The subheading reads;
"Apple's share price has dropped below the $500 threshold for the first time since February, fuelled by fears that the world’s biggest company is starting to lose its shine."
This sounds bad - perhaps a clear technical support has been broken? The stock falling is fuelled by fears! ooooh! But wait the facts lie below;
"Analysts warned Apple could be losing momentum as it briefly slipped as low as $497 in pre-market trading. It returned to $508.92 before the markets opened and closed at $518.83."
It is pretty obvious that any darling momentum stock that consistently beats earnings will one day dissapoint. But never fear because Katherine Rushton is there to stick the knife in a twist the actual facts to support her bearish conclusion. Misrepresenting opinion for fact. Who would have thought it?