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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209193)7/18/2020 1:14:55 AM
From: Doren
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To: handyman who wrote ()7/19/2020 5:23:15 PM
From: clean86
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Thanks for the apology mistakes happen.

I'm having the post removed from the thread as this is a politics free zone.

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From: Moonray7/20/2020 4:50:57 PM
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AAPL closed at $393.43, up $8.12 (2.11%).
New Monday high today?
New 52-week high today?
New All Time High today?



But it WAS the highest close AAPL has ever had!



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From: Moonray7/21/2020 2:55:00 PM
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Most tech giants scaled back their U.S. lobbying spending
in the second quarter as the coronavirus pandemic created
economic uncertainty.Here’s the breakdown of Big Tech lobbying
spend in the second quarter:

Facebook: $4.8 million, down 8% from last quarter
Microsoft: $2.9 million, up 22%
Google: $1.7 million, down 6%
Apple: $1.5 million, down 31%
Amazon’s Q2 filing was not available in the congressional lobbying
database. Excluding Amazon, combined lobbying spending for the
four other tech giants fell 6% to $10.9 million.

More at: Big Tech lobbying spending fell during the pandemic,
but TikTok's Chinese parent company ramped up

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From: Moonray7/23/2020 12:18:01 PM
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Apple Stock Rally Isn’t Sustainable, Goldman Sachs Warns - TECHTELEGRAPH

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To: Moonray who wrote (209198)7/23/2020 2:07:46 PM
From: oldbeachlvr
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Apple -4% on facing consumer protection probe - Axios

Multiple states are investigating Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) for deceiving customers, according to the Tech Transparency Project via Axios.

A document obtained through a public records request says the Texas AG's Consumer Protection Division launched the investigation "for enforcement purposes."

Key quote: "If violations are uncovered, CPD will initiate enforcement proceedings. Accordingly, the OAG anticipates litigation in this matter."

It isn't clear what specific practices are targeted in the investigations.

Apple is currently facing antitrust investigations from U.S. House lawmakers and the European Union.

Apple shares are down 3.9% to $373.91.

Earlier today, Goldman told investors to avoid Apple shares, noting a price tag of $299.

From Seeking Alpha seekingalpha.com

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To: oldbeachlvr who wrote (209199)7/23/2020 2:18:35 PM
From: OrionX
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Goldman capitalizing on perceived bad news?

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To: OrionX who wrote (209200)7/23/2020 2:46:45 PM
From: Moonray
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Goldman capitalizing on perceived bad news?
In a way.
Keeping a sell but raising target to $299 from $263
on a stock pushing $400 is just CYA so that people
can't see HOW WRONG he really was/is. If AAPL
sells off to $320, he can say "Look how close to my
$299 target AAPL has come".

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To: OrionX who wrote (209200)7/23/2020 3:01:54 PM
From: Moonray
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Take a look at this story and date.
Nothing wrong with his original
stance, but to maintain it since
then is idiotic:

Watch Goldman Sachs’ Rod Hall defend his $165 Apple price target
Published October 9, 2019 by Philip Elmer-DeWitt
More at: ped30.com

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From: Moonray7/23/2020 3:30:06 PM
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With a decline of 5% today, what do my charts say about where AAPL is going?

Looks like a decline to $330 on the first chart.



I would be surprised if the P&F low is their $345. Looks like $330 to me.



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