How to Trade Apple's Strong Uptrend

There is no lack of news on Apple Inc. (AAPL) . Even though I try to stay on the straight and narrow path of charts and indicators one cannot block out the news of buying by Warren Buffett or the launch of new products. Our own Jim Cramer discussed some of the latest company developments Thursday night on Mad Money.

I last looked in on AAPL the stock in the middle of August, writing that one should "stay long AAPL and raise sell stop protection to $195....we can see (on the Point and Figure chart) a bullish price objective of $255." Prices have advanced to new highs in the past month so let's take some time this morning to check over the charts once again....246 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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