Apollo Education CFO sells 50,500 shares

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Bobby Raines 01/14/2014

Brian Swartz, the vice president and CFO of Apollo Education Group ( APOL ) , sold 50,500 shares of the company's common stock on Jan. 10. At $30.49 per share, Swartz pulled in a total of $1,539,836.

IK-> The technicals for APOL ($31.18 up $0.66) are bullish with a neutral trend. Recent support has been around $30.02 and recent resistance has been around $31.36. Standard & Poor's has a two STARs (out of five) rating on the stock. Look at the Feb. 34/37 bear-call spread for a 22-cent credit. That's a 7.91% return and the stock has to rise 9.0% to cause a problem.  [InvestorsKeyhole, Various news and data services]

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