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Apple Inc (AAPL)

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1Apple Inc (AAPL) Empty Apple Inc (AAPL) Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:53 pm



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Long Term Trend
The long term trend of Apple Inc is UP indicating that AAPL has experienced an UP trend for at least the past 180 trading days. Long term trends are key to understanding the starting point to the path of least resistance of a stocks price trend. The expected future trend bias is always strongest with the current trend.

Short Term Trend
The short term trend of Apple Inc is DOWN, AAPL has been undergoing a short term DOWN UP over the past 7-10 days.

The current signal for Apple Inc is SELL indicating that the stock could be Declining in its trend. The current price trend is Extreme. Stocks in extreme levels of price trend should be allowed to move out of the extreme range before a buy or sell decision should be made. As is the case for most trending momentum style stocks, much of the "reason" price action is not often known until well into the price trend. But earnings growth and management efficiency are key components to a foundation to a sustainable uptrend. We will focus on fundamental indications that can build a case for reasons why the stock should continue its current trend.

Strength Rank
Rank is the rank of the stock vs. its peers. For example a Rank of 98 means the stock is out performing 98% of its peers over a 12 month period. A rank of 2 means the stock is outperforming 2% of its peers, in other words, 98% of its peers are out performing it. 98 is good, 2 is not so good. The current quarter is 40% of the weighting, so current performance is more significant to the rank.

The current rank for Apple Inc is 66, this means that AAPL is out performing 66% of its peers. Stocks that have a rank of 80 or better, tend to advance the trend.

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