technical analysis

The chart indicates that the next area of support is around the $80 level.
It's too soon to tell whether this recent rally is a bull trap. 
Charts suggest that any AAPL bounce will be short-lived. 
Long-term charts reinforce our bearish view. 
We would expect a period of sideways consolidation before renewed strength and a rally to the low $40s.
Traders can probe the long side of the energy producer and transporter's stock. 
AEP should easily reach our earlier target of $65, and a close over $65 could open up the possibility of a longer-term objective in the $70 area.
Although Southwestern Energy has been in a steady decline, it does have some bullish indicators.
Shares have jumped, but raders should keep their powder dry.
AEM could rally to the $42 area on an intermediate-term basis.

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