Although it might seem "outrageous," Apple shares could open up next week, Market Studies CEO Tom DeMark said Friday on CNBC.
"If you look at Apple's entire decline, the most number of consecutive down days has been three," he said on "Fast Money."
Apple's share price declined three days in a row on Dec. 14, after which it climbed, and again on Dec. 21, followed by the stock trading sideways.
On Friday, Apple stock posted three consecutive days of losses, which DeMark noted were within "a very narrow trading range."
"That typically is indicative of a market turn," he said.
"It would not be outrageous to expect a gap up on Monday," he said. "We could turn to the upside on Monday and produce an island reversal."
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DeMark pointed out that other things were happening in the market, as well.
"The bond market produced a 'buy' signal two days ago," he said, adding that the Shanghai index was about to indicate a "sell" signal.
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