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Apple shares rose to a record
The cost of Apple’s stock trades on Friday reached a record $ 113.7, up for a day at 0.8%. This is the highest level that reaches securities Californian giant. The previous record value of shares of Apple have set September 19, 2012 – $ 702.1 ($ 100.3 or considering conducted in June stock split 7: 1).
Apple shares reached a record for several reasons. In recent years, the fourth quarter was the traditional period of the rise of the company, since it is on the last three calendar months accounted start selling new products. The success of the iPhone maker is reflected in the price of securities.
On Friday, Apple capitalization exceeded $ 660 billion. To date, the largest value of the cost of the corporation was recorded in 2012, when Apple was estimated at $ 658 billion. For comparison, Microsoft is currently estimated at $ 402 billion, Google – $ 375 billion, at Amazon – at $ 144 billion.
“If you have Apple and you decide to sell it, then you have enough money to buy the entire stock market and the Russian Federation and will surrender to buy all Russians on the iPhone 6” – said Bloomberg TV presenter Mark Barton.
In September 2012, Apple rose in price due to the expectation of market entry of the new iPhone 5. After reaching a record company for a few months fell by a third. Then the stock market experts have lost faith in Apple, believing that nothing is more successful the company will not, especially without founder Steve Jobs. Now investors have a positive attitude in relation to the vendor, helped by strong demand for the new iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus, as well as the upcoming start of sales of Apple Watch.
In April, Apple will provide investors with an additional six shares for each, so that the value of shares fell by 7 times. But new small investors is much more convenient to buy shares worth $ 90- $ 100, not $ 600- $ 700.
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