Technical chart analysis
Since March 2010, Apple (before resuming its uptrend) has tagged its 50-day moving average 3 separate times; in 2012 it has yet to do that. This is a possible destination that Apple can head to if macro economic conditions continue to worsen. In the past few weeks, Apple was in a bear channel and as soon as it touched its middle bollinger band, it quickly reversed upward, which is a very impressive sign of strength. Apple's powerful reversal encountered resistance highlighted by the dotted horizontal line.
Fundamentally, the stock is cheap, but the technicals say it can get less expensive. That doesn't necessarily say it will happen though; Technical Analysis is just about measuring probabilities.
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Using Technical Analysis to trade gold...(short)2011-09-23 08:39:29 by KingMoney_NYC
The short revisted...
Original call 8-19-11, gold was at an all time high of ~$1850
Here is the original chart with analysis from August 19. Gold at $1850
Here is the Updated chart of gold (September 23), showing the confirmation of the trend, with a red candle. Gold at $1690
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