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  • Cirrus: The Best Derivative Trade on Apple? [View article]
    Thanks for the heads up. When they edited it, must have turned into a dead link. If you want to see the video you can go to and search for user "2525Maybach" (that's me) and see the personally uploaded videos. There's another one there entitled "Bearish Tech Stocks" and for those who are "long only" you can see the resistance levels for possible buys next week or later if and when the buyers come in. The stocks in that video are fast movers but with good volume, so consolidation in price movement is important.
    May 18, 2010. 10:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cirrus: The Best Derivative Trade on Apple? [View article]
    Yes, those two concepts should have been separated with a semicolon or something similar. Thanks.
    May 18, 2010. 10:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Apple Is Worth $80 [View article]
    Yep, "even a stopped clock is right twice a day." The William O'Neil methodology pays very little attention to PE, except in the opposite direction compared to the author of this article. "The average P/E of the best winners over the last fifteen years at the initial buy point prior to their huge price increases was 31 times earnings. These P/Es went on to expand more than 100% to over 70 times earnings as the stocks significantly increased in price." (

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    On Oct 25 01:22 PM Mikael wrote:

    > First of all, thanks for a fun to read article. I have some questions
    > and thoughts.
    > Over the last 5-10 years, when would your models have told you to
    > buy and sell Apple? Could you add some charts for that?
    > You see, I would like to see if any of the models you use in your
    > article can predict the Apple stockprice with any accuracy (greater
    > than 50% of the time). Only then will you know if you can actually
    > rely on any of them. Same thing goes for Cramer's model. When during
    > the last 5-10 years did it predict when to buy or sell AAPL correctly?
    > Throwing numbers around is like you said: entertainment or a commercial.
    > And that's why I really would like to see you go the extra mile on
    > this one, to figure out which model would have made the most money
    > predicting Apple's stock price.
    Oct 27, 2009. 10:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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