Apple: The King Is Back In The Race To $4 Trillion


  • Apple Inc.’s market cap reaches $3 trillion, competing with Microsoft and NVIDIA for the next milestone of $4 trillion.
  • Apple’s WWDC24 conference highlighted the potential for a multi-year hardware upgrade cycle and growth in Services revenue.
  • Despite risks such as inflation and competition, Apple’s strong financials, dividend growth, and buyback program make it a good long-term investment.

Apple Store at 5th Ave in Manhattan, New York City


The king is back in the race, as shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) have broken through the $3 trillion market cap level once again. It’s a 3-way race to see which company will reach the next milestone of $4

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