After Retracing All After Hour Losses, AAPL And AMZN Resume Downward Direction

Tyler Durden's picture

After some significantly volatile after-hours action, the wunderkinds of the Nasdaq have reverted back up to their VWAPs as all is well once again and the media narrative can play out... AAPL volume is not heavy (remember we said option-skews were near-record levels - implying everyone and their mum owns downside protection and will be unloading into the open tomorrow). QQQs are suffering more than AAPL for now - implying that's where the hedges went. AMZN's move was even more impressive wrigging back up to VWAP. Who is the marginal buyer here? As we post, both are leaking back from VWAP's safe harbor...

 

AAPL return to VWAP and fade...

 

AMZN return to VWAP and fade...

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Lost Wages's picture

Cup 'n' handle? LOL.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

More like 2 girls 1 cup.

Ps, don't look that up.

idea_hamster's picture

Ouch -- my portfoli-hole!

Well, it's a good think that my blackberry-carrying-baby of a broker told me my 401k has a Bernanke put.  Tomorrow, first thing, I'm going to look up what the expiration and strike price is on that one.

RopeADope's picture

That would be the Bernanke European style put which trades on the Krugman Stock Exchange over on the planet Mars. The Curiosity rover will reach the options clearinghouse in 200 years at current speed at which time you may place your sell order.

 

 

NotApplicable's picture

Yikes! Looks like we've got a rogue algobot running loose.

Lemme guess, Waddel & Reed?

Like I've always said, Kansas will be the ruin of us all.

Richard Chesler's picture

AAPL and AMZN, the new TBTF.

 

Jeelan's picture

It's literally the central pillar/post/plank of the foundation that is The Bernank's monetary policy. Throw all his fancy degrees and whatever he's published right out the window.

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Jeelan's picture

The central pillar/post/plank of the foundation that is The Bernank's monetary policy. Throw all his fancy degrees and whatever he's published right out the window.rush paper

TruthInSunshine's picture

There is no way AAPL can be allowed to fall significantly. It's literally the central pillar/post/plank of the foundation that is The Bernank's monetary policy. Throw all his fancy degrees and whatever he's published right out the window.

As the AAPL goes, so goes the iEconomy. Virtuously Circuitousness, bitchez!

TruthInSunshine's picture

I may have to hedge my uber-leveraged long "just buy the f*cking dip" portfolio with some Farmville acreage, to grow e-crops, just in case shit gets real.

Orly's picture

You're on the roll today, TiS.

You're a funny one, you are.

flacon's picture

TIS? Where can I buy TIS call options? 

Jeelan's picture

These repeated hyperexact reversions to VWAP sure make me feel all warm and cozy about the sanctity of the markets. web site

Ratscam's picture

reminds of this great scene in the movie "down by law"
I screem, you screem, we all screem for ice cream.

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=7rK3s_BP9kE&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D7r...

LooseLee's picture

Nope, the economy goes then goes AAPL, no matter what that POS Central Banker does!

Jeelan's picture

It's literally the central pillar/post/plank of the foundation that is The Bernank's monetary policy. Throw all his fancy degrees and whatever he's published right out the window.essay writing in united states

Jeelan's picture

These repeated hyperexact reversions to VWAP sure make me feel all warm and cozy about the sanctity of the markets. http://dissertations.superiorpapers.com/

slaughterer's picture

80% of the analyst reactions to both companies earnings is positive.  

AAPL will be pegged at $600 for psychological reasons.

AMZN will be pegged at $220 for same.

Algos will feed on 5cent divergences from these two levels all day tomorrow.  

Scalp. Scalp.

Welcome to HFT ping pong.

Panafrican Funktron Robot's picture

Yeah, these repeated hyperexact reversions to VWAP sure make me feel all warm and cozy about the sanctity of the markets.  

Catflappo's picture

AMZN came all/most of the way back because it had some weird print at $228 at around 4.08 when it was actually trading at $208.   Doesn't take much to give an algo a hard-on and away she went....

EscapeKey's picture

fraud and grand scale larceny

catacl1sm's picture

And BOOM goes the  dynamite

Iriestx's picture

GO LIBERTY22!

 

e-man's picture

Ouch!  That's gonna leave a little mark...

