Most Apple Traders Are Watching For Prices Over $100
The majority of stocks, particularly tech stocks, are off to a rough start in 2016, and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is no exception.
But how badly has Apple's 8.1 percent drop so far in January impacted the stocks technical outlook?
Aside from the August Flash Crash low in the low $90s, Apple has been trading in a range between around $107 and $123 for about six months headed into 2016. However, it didn't take long in 2016 for Apple to go crashing through $107 support and plummet to around $95.
For now, Apple bulls are hoping that the stock can find support at the $92 level that represents the flash crash low.
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Data from Call Levels indicates that Apple traders have notification set for $107 and $120.
A look at the chart shows that these levels will be critical for Apple. A significant break above either level would be an extremely bullish move for the stock. Apple bears would likely also be looking at these levels, particularly $107, as potential selling/shorting opportunities.
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