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Apple Worth $1 Trillon

by Mahesh Chand on Feb 13, 2012

Apple is close to touching $500 Billion market cap and that may raise company valuation to $1 Trillion.
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When I wrote column, Apple worth $500 Billion, I wasn't joking. In a recent run of 20%, Apple stock has reached 52 high again close to $503. Apple stock is 52 weeks high trading at $503 a share and that put company well over $480 billion market cap mark.

What does that mean in terms of valuation? That may easily put company over $1 Trillion valuation. 

Some may say OK Facebook is worth $100 Billion but really? You compare two companies. Apple has a long history of showing growth and productivity. When they both grow together, it gives a company stability. Apple is one of the companies that keep getting better and better no matter where the economy is going. With the products like iPhone and iPad, Apple has created a new revolutionary smart devices era.  Yesterday, Apple crushed analysts' estimates on both revenue and profit. Now when iPad 3 and iPhone 5 comes, that may easily make Apple even more attractive. 


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