Pantafulius's picture

And....slightly less almost green.

mdtrader's picture

Get a grip Tyler APPL is on 10 times ex cash. Find something else to hate.

Kaiser Sousa's picture

exactly who is hating????????

Fuck apple and all their Ishit...

aint gonna save the US economy or its citizens...

no jobs+ no money * a worthless currency = FUCK APPLE......

Spastica Rex's picture

Maybe the poster above "made seven figures plus" on AAPL.

Apple - drink of its cup and partake in its goodness.

john39's picture

yeah but slave labor in Asian countries is a good thing for humanity, right?  /s

mick68's picture

Got an iboo-boo?

U lose.

Dapper Dan's picture

someone else does not like apple

http://houston.craigslist.org/msg/3340818729.html

 

circa 1940 lexington piano upright, needs tuning

call Steve @ 713-545-xxxx

I find it odd that this piano which conceivable required over 2000 man hours to build and with some of the finest material available in its time, has endured 70 years of use, and still sound great, cannot fetch $150.00, the wood alone is worth $200.00 at least to a woodworker/furniture maker, the cast iron assembly weights over 300 lbs @ $8.00 per 100 + $24.00.
If I had listed an I phone 4 S 32gigs Black! -- I could get $200.00
An I phone that was built in 8 minutes with $28.00 in material, made in china, and will only last 2 years if you don't drop it.
What is wrong with this picture????

 

pursueliberty's picture

I see this all the time.  I attend some machinery auctions and the biggest buyers here lately are scrappers.  I've seen a few older 40's-60's lathes selling at well below scrap value.  Machinery that actually built our country, and was built in this country.  I attended a auction two weeks ago where all but the lightest equipment brought below scrap value.  I bought one single thing at a $20 spot over scrap.  There were 30 people there and less than 10 were buying anything.

 

RockyRacoon's picture

The real problem is that nobody even knows how to operate the machinery any more.  It's like a scene from some science fiction movie: A futuristic civilization coming upon a relic from the present -- what the hell is this and what was it used for?

TruthInSunshine's picture

-"The real problem is that nobody even knows how to operate the machinery any more.  It's like a scene from some science fiction movie: A futuristic civilization coming upon a relic from the present -- what the hell is this and what was it used for?"

 

It's just like Idiocracy. I keep telling people that Mike Judge is a futurist as was Orwell, and that Idiocracy is a futurist's documentary:

 

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m61/Orangette_Coleman/idiocracy_city.jpg

Winston1984's picture

Is that some labor theory of value or something?  A piano - I think there's an app for that and I think it has a hipster function that let's you make 'beats' so it works even if you don't know how to play it.

fuu's picture

Nice 29 month break there bubba. Needed to give you other logins a rest?

EscapeKey's picture

Really?

According to (permabullish) Marketwatch, they're at 14.38, at present $606 stock price.

And this in a market, where Android gains marketshare every minute.

Where Apple products sell less than forecast, and their tablet lines are under heavy attack from quarterpriced android tablets.

Everyone in China knows that hardware is dead, and as the company with the greatest margins, Apple are first in line for heavy losses.

 

Go to dhgate for bargain priced tablets. No, they're not the same quality as iPad. But for the money, they're pretty damn good. And rapidly improving by the minute.

http://www.dhgate.com/

 

AgShaman's picture

"Orange Julius"......compliments of 'Trading Places'

Village Smithy's picture

Who is the marginal buyer here you ask? Hmm, someone with access to billions of dollars of other peoples' money and a big enough pipeline to pump it through.. Sounds like the Bernanke to me.

transaccountin's picture

options were signaling a 30 point move on apple. i dont see it anywhere near 580, but this is not suprising.

Quinvarius's picture

Reminds of the bottom in 2009 when earnings sucked 10x worse and then we printed a shit ton of money.

You can't kill this bull.

walküre's picture

3 years ago the quality of the USD wasn't disputed. Printing won't save the suckers this time around. Not with a 100% debt/GDP ratio and appreciating.

NaiLib's picture

Guess we will se a hefty Buy Back program shortly

Seasmoke's picture

R-E-G-G-I-E    R-E-G-G-I-E   R-E-G-G-I-E

Haager's picture

My fears are that we will discover another "I Told Ya So" tomorrow.