The Apple Company is Worth $300 Billion
If you're dreaming of buying Apple Company and be the next Steve Jobs you might at least want to know the worth of the company. As of the moment, the company is worth $300 billion. Bigger and better.
Apple has now surpassed the $300 billion in market capitalization. This Monday at exactly 12:10 PM the price of Apple Inc. shares has grown into more than seven points to 329.75, giving the company an approximate market capitalization of $302.47 billion.
Apple has just reported that they are successful in the year 2010. With the help of the iPhone 4 and the iPad. Apple sold 3.89 million MACs, 14.1 million iPhones, 9.05 million iPods and 4.19 million iPads in the fourth quarter alone.
Eight months ago, Apple was just worth $223 billion. In just a short time, it became the world’s most valuable tech company ahead of its nemesis Microsoft. In October its value raised to $300. Apple is now six times the value of Facebook and the company has increased its value into $50 billion in just a span of six months.
Apple is now the world’s second most valuable company, bested only by Exxon Mobil Corporation’s $376 billion market capitalization. Here’s the graph exhibiting the growth of Apple.View Article Source »