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Elon Musk declares war against Apple
Meanwhile, AAPL shares are falling, having failed to gain a foothold above the $150 level.
On his (in every sense) Twitter, Elon said, addressing Tim Cook: “Apple has basically stopped advertising on Twitter. Do they hate free speech in America?”
Elon also accused Apple of censorship, saying Apple is threatening to remove Twitter from the AppStore.
And then he added an exposé tweet: “Did you know Apple puts a secret 30% tax on everything you buy through their App Store?”
It looks like a declaration of war between Elon and Apple.
Meanwhile, AAPL shares are falling, having failed to gain a foothold above the $150 level. But this is not due to Musk’s tweets, but due to problems with factories in China — the spread of Covid threatens the production of iPhones.
The chart shows that the $135 level is an important support for AAPL stock. According to TipRanks, Wall Street’s median opinion is that AAPL’s share price will be $180 a year from now.
Don’t miss a chance to buy AAPL around support line.