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  • Trade view / 15 September 2016 at 13:09 GMT
    Medium term

    UPDATE: First upside target on Apple reached

    Trader /
    United States
    On Tuesday I outlined a trade view on buying Apple shares. The stock has since rallied 6% and reached my first price target. Through the lens of prudent risk management it is thus now time to take at least partial profits on this trade.
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    15 September
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    Well done, inpressive trade
    15 September
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    Impressive sorry
    16 September
    Cat Cat
    Thanks for the update.
  • Trade view / 13 September 2016 at 7:46 GMT
    Medium term

    UPDATE: Bumpy ride follows Apple launches

    Trader /
    United States
    Apple shares have had a bumpy ride since the company's launch of a raft of new products on September 7. While the stock continues to act constructively through a multi-month lens, there is also no reason to jump the gun on it from a swing trading perspective although the first stabilisation signs did emerge on Monday this week.
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  • Video / 09 September 2016 at 9:56 GMT

    Super Mario could push Nintendo higher: Moltke-Leth

    Apple has announced that Ninendo's Super Mario is coming to the app store. More than 500 million copies of the game has been sold, and according to Christoffer Moltke-Leth, director of Global Sales Trading at Saxo Capital Markets Singapore, the effect will be bigger than Pokémon Go.

    Super Mario is a fully owned franchise of Nintendo and Moltke-Leth believes that the game will serve as an important platform and commercial for the company. He believes the game can spur interest in Nintendo's console games and push the stock price higher.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 09 September 2016 at 1:02 GMT

    Apple is losing the innovation game

    The Conversation
    Not only is Apple suffering from a major lack of hardware innovation but it’s also being outdone in software and online, where apps reign supreme. It quite possibly signals the company’s eventual demise, writes John Rice and Nigel Martin. The recent launch of Apple’s iPhone 7 was a quiet affair compared to the launch of the first iPhone a little more than nine years ago. Not much has changed about the iPhone but the same cannot be said for the applications that iPhones and other phones run – here innovation is fast and furious.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 08 September 2016 at 5:28 GMT

    Nintendo soars despite pullback in Asia markets

    Nintendo surged after the company announced that a new version of its popular Super Mario franchise will be appearing on Apple's new iPhone, writes Aza Wee Sile. The surge occurred despite declines across most Asian markets on Thursday as investors weighed what the Fed's Beige Book means for US interest rates. The US-listed shares of Nintendo jumped more than 28% Wednesday after the announcement. Nintendo's stock "has stabilised from its initial exuberance following the launch of Pokemon Go, but the fact remains that Nintendo is on the cusp of a major product cycle in both consoles and smartphones," said Han Joon Kim, research analyst at Deutsche Bank.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 08 September 2016 at 1:00 GMT

    Apple focuses on wireless future with new iPhone

    Apple Inc. unveiled new iPhones without headphone jacks on Wednesday, embracing a wireless future and a potential new source of accessory sales. Apple showed off new wireless headphones called AirPods that go on sale in October for $159. The AirPods have to be charged and have five hours of battery life, according to Apple. The charging can be done via a case which holds the headphones when they’re not being used, the company said. AirPods are compatible with iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple’s Watch, it added. A double tap on the gadgets connects them to Siri so users can speak to Apple’s digital assistant.
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