Apple and The Suppliers
At first, there was no demand; now there is too much demand. This is why you just have to love the stock market. According to reports, Apple ($AAPL) iPhone X pre-orders could hit 50 million. The result, Apple’s stock surged over 2 percent hitting a new all-time high. It wasn’t just Apple; those Apple suppliers got a boost too, Skyworks ($SWKS), Broadcom ($AVGO), and Qrovo ($QRVO) with all three jumping by more than 3 percent.
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Unfortunately, this what makes investing so hard, rumors fly around, and stock move on a whim, but until verified it just a tale. Just look at some of the volatility in these stocks over the past few weeks.
Skyworks is now basically kissing it’s all-time and likely to break out. It is due to report results on November 3, after Apple.
Broadcom is the same boat as Skyworks, and the chart looks pretty much the same, recently. Broadcom likely won’t report till sometime in December.
Facebook consensus estimates are calling for the company to report that third-quarter revenue grew by 40 percent since last year, to $9.844 billion, while EPS is expected to have increased 17.5 percent to $1.28. The important measurement for Facebook, the number of active users, and average revenue per user. The November 17, long straddle options strategy is pricing a move of 6 percent for Facebook, based on the cost $10 to buy one call and one put.
The chart looks very strong as well, with the stock breaking out on Friday. Could strong result be enough to carry Facebook to $200? Perhaps.
Surprisingly or not, options in Tesla are pricing in about 9.5 percent in the shares of the stock, using the November 17 long straddle. Wall Street is expecting revenue for the third quarter of $2.928 billion, and loss of $2.81. Of course, cash burn will be of the most significant importance as well, Tesla had cash and equivalents of nearly $3.0 billion. Which for any typical company is a lot, but for Tesla, one never knows. Capex has now gone expotential.
Tesla’s stock continues to hug the 200 day moving average, which has to be encouraging for the bulls.
For now, the biotech group as measured by Nasdaq Biotech ETF ($IBB) looks to have found a short-term bottom. We are going to want to see the ETF retake $322.
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Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own shares of TSLA, SWKS
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