Apple Will Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company
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Investing luminary David Einhorn recently joked that there doesn't seem to be a prohibition by Nasdaq against Apple becoming a $1 trillion stock. That led David and John to consider if indeed Apple would become the first company to reach a trillion. It certainly looks that way from their perspective. Apple has both the devices and the content to drive it in that direction. While ExxonMobil might be another good bet, John and David believe it will be Apple. And that's why they bought the stock for their 10-Bagger portfolio.
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