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Apple's wild ride, set to music

December 29, 2012: 5:32 AM ET

From $700 on Sept. 21 to $520 on Dec. 24, with a lot of sharp bumps along the way

FORTUNE -- I'm here to sing the praises of StockTwit's SirIsaacNewton, whoever he may be.

Not content to teach basic technical analysis since early December to shell-shocked investors on the Twitter-based messaging service, he has posted a 3:49-minute movie, accompanied by soundtrack and Reuters headlines, of the bizarre bear market that lopped $170 billion off Apple's (AAPL) market value between the September 21 launch of the iPhone 5 and Christmas Eve.

He calls it "the only drama we StockTwit fans can truly share and understand."

Can anyone name that tune? SoundHound and Shazam both came up empty.

Thanks to reader Navin Nagrani for the tip.

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Philip Elmer-Dewitt
Philip Elmer-DeWitt
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Philip Elmer-DeWitt has been following Apple since 1982, first for Time Magazine, and now on the Web for

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