Steve Jobs is doing the dougie in his grave.
Don’t you just love “I’m worth more than your entire soul”? I know I do. Apple is doing big things and becoming the “IT” company over it’s rivals. I know, I’m a total fan boy and I have no problems admitting that. Check out why you should be a loyal “fanboy” too…
On Monday, its surging stock propelled the company’s value to $621 billion, beating the record for market capitalization set by Microsoft in the heady days of the Internet boom.
Apple’s stock has hit new highs recently because of optimism around what is believed to be the impending launch of the iPhone 5, and possibly a smaller, cheaper iPad.
Apple has been the world’s most valuable company since the end of last year. It’s now worth 53% more than No. 2 Exxon Mobil Corp.
The comparison to Microsoft does not take inflation into account. In inflation-adjusted dollars, the software giant was worth about $850 billion on Dec. 30, 1999. Microsoft is now worth $257 billion.
621 billion?! With that kind of money, you can own the entire human race. Hmm, I think they already have. Wait until the iPhone 5 comes out in September. I predict an easy 700 super stacks for the win.