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When to Buy Back Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Stock if You Removed Exposure

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Don't look at a specific price; wait for a neutral reading on this countertrend indicator.

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MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL We at ChartLabPro.com had several readers email us regarding our call on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Back on September 14 we alerted readers that our proprietary countertrend indicator reached an Approaching Overbought level, and we suggested removing at least 50% exposure. So people naturally want to now know when they can buy back the stock. We are not looking at a specific price; we are now waiting to get a Neutral reading on the countertrend indicator. We will alert readers once this happens.

The partners at ChartLabPro.com have been using this countertrend indicator for more than a decade to run their fund.


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