Today Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss Apple's (NAS: AAPL) incredible run to become the largest U.S. company ever. It has surpassed the high-water mark set by Microsoft (NAS: MSFT) during the tech bubble and has done so with a far more conservative multiple. It's natural to wonder whether Apple will be able to maintain this torrid pace, but with its large cash balance and a strong fundamental business model, both Andrew and Austin expect that Apple's run is far from over.
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