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Began the week with a strongish pullback more or less in synch with a broad market pullback, but promptly reversed...outpacing a similar broad market reversal...hitting new 271 intraday record high, for the 3rd such high in 3 consecutive weeks.
In the foregoing process, a bullish ascending pennant appears to have been completed, activating a measured move towards 280ish. In addition, today's opening gap appears to have been a runaway continuation gap, measurable to 277ish..
ValiantNews looks to be a one man Wordpress blog (every story is written by Robert Smith?) likely automating a rehash of content scraped from a GoogleNews RSS feed. They got a bad date in there somehow (not surprising) and "everything old is news again".
I did: justice.gov I found cases about that 2019 time brought by Apple, but could not specifically confirm nor deny what was in that story. Therefore, I posted what I did to this thread as to what is being said. To me, your post and others just voice your opinion with no evidence from other sources that this is "fake news". If you have such evidence, bring it forward so we will all know. I post a lot of stories from one-man blogs (mostly pro-Apple), so that is not critical with me. Also, there are A LOT of blogs that NEVER update their copyrght date, this certainly could be one.
OK, thanx! I can accept your contention of it as "fake news" because the story you presented and the one I found BOTH say the cases were presented on a Tuesday. From my standpoint I can see that the 4 companies augmented their old case with new evidence of anti-trust brought about by the recent findings of such against Qualcomm by recent cases in other countries.
None-the-less, shouldn't I have posted the story anyway, so that stockholders would realize that "fake news" is being said out there?