Forecasts for Apple, Nasdaq and FTSE 100

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    The iPhone firm and the Nasdaq are both at a critical juncture, says technical analyst John Burford. Will it be a rally or a reversal of fortune? He also considers the direction of the FTSE 100.
    John Burford is the author of the definitive text on his trading method, Tramline Trading. He is also a freelance contributor and not a direct employee of interactive investor.
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