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from http://techcrunch.com 1735 days ago

The good times can’t last forever. Eventually the music dies off, the balloons pop and everyone goes home.

Without sounding the hyperbole alarm, let’s look at the facts. Apple’s stock price has declined steadily since September 19, two days before the iPhone 5 was released. Shares are off 25 percent since September. The stock price closed at a six-month low today. The price is still up 30 percent on the year but far from its 74 percent increase a few months back.

Analysts are still bullish on Apple. Per Yahoo Finance, more analysts list AAPL with a buy recommendation this month as they did last month or even three months ago. But the stock’s price is expensive. In order for a stock price to increase, it requires new investors, something that Apple is seemingly losing.

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