Will Apple be worth $ 1 trillion in near future

Will Apple be worth $ 1 trillion in the near future?

Apple –
the most expensive company in the world. AND
No one even comes close to it.
It costs more than $ 670 billion. Stay
second and think about how
it is generally a good thing or not.

Apple has
market value to $ 260 billion more
than its main competitor, Microsoft and stands
more expensive than Google more
than $ 300 billion.

market capitalization
Apple’s is at $ 185 billion
more than the total market value
All 20 companies in the Dow Jones Transportation Average
(An index that includes a well
known blue chips such as
FedEx, UPS, Union Pacific, Delta). So how much higher
It may be the stock capital of the company
Apple? Maybe someday it will cost
more than $ 1 trillion?

legendary investor
Karl Ikan, who owns a stake in
Apple’s company, believes that the company’s share
It can cost up to $ 203. This is almost two times
above the current price. At this level,
Apple Inc. will cost more than
$ 1 trillion – even if the company buys
many shares to raise the price of
its securities. although most
Wall Street analysts are not so optimistic
in respect of the future Apple.

One of the most optimistic
– is Brayan Uayt of Cantor Fitzgerald, he
It involves raising the price to $ 143 per
Apple share. This will allow us to evaluate
cost only about production
at $ 840 billion.

Investors should be
careful if you suddenly come true forecast
and the company will be worth the amount of twelve
zeroes. By itself, the fact remains that if
Apple should be worth $ 1 trillion, it can be
technical feature of bubble, as
in 2000. There were a lot of investors,
who thought that Microsoft or Cisco Systems at
eventually reach the value
$ 1 trillion.

Do not be amiss to say,
that almost 15 years have passed and we are still
We are waiting, when will it happen. Cisco is now
estimated "only" at $ 135 billion,
far below its peak of $ 550
billion in 2000.

Will Apple be worth $ 1 trillion in near future

Maybe, Apple
suffer the same fate as that of Cisco? Colin
Gillis, BGC Partners analyst, believes that the
possible. He wrote in the forecast in the
Last month, Google has more
likely to get up to $ 1 trillion market
value because its business model
with a focus on services and software
software will be profitable. is he
still he thinks so. Gillis notes
Google does not depend on a single product,
as Apple depends on the iPhone, which share
account for 56% of total revenue
Apple in the last quarter. Gillis added
Microsoft is also more realistically achieve
such a high cost. "Apple is
a big company, and it gathers all
profits in the smartphone market", – he said,
he. "But this is a product that, in the final
account with low efficiency. What happens
If Apple does not sell all of its iPhones
It costs due to the big competition?"

But while Apple
on top of success. AND
to be the best is very difficult to ask
from Sony, Dell and Nokia.

Do not forget about China.
It seems inevitable that at least one
company in the world to reach $ 1 trillion market
value ever. And one company
in fact, already I come to this, though
briefly. PetroChina has surpassed this level
in 2007, when its shares began to be traded
in Shanghai. But now its market value
It fell to $ 230 billion.

So maybe next
the company for $ 1 trillion will be just as
China? Alibaba, for example, who asked
heat after its IPO in September. Company
already worth nearly $ 276 billion. The owner of the giant
Internet commerce Jack Ma is clearly making
bet on the continuation of his plan and
one of the key investment trends
over the next few decades
will consumer spending in China,
them something and expects to earn Ma.
If this be so, then Alibaba win
it’s more than Apple, Microsoft, Google, or
any other US company.

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