Apple just broke another dazzling record
Overnight, Apple became the first company achieve a market capitalisation of US$800 billion (or a staggering AU$1.08 TRILLION dollars).
Oh, and plenty of analysts still have the company rated as BUY.
Since launching the original iPhone in January 2007, the company’s share price has increased by 1250%. If that doesn’t break your heart, this will: the share price has risen by 60% since last April.
It should have been easy money, huh?
The company is still tipped to top US$1 trillion (AU$1.35 trillion) before the year is out – mostly off the back of the 10th anniversary of iPhone.
'iPhone 8' render via MacRumors
A few Apple stocks in your portfolio might be worth a punt for the next 12 months. Another 20% lift in share value could pay for a tidy little holiday over Christmas.
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