“Apple shares helped lead the stock market on a steep dive Monday morning, but the tech giant recovered in dramatic fashion soon after CEO Tim Cook assured a popular Wall Street commentator that his company is still doing well in China,” Brandon Bailey reports for The Associated Press.
“‘I get updates on our performance in China every day, including this morning, and I can tell you that we have continued to experience strong growth for our business in China through July and August,’ Cook wrote in an email to CNBC’s Jim Cramer, who shared the message with his audience as Apple’s stock plummeted more than 13 percent Monday morning,” Bailey reports. “Apple and other U.S. tech stocks were rocked Monday by continued worries over China’s economy, following an early sell-off on Friday.”
“Others echoed Cook’s bullish outlook on Monday. In a note to investors, Daniel Ives of FBR Capital Markets said he was continuing to rate the company ‘outperform,’ citing the expected release of new iPhone models this fall and potential for more growth in China,” Bailey reports. “Those sentiments appeared to boost Apple’s stock back to nearly where it ended last week.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Up and down and up we go, where we stop, nobody knows!
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like I always said Apple should do more and better PR.
When a companies PE is so low it means a problem of ‘perception’ (earnings are good but investors have worries and so the PE is low).
I’ve also said PR is cheap. One email vs 130 billion in buybacks.
Please take your headline writer aside and convince him or her that the name of the company is Apple, not Appel.
Opinion – It is the traders, especially fractional traders who are making about 50% of the trades who are benefiting from the irrational volatility we are seeing in the markets.
Many financial experts are frustrated by this irrational volatility that is not supported by thorough analysis of the fundamentals. Market manipulators are playing on the fear and emotion generated by incomplete or inaccurate “reports” to stir up volatility which is used by fractional traders to pump money out of the market.