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A few signs on the daily chart could indicate Apple on the turn. Still got 4hrs trading in US but is that a pin bar in the making?

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My 5 min chart  . Gap to be filled , maybe?   $150 is a big level to take out

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@JamesIG, just to point out there seems to be a glitch with the demo Apple chart (see comparison with live below taken within seconds of each other. Top one is the live account chart).

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