With Uncertainty Out of the Way, Apple (AAPL) Bullish on Long and Short-Term

It’s been a crazy 24 hours for Apple Inc. (AAPL) investors and traders. Those who saw the news last night were watching it go by down 7% percent or so. Some traded it after hours around the recent support of $355-$358.

This Morning did a video with Jill Malandrino from theStreet and we mentioned buying it on the open for a push to fill the gap. (see chart below)

Stock has been holding higher all day with the volatility in the SPX. We see a nice wedge forming. Short term, if it gets above and stays above $372ish on a 30/60 minute basis, we can see a gap fill to go positive.

In the Macro chart you will see a big Wedge/Pennant pattern forming that is controlling the complexion. Stock will need to break above $378-$380 to get real momentum. ALL IN ALL- looks good and it took the news in stride.

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Disclosure: Long AAPL

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