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There's No Stopping Apple!

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On the first trading day of 2001, Apple's stock reached an all-time high as it topped $300 billion in market capitalization.

The company's shares were trading at $329.43, up more than 2 percent.

Considering Apple has a Verizon iPhone and a new iPad in the works, it's gonna be a good year for them. It is estimated that Verizon will ship 9 million iPhones next year.

Wowsa. Keep up the good work!

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8 comments to “There's No Stopping Apple!”

  1. 1

    It's 2011, not 2001. Proofread, seriously.

  2. 2

    2011 dollface! God perez people are so jumpy at you. Janey South, bitch seriously? lol Everyone makes mistakes and i doubt people point them out to you with such attitude.

  3. 3

    Re: AllysonWhite – Everyone does not publish a very public blog which they then terrorize with serious grammatical errors one after another. Must be tough for Perez, though; he doesn't know English, but he doesn't know Spanish either. He just cannot.

  4. 4

    Ah! The financial data for one decade ago is finally available! That's super!

  5. 5

    why go to the website if you don't enjoy it? RELAX

  6. 6

    I've been holding Apple stock since it was $13 a share.

  7. 7

    This story is only a few sentences long — we laugh daily at your inability to get the most simple stories written with facts and proper use of language. You are a moron, Pervez. And you continue to prove it daily

  8. 8

    Re: AllysonWhite – Really? If I was making as much as he is, I'd at least proofread shit before posting it, or hire somebody to do that for me. This shit would not be acceptable on TV news or in the newspaper, and I'm sure he makes more than any reporter on either, so he should be doing a significantly better job at proofreading and fact checking, but he doesn't.