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Inc.Weekly Options Trade
Wednesday, December 01, 2021
- Bought at 9:32 for $3.20
- Sold at 12:47 for $5.10
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The Original Major
Catalysts for the APPLE INC. Weekly
closed up 3.1% on Tuesday, at all-time highs at $165.30, as other stocks
tumbled on concerns of the new omicron Covid variant, showing investors see the
company as a safe haven during market uncertainty.
analysts have also noted the company's impressive cash flows would help it
weather any future downturn.
upward movement came on the same day Fed Chair Jerome Powell indicated the
Federal Reserve would talk about the possibility of accelerating its tapering
program at its next FOMC meeting in a move to combat inflation. Powell also
indicated that it's time to "retire" the word 'transitory' when
talking about inflation.
fourth quarter, which wrapped up in September, saw revenue shoot up 29% to
Apple are up about 25% for the year.
Apple, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of smartphones,
personal computers, tablets, wearables and accessories, and other variety of
It operates through the following geographical segments: Americas,
Europe, Greater China, Japan, and Rest of Asia Pacific. The Americas segment
includes North and South America. The Europe segment consists of European
countries, as well as India, the Middle East, and Africa. The Greater China
segment comprises of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The Rest of Asia Pacific
segment includes Australia and Asian countries. Its products and services
include iPhone, Mac, iPad, AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products,
Apple Care, iCloud, digital content stores, streaming, and licensing services.
The company was founded by Steven Paul Jobs, Ronald Gerald Wayne, and
Stephen G. Wozniak in April 1976 and is headquartered in Cupertino, CA.
The Major Catalysts for
the Apple Inc. Weekly Options
no doubt appreciate Apple's tremendous profit and cash flow generation, as well
as its fortress-like balance sheet. The iPhone maker produced a staggering $95
billion in net income and $93 billion in free cash flow over the past 12
months. It also has a staggering $190 billion in cash and investments in its
unrivaled financial fortitude makes Apple able to withstand even the worst
market downturns, while continuing to reward its shareowners with massive stock
repurchases and a steadily rising dividend income stream.
Apple has some promising long-term growth initiatives that could propel its
stock to even greater heights. The tech leader is reportedly working on some
intriguing virtual and augmented reality projects, as well as a self-driving
car venture. When combined with its highly regarded chip development efforts for
its iPhones, Macs, and iPads, Apple's bold new bets suggest that technological
innovation is alive and well in this now $2.7 trillion behemoth.
Apple shares got a boost from reports that the company is planning to build an
electric car with autonomous driving capability and also has an augmented
reality headset in the works -- one that will be powerful enough to work as a
stand-alone device. No smartphone required.
Reality (Ar) Glasses.....
weekend, Bloomberg expanded on these reports, adding that Apple is also working
to develop augmented reality (AR) glasses (i.e., something different from the
headset) and predicting that consumers (and investors) might get their first
look at the AR headset as early as June 2022 if the company decides to unveil
it at Apple's planned Worldwide Developers Conference next June.
3. Jeremy Siegel Thoughts…..
Jeremy Siegel warns that stocks could drop 10% as soon as December — so hold
fast with the ‘conservative’ tech pick of Apple.
market could suffer a 10% correction as early as December if the Federal
Reserve starts cracking down on inflation, a respected author and professor of
inflation hitting a 30-year high of 6.2% in October, Jeremy Siegel expects the
Fed will finally roll up its sleeves at its next meeting. That could mean the
end of low interest rates and the beginning of market volatility.
Siegel believes the stock market remains the only reliable source of
inflation-topping returns, and that “conservative tech stocks” should perform
3. Matt Maley Thoughts…..
managing director equity strategist Miller Tabak said on Tuesday, "I just wonder if people are saying, if
the Fed is going to tighten faster than they're saying, 'should I be looking at
something else.'" " 'I need
something else besides Treasuries and what better than Apple computer?' "
the end-of-the-year holiday, Maley believes Apple could benefit from consumers
looking to buy products in case they go up in price next year.
"If you want a flight to safety
which also gives you a little exposure to strong consumer spending into the
holiday, Apple computer is a good play," he added.
4. Customer Loyalty…..
benefits from customer loyalty that can border on obsession. That’s great news
for inflation-era investors.
customers have never balked at paying high prices for premium phones, laptops
or watches, and their insatiable appetite for the company’s devices has made it
the world’s biggest tech company in terms of revenue.
of capital and a willingness to innovate should allow Apple to keep evolving
and providing long-term value. The company’s plans to reimagine the iPad and
get into the electric vehicle market could open significant new revenue
5. Analysts Thoughts.....
Positive retail, innovative products are driving Apple shares higher,
says Needham analyst.
Needham analyst Laura Martin said that investors turned to Apple on
Tuesday because the company has prodigious cash flow, allowing it to endure any
slowdowns in the economy and take advantage of falling prices.
flight to quality with companies that you know will weather the storm, not go
bankrupt, not have financial distress,” Martin said, noting that
other large-cap tech stocks aren’t down as much as smaller firms.
Martin added, Apple is positioned to introduce new products to power
new growth, including a headset.
criticism of Apple for the last five years is no new products. When you look at
the product pipeline, lots of excitement there, especially in the press today
about how they’re going to introduce augmented reality glasses at the next WWDC
in June,” Martin said.
Martin said there are indications that Apple’s current products,
especially its iPhone Pro models, are selling well, potentially leading to a
big December quarter for the company. Apple said in October it expected record
revenue in its fiscal first quarter, over last year’s $111.4 billion in sales,
despite supply constraints.
really good numbers coming out of retail about how the products are selling.
Tablets, especially the high-end iPhones, all of which says they’re going to
have high margins and high revenue for the fourth quarter of this year,” Martin said.
its cash flow not only to invest in new products but to return capital to
shareholders through dividends and buybacks, the latter of which can help keep
the stock price stable. And Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi said in a note to
investors earlier this month that he expects Apple to continue repurchasing
shares over the next five years.
“Our analysis suggests that Apple is
likely to be able to continue repurchasing ~ 3-4% of its shares per year until
the end of 2026 while growing its dividend per share by 10% annually without
taking on net debt on its balance sheet,” Sacconaghi said in a Nov. 17 note to investors.