Thread: Long $GOOG or $AAPL
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:49 AM   Nav to Top 
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Yeah APPL moved up breaking new highs along with the technology sector the last few years while the rest of the market stayed down below highs. AAPL in 2012 broke highs due to its two year contract plans in China 300 plus million of them at the time about the population size of the USA. Entering China was key in its huge rise.

Lately they have been not able to get the parts orders done.

GOOG has earnings Tuesday after close and I was looking for a bounce off the 690.

Google is expected to earn $10.54 per share (on a Non-GAAP basis) on revenue (ex-TAC) of $12.27 bln. The high estimates on the Street are $11.91 per share and $12.72 bln, respectively.


Oppenheimer lowered its 4Q earnings estimate on Google from $11.20 per share to $9.62, according to a post on Barron's Online, based on the decision to sell its own tablet computer hardware and the resulting cost impact on margins and traffic acquisition costs.... If this is right I think it will sink to 690 and possibly bounce right off that.
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