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Subject: Re: Apple? Date: 1/24/2013 1:15 PM
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1. how did you guys get that $455 and $435 as support levels?

The 455-435 was an eyeball to the late January 2012 gap, it's c$20, and I was using a 3 year chart, so it wasn't an exact number, but a general guide (not that all gaps fill anyway).

2. the next support level below $435 - is that $425 i.e. the previous breakout level that started the 2012 run?

After 435, I would believe the next level is just above the 405-ish, the October-November 2011. Again, I'm not using my regular charts, so it's a ballpark figure, so let's call it 410-405. Then in round numbers, c. 360.

If it gets there, I want Naj to buy me a bottle of 30 year old Oban malt. :) Because he'd have been short by then and made a killing....
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