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Apple Today - 9/19/2016 (AAPL)

seymour_greenz • September 19th 2016 09:37:17 AM

Good Morning,

Welcome back. NASDAQ Futures are curiously up 17 with +19 Fair Value, S&P Futures are up 10 with +11 Fair Value and Dow Futures are up 88 as we put the pieces of multiple potential terrorist attacks on Manhattan and Minnesota and more explosive devices turning up in New Jersey. These nerve racking events bookend a Monday with quiet economic calendar and sparse earnings though the pace will certainly pick up as we approach the Fed meeting later this week. Futures were up in early morning and lifted to a peak just before 5:30am then dipped and bounced at 7am and are near the highs as we approach the open.

Asian markets were up. China went up 0.77%, Japan gained 0.70% and Hong Kong led the advance, up 0.92%. European markets are mixed. The UK is up 1.11%, Germany is down 0.65% and France is up 0.52%.

Commodities are mostly up this morning. Oil is up 1.42%, natural gas is down 1.90% and gold is up 0.56%. Unleaded gas is down 0.28% and heating oil is up 1.07%. Metals are up except copper. Meat is up strong. Cocoa, coffee, cotton, corn, wheat and soybeans are all up.

Oil rebound hauls up global stocks, commodity currencies.

This afternoon after the bell, look out for earnings from Ascena Retail Group Inc (ASNA).

Tomorrow morning before the open, Lennar Corporation (LEN), Palatin Technologies, Inc (PTN) are expected to report.

AAPL had its best week in almost 5 years, soaring up 11.43% on crushing volume. On Monday, AAPL took a hairpin turnaround from 103 to mid-105 area, ending up 2.24% on high volume. On Tuesday, AAPL showed a mountain of strength by gapping up into the 108-area, ending up 2.38% on tremendous volume. On Wednesday, AAPL strongly tipped the scales in favor of green, taking AAPL up towards 113 before settling the day just below 112, up a whopping 3.54% on record volume. On Thursday, AAPL took off like a rocket into the mid-115 area, ending up 3.42% on nearly 2.5x average volume. On OPEX Friday, AAPL took a break, dipping 0.56% on 2x average daily volume. AAPL opened lower at 115.17 to huge volume, tested 115 and shot up to 116, setting an intra-day high of 116.13 at 9:49am on huge volume before slipping back to 115 by 10am on strong volume. AAPL held 115 on moderately heavy but tapering volume until shortly before lunch and slipped towards 114 on moderately strong volume after noontime, dipping to the low-114 area at 12:46pm before bouncing to the mid-114 area and going on to set a low of 114.04 nearly an hour later at 1:46pm on moderate volume. AAPL subsequently bounced to 115 on moderate volume and ended the day down 65 cents at 114.92. AAPL gained 2 cents in after-hours to 114.94.

This morning in pre-market, AAPL opened higher in conjunction with Futures and headed to the mid-115 area, setting a pre-market high of 115.68 at 4:03am and hanging on to the mid-115 area until 6:30am when AAPL began a dip to a pre-market low of 114.44 by 7:25 before bouncing back above 115. AAPL is currently up 31 cents at 115.23 as we approach the open.

Classic max-pain is 110.

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Notable earnings this afternoon after the bell: *ASNA*

And tomorrow before the open: KGFHF, *LEN*, VSR, *PTN*, GLBS

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