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February 7, 2013
08:22 EDTS, AAPLSprint CEO says behind original objectives on network vision deployment
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said on the company's Q4 earnings conference call that the company is behind its original objectives on network vision deployment and "admittedly our LTE coverage footprint lags our two largest competitors." Hesse said the company is "working hard to catch up" and views network related churn drivers as temporary. Hesse noted Sprint reached its highest percentage of postpaid base on contract since the second half of 2007, which he called "another favorable leading indicator for future churn improvement." Hesse said iPhone performance to date "continues to support our decision" to carry the Apple (AAPL) device, noting that in 2012 40% of its iPhone activations were new postpaid customers. Sprint is observing fewer care calls, fewer returns and exchanges and lower early life voluntary churn rates for iPhone customers versus comparable smart phone customers in its base, Hesse added.
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14:09 EDTAAPLIntel chip delay could spell opportunity or disaster, Barron's says
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July 17, 2015
16:01 EDTAAPLOptions Update; July 17, 2015
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11:50 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Weekly technical notes for Apple, S&P 500
Next week sees the most heavily weighted name in the S&P 500 (SPX), Apple (AAPL), report its earnings. At 3.94% of the index, what happens to price with Apple will most definitely impact the index. We have seen several big names in the S&P 500 with the all-too-familiar sideways range that the index itself has been stuck in. Names such as Google (GOOGL) and Apple have had or do have the same range-bound shape and the index is merely a weighting of those patterns. A breakout or a breakdown in Apple will therefore shape the index quite literally. Watch for The Fly's previews on Monday. Given the big jump in Google, why haven't we been able to break out in the index? One factor of course is the very large number of names that have yet to report. Next week is extremely heavy on reporting companies and may therefore prove to be the most productive trading week in some time and potentially the most volatile. Once again the week is heavily loaded toward Wednesday and Thursday. One potentially troublesome note needs to be mentioned and that is the potential negative divergence that is shaping up in the S&P 500. While big name such as Netflix (NFLX) are at fresh new life highs, others and whole sectors are floundering. The SPDR Gold (GLD) is hitting new lows and weak metals pricing is impacting Miners and Materials. Energy (XLE) is weak as is the interest-rate-sensitive Utilities (XLU) sector. Banking (XLF), Technology (XLK) and Consumer Staples (XLP) are dominating. It is odd to find Consumer Staples at a breakout point given that it is typically seen as a "safety" sector for troubled times. That is part of the odd mix investors face in this bull market. It may be a reflection of still-attractive yields in those names, but valuations in that group are looking quite stretched, far more than some of the biggest tech names.
11:06 EDTAAPLOppenheimer predicts Apple high-end dominance to drive 'beat and raise' report
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09:35 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL NFLX TSLA GOOG FB GOOGL SLB
07:44 EDTAAPLApple should deliver beat and raise Q3 results, says Oppenheimer
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07:38 EDTAAPLApple July weekly volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
Apple July call option implied volatility is at 25, July weekly 34, August is at 28, October is at 25; compared to its 52-week range of 15 to 36, suggesting large near term price movement into the expected release of Q3 results on July 21.
06:58 EDTAAPLApple Store employee suit reaches class action status, Reuters reports
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July 16, 2015
18:26 EDTAAPLXiaomi VP says 'absolutely' coming to U.S., Bloomberg TV says
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16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; July 16, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures down 1.17 to 16.52 Option volume leaders: NFLX AAPL BAC FB F INTC C EBAY AMZN GM JPM MU PFE BABA JD X
11:53 EDTAAPLApple and Samsung in talks to launch e-sim card, Financial Times reports
Apple (AAPL) and Samsung (SSNLF) are in advanced talks to launch electronic sim cards, reports the Financial Times. The GSMA is close to announcing an agreement to produce an standardized embedded sim for consumer devices that would include the smartphone makers. Reference Link
11:18 EDTAAPLReport: Apple considers axing iPad mini product, Business Insider says
Apple may be ending its iPad mini to focus on other products and specifically its larger iPads, reports Business Insider, citing a Chinese-language Economic Daily News report. Apple may also push the launch of its next-generation iPad Air to next year to emphasize its larger iPad. Reference Link
11:17 EDTAAPLApple July weekly volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
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09:35 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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08:34 EDTAAPLSt. Jude Medical receives FDA approval for spinal cord stimulation trial system
St. Jude Medical (STJ) announced it received FDA approval of the Invisible Trial System. The system, which received CE Mark in June 2015, is fully wireless and leverages Apple (AAPL) technology for both the patient and physician controllers. The system is designed to provide patients a more improved and discreet spinal cord stimulation, or SCS, trial experience. "Patients undergoing SCS trials consistently tell us about challenges they find in navigating the SCS trial system, from programming the device, to discomfort from the programming cables, to management of both issues. These hindrances may impede the integration of the technology into their daily activities, which shifts their focus away from evaluating the effectiveness of SCS therapy,” said pain specialist Dr. Jason E. Pope, president of Summit Pain Alliance in Santa Rosa, California. “By providing a discreet trial system, St. Jude Medical will help patients focus more on their potential pain relief and functional improvements, and less about the burdens common to traditional trial systems.”
08:18 EDTAAPLSeveral stocks attractive following Intel results, says JMP Securities
For investors looking to take advantage of the sentiment shift the Intel (INTC) results could mean for the group and stronger demand due to seasonality and the Windows 10 launch, JMP Securities recommends Nvidia (NVDA) and Micron (MU). The firm says that both stocks have more attractive valuations and "more strategic roadmaps" than Intel. It also recommends Apple (AAPL) and Qualcomm (QCOM) as more attractive and secure dividend growth plays.
07:22 EDTAAPLiPhone average selling prices may be underestimated by Street, says UBS
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07:19 EDTAAPLApple Q3 iPhone estimates raised at Stifel
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06:58 EDTAAPLApple applies for patent for wireless devices with solar cells
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06:46 EDTAAPLApple Watch to roll out in New Zealand July 31, AppleInsider reports
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