Will Apple's iPhone launch make or break the stock?

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Apple (AAPL) will unveiled its latest iPhone this morning west coast time. Will the new model determine whether the stock makes a move either up or down? Based on our INK Edge signals, it just might. Right now, the stock has a Mixed INK Edge outlook. CEO Tim Cook's selling last month has helped to cloud the picture.

Tim Cook (red circle on chart) has been selling lately under a trading plan

Although the sales have been made under a pre-determined trading plan, we do not take much comfort from those structures. In our books, a sale is a sale. The key is putting those sales in a context in terms of what has been taking place with the stock over the past year. Given the stock's recent weakness, CEO selling at this point is not a welcome sign. For more on the INK Edge outlook process, watch our 2-minute video here.

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