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$AAPL . Bearish cross and support

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$AAPL continues to gap down on news that China Mobile is reducing its subsidy for iPhone 5c; a move that may have an impact on the sales.

Currently, on the Ichimoku chart, a bearish cross is seen with a critical support level at $453.84 .

Should the price level close below this or unable to bounce off from this level, given the thin kumo support below, it is likely $AAPL will drop to $392.

 

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$AAPL : Resistance of the gap and weekly kumo

Daily Ichimoku chart of AAPL

$ AAPL rises from the lows of $390 till $500 on news that Ichan has acquired stakes in it.

On the daily Ichimoku chart, it would have point to a great bullish move.

However, with the announcement of the iPhone 5c and 5s, it seems that the market has price in the lack of innovation on the Ichimoku chart.

Weekly Ichimoku Chart of AAPL

We can see a gap down on the daily chart. More importantly, the price remains below the kumo on the Weekly chart.

Clearly, this suggests that the major bullish trend is over for $AAPL.

The growth of the mobile device is hitting a plateau and  the exponential growth in revenue may not be possible in the near term.

For those who bought at $700, it will be a very long term investment if one is going to hold and hope that $AAPL will hit the levels again in the next 1-2 years.

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$BBRY . Blackberry Setup for bearish move

$BBRY - Ichimoku Bearish move setup
$BBRY – Ichimoku Bearish move setup

The Ichimoku chart is showing a good setup for $BBRY.

Currently, it’s closing price is at $16.67.

On the Ichimoku Daily Chart, a bearish cross seems to be forming and the thin kumo support below suggest weak support below.

A break from this level will give us a target of $12.50

Some catalyst to consider:

  1. Are sales really good in the emerging markets that $BBRY is targeting? Are they getting converts?
  2. Have they gain traction with the developer’s base?
  3. Are the existing customer base going to upgrade their BlackBerry or are they going to switch to an iPhone or an Android based phone?