If we re-test 124-126, we want to get short and look for a retest of the lows at 120-113.
are due in 11 days and you can see that AAPL tends to move a lot on reporting days.
The long term trend is when the proprietary indicator of trend I call "Range-Movement or RgMov" hits a 2-month high or low. The indicator doesn't flip often and usually leads price. The bottom in early 2013 took a couple of attempts to get it going, so the same may happen here. The pattern of many indicators that give you big winning trades is that you often are right only about 25% of the time. 25% doesn't sound like a great batting average, but if the winners are big enough, then it is good enough.
Decide for yourself. I feel it is interesting to note how AAPL peaked right at the 132 level where it reported last quarter and it retested that level before the sellers came back out again.
I imagine many will be looking at the in AAPL and getting nervous, so in the short term I want to look for a rally back up to resistance to stop out any momentum traders and traders who are short this stock here.