Yesterday Apple registered their "black" day of the last four years in the U.S. stock market

On December 6, 2012

Yesterday Apple stock value fell by over 6%, the highest depreciation recorded by the company in the last four years. Over 30 billion dollars disappeared from the market capitalization value, 37 million shares were exchanged for stock and finally nobody knows for sure what caused this decline. Whether it’s the alleged case of iPhone 5S, be it a possible failure of negotiations to reduce U.S. tax purposes, be it on Android tablets that steal market share from the iPad, the end result is the same.

In recent months Apple shares were seriously devalued and continue to do so, that despite iPads are selling very well, Macs are in great demand, and Apple has no other problems at the moment. Given that a broker was arrested and is accused in a case in which he tried to fraudulently buy Apple shares worth $1 billion, it is possible that other similar actions take place consistently and Apple stock price fluctuations have on as justification desire to destabilize the company. It’s weird how the shares are so low when iPhone is getting so much sales.