Apple Stock At New Record High

May 07, 2018 4:31 PM ETAAPL
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  • Apple shares hit an all-time high Today(Monday 7th-May), and the company moved closer to a milestone — the first $1 trillion market value.
  • Apple stock climbed to record heights Monday following further bullish comments from billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
  • The stock has climbed 10 percent this year, roughly double the increase on the Nasdaq.

Let's take a look at Apple stock (AAPL) daily chart.  It was gaining ahead of Tuesday's quarterly earnings releases (May 1st), and it rallied after the fact. On that Tuesday I  wrote, that "we will likely see a more clear reaction. Probably to the upside, as there seems to be some "sell the rumor, buy the fact" action going on".  And  I was right! The stock reached new record high on Friday, as it broke above resistance level of around $175-180

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Apple (AAPL) shares rose about 1%, near 185.5, this afternoon trading on the stock market today. Intraday, shares hit an all-time high of 187.67. It now has a market value of about $945 billion, continuing its march toward a $1 trillion market cap.

Apple Stock received a Buy rating from 7 analysts. 0 analysts gave its stock an Outperform rating. 5 analysts say it’s a Hold while 0 analysts provided their expert opinion as Sell.

The stock has climbed 10 percent this year, roughly double the increase on the Nasdaq. It trades 11 percent higher than its 200-day moving average. Its relative strength index hit 68 on Today, inching toward the 70 threshold indicative of overbought conditions.

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Disclosure: I am/we are long AAPL.

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