Shares in Apple broke through $200 on Wednesday.
A stock price of $203.45 would make it the world’s first trillion dollar company.
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The company has been buying back shares… those don’t get included in the market cap anymore…— Paul Theron, Vestact
Solid numbers… excellent iPhone sales…— Paul Theron, Vestact
Apple is now the third largest producer of phones… they got overtaken by Huawei…— Paul Theron, Vestact
You’re talking to a committed Apple fanboy…— Paul Theron, Vestact
The price-to-earnings ratio is low… it’ remains very cheap…— Paul Theron, Vestact
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