One of the biggest pieces of news in 2017 so far.
It was the news in February 2017, that Warren Buffett massively increased his stake in Apple stock. His stake was increased from $1.5 billion to a whopping $18.5 billion. That is a pretty big jump, all happening in about 4-6 months.
This is HUGE NEWS.
One of the reasons is that he doesn’t go that big on very many stocks. It’s usually just a few stocks that he goes that big on, the +$10 billion category. So when he does that he is showing massive conviction in the trade.
There is also the surprise that he would buy so much of a technology stock. Normally he doesn’t do that. He sticks to companies that he knows about and can understand.
Eventually Buffett figured out that Apple has “a sticky product.”
There are also several others reasons why he did it. Some of the that the average investor does not see. All these reasons are covered, plus so much more in The Apple Trade.
This was a very big vindication of the strategies taught in both The Order Flow Mastery Course and The Apple Trade.
The reasons are because first of all, I still owned a bunch of Apple stock at the time this news was announced. So it did help keep the uptrend going and I did profit more. (and for those of you not into equity trading yet – it is a possibility that should be seriously explored)
Also because back around the year 2012, I created a lesson in The Mastery Course, which talked about Buffett’s big mistake. About how he had bought so much of IBM stock, when he should have bought Apple stock. And that if he bought Apple stock back in 2011 or 2012, he would have made SO MUCH MORE MONEY. It’s in the lesson called: “Ideal Goal Of An Order Flow Trader.” Now, finally after five years or so, Buffett has corrected his mistake, sold some of his IBM stock, and bought a ton of Apple stock. So the old dog can learn new tricks.
Ideal Goals Of An Order Flow Trader:
Here’s the “sneak peak” of what the Ideal Goals of An Order Flow Trader look like:
Don’t just “beat the market. The ideal goal is to:
- Generate positive returns in all market conditions (in other words to try very strongly not to have a losing year)
- Generate above average returns in all market conditions (in other words if the S&P is up 20% for the year, then I strive for being up more than 20% for the year)
- Find the best trade in the best financial instrument to express your trade idea/scenario/news/global macro event or situation
Print out those three ideal goals. Have them handy on your trading desk. They will surely help you find good trades and structure a much more profitable trading philosophy and system.
Again, if you are interested in any of these goals, and want to learn how to achieve them, then check out the Order Flow Mastery Course. <<<