Seven Stocks Go to the Woodshed While Apple Fills Gap
Meanwhile, Apple (AAPL) , which has been taken to the woodshed several times since September's all-time high at $705.07. Apple bottomed at $435.00 on Jan. 25 and emerged from behind the woodshed to a high of $484.94 on Feb. 11, filling the gap to the Jan.15 low at $483.38. Many market technicians say that when a stock experiences a price gap up or down that those gaps are almost always filled once a stock tops, or sets a tradable bottom.
Apple ($467.90) still has a buy rating, is 19.4% undervalued with a trailing 12 months price-to-earnings ratio at 10.7. The weekly chart profile remains extremely oversold with the five-week modified moving average at $489.81. My annual value level remains $421.05 with a semiannual pivot at $470.21, which was tested again on Tuesday, and annual risky level at $510.64.
At www.ValuEngine.com we show that 63.9% of all stocks are overvalued versus the 65.0% valuation warning threshold. Eleven of 16 sectors are overvalued by double-digit percentages including four of the five sectors represented in the stocks profiled today; computer and technology is overvalued by 14.0%, construction is overvalued by 23.8%, consumer discretionary by 9.5%, medical by 14.1%, and retail-wholesale by 11.5%.
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OV/UN Valued: Stocks with a red number are undervalued by this percentage. Those with a black number are overvalued by that percentage according to ValuEngine.