Apple Inc. (AAPL) doesn't expect to meet its March-quarter revenue guidance due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company noted both its supply from China and the demand within the country has been affected. Outside of China demand has been strong so far this quarter, and in line with expectations. The stock is lower in early Tuesday trading.
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If I'm bearish or short, I am getting very, very nervous about Tuesday's action.
It appears we could be looking at a setup for a failed bounce or the start of a fresh leg higher.
Let's make sense of investing in non-fungible tokens as they meet exchange-traded funds with the recent launch of the Defiance Digital Revolution fund.
It is quite ironic that the one asset that was truly meant to be a diversification tool, ended up being just the same as the rest.