The U.S. stock market, as represented by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, was down 500 points Monday. Then it flipped positive.

Serious investors ought to know and understand the reason behind the rebound. Let’s explore the issue with the help of three charts.


Please click here for an annotated day chart of Apple AAPL  stock.

Please click here for Apple’s intraday chart.

Please click here for an annotated chart of the Nasdaq 100 ETF QQQ.  Similar conclusions can be drawn from the charts of the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, S&P 500 ETF SPY and small-cap ETF IWM.

Please note the following:

• Apple carries a very heavy weighting in indices and, therefore, disproportionately affects the markets.

• Apple’s stock was down on the news that a Chinese court had granted an injunction against Apple selling its products in China in favor of Qualcomm QCOM.

• Apple uses Qualcomm technology. There is a dispute between the two companies, and Apple has been withholding royalties.

• Apple claims that injunction is against products using iOS 11. The current operating system is iOS 12.

• Apple continues to sell its products in China.

• Qualcomm seems to claim that the relevant features are in iOS 12, and selling Apple products is a violation of the injunction, but there is no clarity.

• Apple’s stock was down on the news. As Apple’s stock started bouncing off the lows, as shown on the intraday chart, there was a discussion on TV about a doji forming. A doji is a technical pattern in which the open and close are virtually equal.

• The momo (momentum) crowd money flows temporarily turned extremely positive from negative just prior to the doji mentioned on TV.

• To learn about money flows, please see “Here’s the most recent update on money flows in Nvidia, Apple and Amazon.” Money flows give you an edge.

• As positive commentary on the technicals of Apple’s stock continued on the TV, the stock took off.

• Along with Apple’s stock, the Nasdaq 100 ETF took off because Apple has a heavy weighting in that ETF.

• As the Nasdaq 100 ETF rallied, popular tech stock stocks such as Amazon AMZN, Facebook FB, Netflix NFLX  and AMD AMD  started moving higher.

Read more  at MarketWatch.


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