that's one way to spin it. Except it was apparently the 100% margin hike on AAPL holdings that precipitated the fall. In other words, the drop was on the sale of shares purchased with leverage, i.e. capital the shareholders borrowed, so no guarantee of redeployment. Also, if shareholder wanted to keep holdings, they will need to generate cash. Who's to say they won't be selling AMZN etc. to keep AAPL holdings.
AAPL retraced 50% of its bounce.
Same thing happened a year ago.
High volume indicates a reversal is near.
The bad news is that AAPL will not meet earnings expectations ($22 next quarter).
The good news is that earnings will continue to rise as 2 year iPhone contracts come up for renewal.
There's a revolution going on in video streaming,
although its not clear how AAPL will exploit it.