Is DJIA Headed To 31,000? AAPL Could Tell Us Soon

October 29, 2019

To repeat: AAPL is the only stock we need follow closely to know whether a major top looms for the bull market. The logic is simple: Because Apple is the most valuable company in the world, its shares top institutional investors’ must-own list. Furthermore, as long as those who make their living throwing Other People’s Money at a dozen or so stocks continue to throw the lion’s share of it at AAPL, the bull market is all but certain to continue.  It is not so much a case of AAPL dragging the broad averages higher as dragging the institutional sheeples’ brains into thin air.

So what are we to infer from the chart show in the inset?  Very simply this: If the stock were to blow past the pink line, a secondary Hidden Pivot’ at 248.48, it would strongly imply more upside to at least 283.97, the pattern’s ‘D’ target. That’s 14% above these levels, which would mean 30,951 (or so) for the Dow Industrials.  If this were to occur between now and early next year, it would be a fitting blowoff for the biggest U.S. bull market of them all. Keep in mind that your editor can think of a dozen good reasons why the Dow should be selling for half its current price. Better that you should get bullish advice from a permabear who can read charts than from some buy-side fanatic who believes current price earnings multiples alone justify significantly higher prices.

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