FORTUNE -- Is it time to visit, once again, our favorite Jason Schwarz's quote?
"If you can keep a good stock down then you are able to load up for the ride back up. It's like a slingshot -- the harder you pull, the more propulsion you generate." -- Apple: Seven reasons shorts love it
Perhaps not. We've been wrong before. See our slingshot post from Dec. 6, 2012, when the stock plummeted $37.06 (6.4%) -- its worst one-day drop in four years -- and bounded right back before the close of trading.
What we couldn't know eight months ago was that Apple's share price would fall all the way to $385.10 before it began a recovery that was -- as the chart above shows -- anything but steady.
Former CEO's book tells the story of one of the most aggressive lawsuits in corporate history -- to a point.
By Roger Parloff, senior editor
FORTUNE -- From 2004 to 2009, Advanced Micro Devices, the perpetual underdog semiconductor manufacturer, launched worldwide antitrust litigation against its much admired, much feared, near monopolist competitor, Intel. In submissions to competition authorities and courts, AMD charged that Intel was breaking the law to preserve its dominant MOREMay 2, 2013 11:25 AM ET
Two theories for Apple's fall, neither of which has to do with fear, uncertainty or doubt
FORTUNE -- Apple's (AAPL) share price briefly touched $505.75 in Thursday's trading -- $200 (28.3%) off its mid-September high.
We needn't spell out here all the reasons that have been put forward over the past two months for why the stock was due for a fall. There's a whole literature of Apple FUD (fear, uncertainty and MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 17, 2012 11:37 AM ET
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