BAML analyst Wamsi Mohan, who had cut his firm’s rating on Apple to neutral in early November, returned his assessment to “buy” with a price target of $210 per share, a 16.6% increase from the bank’s previous level. Monhan said that a “large reversal of inventory overhang” for Apple iPhones, as well as stability in the group’s global supply chain and “modest” acceleration in services revenue growth has improved the group’s valuation. He also predicated the group will announce a near-term share buyback plan.
I think the upgrade is a bit too late. I mean Apple bottomed at $142 and the
It’s being a long time since I last speak about BITSHARES and I think it deserves a following up post… also because seems to me that BITSHARES has bottomed already a few weeks ago according to the daily chart I show you below:
According to this chart,
BTS touched its lowest point by the end of November last year…
Actually, it did touch the bottom twice, the second time the end of
January this year.
What is most interesting to see is
that, even if BTS touched twice the same ground, the RSI indicator
marked a prominent DIVERGENCE, which is a clear
March 12, 2019(updated March 12, 2019) Published by lordbutterfly
Ok, so im going to go out and just say it….. Im a 30 year old guy that loves Pokemon. I have more then 0 friends and i dont live in my parents basement. There basically only one other guy on Steemit im sure loves Pokemon, but since hes a whale (@acidyo) people will probably think hes “sophisticated” or likes “retro” things. Meh, double standards. Im not even a dolphin yet so ill get weird looks. No one fears dolphins. 🙁
Lol. But yeah. Pokemon were a big part of my childhood. At one point i think i had around 3000 Pokemon TCG cards. (To this day i think i can name all 151 Gen 1 Pokemon and i dont know all my cousins names) Still have a few hundred laying around. I used to go on tournaments in the early 2000s, even won around $50 on one. Was out of my mind happy. (In 10 years ill probably remember that more then my wedding day)
Most of the cards i used i won in a game we used to play in school where we would throw the cards as far as we could and then all the cards that were thrown would be collected in a pile and placed on the hand of the person that threw his card the shortest distance. Then the person that threw the furthest would hit his hand and what ever card fell face up he would win as his. (fun game) lol
So yeah. Pokemon is basically my childhood so when i heard they were making a live action movie with Pokemon i was super excited. There was a trailer a few months ago that was decent enough. But the one that came a week ago just blew me away. I know this might not represent much to the folks that never cared much about Pokemon, but when i saw Mewtwo in the trailer majestically fly up on the screen i basically achieved Nirvana. (not to use a more vulgar analogy, whoops. lol) As someone that loves movies and follows this industry, seeing that “Detective Pikachu” had some awesome stuff to show in its trailer made me extremely interested in the picture. I was already seeing multiple trilogies, a Pokemon cinematic universe growing from this. (Alright, maybe im being a bit unrealistic, lol.) But theres something about seeing the shows that defined your childhood recreated in a proper manner that excites me and takes me back to that time. I was a big DBZ, Pokemon, Gundam Wing and Sailor Moon fan (Yes! And fuck you for laughing. Sailor Jupiter FTW.)
They Screwed up DBZ with the crappy live action movie so i hope they wont repeat the same thing with “Detective Pikachu”.
Im going on forever. Just watch the trailer! Ryan Reynolds is voicing Pikachu and from what i can tell this wont be tailored completely to kids. There will be something for us big kids as well. lol
Invesco QQQ is an exchange-traded fund based on the Nasdaq-100 Index. QQQs is one of the most traded ETFs in the world and includes 100 of the largest domestic and international nonfinancial companies listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market based on market capitalization.
The Invesco QQQ ETF first hit the markets on March 10, 1999. After 20 years, QQQ is now the sixth largest U.S.-listed ETF with $66.4 billion in assets under management.
QQQ’s the top three sectors are: 60% technology, 22% cyclicals and 9% healthcare.
Top components include are Microsoft (NasdaqGS: MSFT) 10%, Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL) 10%, Amazon.com (NasdaqGS: AMZN)
On 4hr chart, still doing it’s narrow range consolidation. Making lower lows, lower highs. Limited upside towards the big triangle top resistance around 4000 zone. Unlikely to break thru, maybe fake wicks outside. Weekly still manage to close off green but stoch and price looking heavy for turn.
News: (Current) | (Upcoming)
Short term moving average (day candle) :
Network Value to Transactions Ratio :121
Total marketcap :134
Bitfinex Margin Long/Short Volume Ratio :
Depth Chart : (S) | (R)
Weekly Timeframe :
March 12, 2019(updated March 12, 2019) Published by lordbutterfly
Ever since i started branching out a bit towards Reddit and Twitter i got a chance to familiarize myself a bit more with folks that support other cryptocurrencies. The first thing you notice is that people arent only invested in their crypto financially, but emotionally as well. Which you could say is expected.
And as we all know, when you mix emotion and money things can get nuclear (not pronounced “nukilar”) very fast. I mean all you need to do is take a look at industry leaders like Vitalik Buterin, Justin Sun, even Dan Larimer and the FUD they spread about each others projects. What can you expect then from the regular Reddit/Twitter/Medium commenter?
Yeah…. Massive shillings and fuding of other projects they arent invested in. This is exactly why i say that crypto markets are stupid. Because folks can be so emotionally invested and attached to a project that they cant let go even if holding that token is objectively a really bad idea.
Ive even seen organized groups that are knowingly targeting competing projects and spreading lies and misinformation about them under the mantra:
They will do it to us if we dont do it to them.
Preemptive strike of sorts.
The thing about those kinds of campaigns is that they can often work, especially when a project with serious flaws (many of them) is targeted. Or a project with already diminished reputation. I cant say i support that kind of behavior when the motives are malicious and the information that is being spread are blatant lies….. but….. Because i believe that all cryptocurrencies are
1. In competition together against the current monetary establishment. 2. In competition with each other.
And because both is true, the only way to win the “BIG FIGHT” (monetary independence and freedom from governmental control) is to clear our ranks, lift up projects of worth and shoot down projects with no future.
What i mean is that if it helps us and if its justified, reaching for the name of our competition that based on objective parameters does not belong in the spot in MC they are right now, is i think fine. Not only is it fine, but it should be encouraged since such action leads to a healthier overall ecosystem.
I know it might not be “nice” but when youre in the wild west, you are either the guy that carries the gun or youre the guy the others make to dance.
So go out there and spread some FUD! hahaha Do it for STEEM and the good of Crypto!
Markets are hard, no one truthfully will ever deny that. Bottom line is that you have to have a process and you have to stick with it. After nailing the low, for now it is safe to say that the bulls are back. I was guessing that the bears would put up a little more of a fight than they did but they can’t keep the market down for longer than 48 hours it seems.
After yesterday’s monster rip to the upside we now have a pivot (2 actually). The recent Friday Low, and the 200 day MA. As long
On Sunday, an Ethiopian Airlines crashed killing 149 passengers and eight crew members on board shortly after takeoff. When the US markets opened Monday morning, Boeing stock gapped down 11% and fell as much as 13.5% to $365.55 shortly after market open.
Ethiopia, China and Indonesia, Caribbean carrier Cayman Airways, Comair in South Africa and Royal Air Maroc in Morocco temporarily grounded their Boeing MAX 8s as a precautionary measure.
The incident was the second deadly crash of the new Boeing planes in less than five months. A Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 plunged into the Java Sea shortly after taking