Markets Top5s analysis for 2016-10-27
Unable to create snapshot due to technical difficulties at graphene.com
Updated /Users/geophf/Documents/OneDrive/work/1HaskellADay/Seer/data/top5s.csv with 2016-10-27 data
Updating graph DaaS at http://top5ssecurities.sb02.stations.graphenedb.com:24789
You'll note in the graph above that 'prior trading day' is 2016-10-25, not because 2016-10-26 was not a trading day – it was – it was because that even though I did a report on that day's top5s, I failed to enter those top5s into the database. Human error.
This brings out an interesting pattern. Most day-to-day comparisons you see relations of stocks from the prior to the current day. Today, there being a two-day trading gap, there is very little interrelatedness.
It's the Apple (AAPL) Mac Expo, and, as in every year, the price falls on gloom and doom from the media about how yet again AAPL has ruined everything, again, every year. And year after year, AAPL's price has gone what direction? Up, up, up. Not during the Expo, it always goes down during the Expo, but after, the price, 11 years running has recovered and then added gain after gain.
My long-term analysis of AAPL is here: http://logicalgraphs.blogspot.com/2016/01/case-study-aapl-investment-strategies.html
let's analyze AAPL on it's down-day today
geophf:Desktop geophf$ analyze aapl
Wrote analysis files for aapl
AAPL Stochastic Oscillators
(meanwhile, a stock I pointed out earlier this month, Johnson and Johnson (JNJ) is up 1% today)