Apple 200?

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Joe, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. Joe


    Hey, did any one see that Apple hit $200 today. Before and after it was immediately back at its regular level of 191. Any idea how this happened and how many shares were traded at 200.

  2. Bad print?

    On both our Goldman Sachs Redi system and our Preferred system the high for the day in AAPL is just over 193. Pretty safe to assume you're picking up a bad print.
  3. Joe


    TD Ameritrade & Google Finance and yahoo finance all report it at 200. Hmm, maybe they are getting it all from the same source.
  4. You all know the old saying......."Bad ticks MUST be made good."
  5. my software read the same thing.....who knows
  6. The chart shows the $200 is clearly erroneous. Maybe a T print went off up there, but that's just someone painting the tape or whatever. It never traded up there.
  7. The intraday chart never shows 200. Maybe we are seeing a glimpse of the future?
  8. There is no print at all up there, the vendors with crap data picked up a bad/phony print.

  9. APPLE INC (NasdaqGS:AAPL)

    After Hours: 190.39 0.00 (0.00%) as of 7:59PM ET on 12/14/07

    Last Trade: 190.39
    Trade Time: 4:00PM ET
    Change: 1.44 (0.75%)
    Prev Close: 191.83
    Open: 190.30
    Bid: 189.00 x 100
    Ask: N/A
    1y Target Est: 212.13

    Day's Range: 189.54 - 200.00
    52wk Range: 76.77 - 196.83
    Volume: 24,092,389
    Avg Vol (3m): 37,620,900
    Market Cap: 166.69B
    P/E (ttm): 48.43
    EPS (ttm): 3.93
    Div & Yield: N/A (N/A)

    hmmm, i wonder what this means? Smell it joe?
  10. Joe


    Yea, I smelt it. It just looked really weird that everyone had the same numbers.
    #10     Dec 15, 2007