How Do Apple and Tesla Look After Their Stock Splits?


    There has been a lot of attention on the stock splits of Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Tesla Inc. (TSLA)  , which became effective today. Apple announced July 30 it would split its stock 4-for-1, while Tesla said Aug. 11 that its stock would be split 5-for-1.

    However, from my perspective as a technical analyst I want to focus on the look of the charts and the intersection of the indicators. 

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    Splits by AAPL and TSLA and the Dow’s rebalancing lead to little change in the market action.

    With the $6 billion Japanese deal, Buffett, now 90, hasn’t stayed away from venturing outside of America.

    As Coca-Cola is set to knock through $50 this week, here’s a trade in the soft-drink giant.

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