you think guys, can APPL really rally after earnings? They are already up 88 percent during 1 year, How far can it still go?   submitted by   /u/xCastieL007 [link]   [comments]
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  48. Is Apple really a forever stock? (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I see so many people saying apple is a forever stock. Quantitatively I think it’s over valued currently. I know people won’t stfu about services. If people stop using iPhone and others their services profits will go away too. I know we have the 5G cycle coming up, but long term I think the smart phone will go the way of the laptop which is cheap and low profit margin. People could become privacy conscious and get a Linux phone when it eventually comes out (I am seriously considering getting a Linux phone). The iPhones market share is constantly shrinking. Revenue has been flat for years. I know they gave Apple Pay, but that’s with credit card and visa benefits from that. Apple hasn’t been innovative since Steve Jobs died. Would like to know everyone’s thoughts. If I’m wrong about something please correct me   submitted by   /u/DeepOutTheMoney69 [link]   [comments]
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  49. The Ratings Game: Why Apple’s ‘blowout’ earnings aren’t boosting its stock much (29/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Apple Inc.'s stock isn't getting much love from investors even after the company delivered what one analyst described as "blowout" results for its March quarter.
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