The software maker's chart is very similar to a previous 'W' pattern.
If you can't tolerate pain, don't be in the stock market.
Although the WWDC conference lacked a blockbuster announcement, each development adds to Apple's ecosystem and pushes it forward.
Investing in such stocks can beat the bubble-burst pattern. 
AAPL is both a vessel and an eco-system.
Stock has been languishing, unable to make a move.
Cyberark Software's stock consolidated in a tight range and recently broke the triangle to the upside.
Stop thinking of it as a watch and realize it's a computer.
I'm a more cautious bull unless we clear an important hurdle.
Playing the role of mythbuster.

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