DeMark's 13 exhaustion selling was a clear indication the selling was done in AAPL, but that was before AAPL reported low guidance and spooked everyone comined with doing nothing to defend the shares, at least yet, with the massive excess liquidity.
Now the shares are trudging of very low volume -- exhausted selling -- toward another key day count. The shares are due for a bounce, hard, and a tempered DeMark came on TV today to call it out again. A key difference from Dec 14th? No low guidance coming next week -- more like news on the $4.5B Turkish iPad deal.
We're all for something on using capital to support the stock, too... and maybe the Company os ready to show us why Gore has only praise for Cook's leadership (China Mobile timing/product answers any day now).