AAPL: Hourly and Daily Chart Insights

BATS:AAPL   Apple Inc
Hourly Chart: Lower Highs and Key Support Level

The hourly chart of AAPL indicates a short-term downtrend, characterized by a series of lower highs. This pattern suggests selling pressure is dominant in the near term. A key short-term support level is identified at 211.31. The price has recently breached this support, signaling potential for further downside. The 21 EMA at 212.94 is acting as resistance now. If the price remains below this level, it could confirm the continuation of the downtrend, materializing a pullback on the daily chart.

Daily Chart: Fibonacci Retracement and Support Levels

The daily chart shows AAPL’s recent bullish momentum, followed by a pullback. The stock is still bullish, and even a correction to the 21 EMA, or to one of its retracements would reverse its bullish sentiment. The 21 EMA at 201.11 provides additional support. If the price holds above the 38.2% retracement, making a bottom signal above the 21 EMA, it indicates strength and potential for a rebound towards the recent high of 220.00. A break below this level could lead to a test of the 50% retracement around 200.00, and possibly the 61.8% retracement near 195.00, triggering a sharper ccorrection.

Conclusion: Monitoring Key Levels for Trend Confirmation

AAPL's analysis on both hourly and daily charts highlights critical levels that we should monitor for trend confirmation. The hourly chart’s lower highs and breach of the key support level at 211.31 indicate short-term bearishness. The daily chart provide a broader perspective, suggesting that the trend is still bullish, despite the possibility of a correction. Holding above its support levels could signal a continuation of the bullish trend, while a break below may suggest further downside. Monitoring these levels will be crucial in determining the stock's next move.

In an uptrend, corrections are usually buying opportunities if there is a bottom signal near support, since the risk/reward ratio is optimized.

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