In case you missed it, Jim Cramer is hosting a competition with his team of analysts at Action Alerts Plus to see which firm downgraded Apple (AAPL) first. 

@jimcramer is hosting a competition with @AnthonyBonsigno @jeffmarks_@BenStoto@ZevFima and @KevinCurranRM to see who downgrades $AAPL next. Don't forget to check out @CramerClub's call at 11:30 AM ET. pic.twitter.com/4ozGyQTPTH

— Katherine Ross (@KatherineRooss) November 14, 2018

And the winner was officially announced on Tuesday, Dec. 4 after HSBC downgraded Apple AAPL to hold from buy. 

It also slashed its price target to $200 from $205.

The downgrade came after Apple supplier Cirrus Logic slashed its third-quarter revenue estimates. 

The company cited "recent weakness in the smartphone market" as the reason for the price target cut. 

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