In the following video, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discuss the price fluctuations for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL). It seems lately that as Apple moves higher, Google trends lower, and this isn't the first time we've seen that happen. Last September, Apple hit a high just above $700 per share before heading down. As it reached a low of around $390, Google was on its way up from $650 to over $900. Many analysts were calling this phenomenon the "great migration," as they thought investors were selling Apple and buying Google. If so, it may be happening again. Google is off its highs just as Apple is off its lows.

So what should investors do? Check out the video to find out.

Fool contributor Matt Thalman owns shares of Apple and Google. Follow Matt on Twitter: @mthalman5513

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