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It could just as easily have been stop loss orders kicking in, thanks to huge numbers of inexperienced private investors who are in both these stocks. AAPL fell off a cliff as soon as it was down $5 off its highs of the day, with volume jumping when it was down $10, which sounds like stop loss orders placed by people who don't understand that as a stock's price grows, the percentage represented by a one point move shrinks.

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