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."
Thanks to reader Navin Nagrani for the tip.
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