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I couldn't agree more. Institutional shareholding is a perfect example of my favourite "law of human nature". "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely". The ability of fewer people to trade massive shares is what provides the "opportunity" for manipulation to flourish. In my opinion, this latest trend is just another way to "scare" the share price of Apple downward. Mark my words, when the price gets significantly lower, the institutional percentage will grow...
Finally! A shining beacon of understanding amongst the masses of dark misunderstanding.  
It's called 'Predatory Pricing' and it is illegal under anti-trust laws, as it makes markets more vulnerable to a monopoly. One cannot "assume," with any degree of accuracy, anything in most marketplaces. Thus the irrationality of the stock market.
Oh, that's so bad .... but really funny!  (I really don't want to know how you know). 
I don't think so. Thanks to "Mr. Simpson" that nickname will always give "a negative return".     
You seem disappointed that Santa Claus was "discovered" to be phoney. Hint: Most advertising is b.s.  ... always has been, always will be. Think of it like a woman who wears makeup on a date .... but never after "she gets her man".
Apple plays (and wins) the game by counting its money. End of story.
This.
It's just one more example of having "the finest legal system that money can buy". ... and often does. As one of my favourite song states:  When will we ever learn, when will we ever learn.
With lawyers, it's always an" intellectual game".
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