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Can Apple Reach $1 Trillion Market Cap on Watch Sales?

1 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

With the arrival of the Apple Watch, Michael is asking one huge question: Will it make Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) the world’s first $1 trillion company?

The Apple Watch has no shortage of appeal. It’s yet another addition to Apple’s product “ecosystem” – which no other tech titan has yet to match, despite years of trying. The new smart watch also boasts an impressive battery life expected to last 18 hours.

Michael thinks the watch could see $4 billion to $6 billion in first-year sales alone. That figure’s accuracy could make or break Apple’s growth targets.

With these estimates in hand, Michael appeared on Fox Business Tuesday. And while there, he not only predicted where Apple stock will be by Labor Day 2016 but also discussed the possibility of a market sell-off.

Find out now if the Apple Watch will take the company to historic highs:

 



One Response to Can Apple Reach $1 Trillion Market Cap on Watch Sales?

  1. RUSS SMITH says:

    Hi!, Patrons Of Strategic Tech. Investor Et. Al.:

    Making money is a some gotta win and some gotta loose proposition game. Whether the Apple Watch line can be a successful money making game or not depends upon how their sales in Asia go, from my point of view as the Asian demand perspective towards gold is light years ahead of that of the West. The Wests’ perception of gold as a precious metal has been diluted for many decades; while the Asian perception speaks volumes in regards to their long standing perception towards gold and silver as preservers of wealth in a paper money world environment gone viral. Paper money has a history of going to zero value/purchasing power; while gold and silver can NEVER reach zero value/purchasing power and Asians’ for the most part respect that perspective; while the perspective of the WEST is an all together different outlook, because Western governments have programmed their citizens that gold is a barbaric relic from the past; although a very expensive relic at that shouldn’t we agree reader? The barbarous relic, gold, seems to have found ways to become far more expensive over the decades than its’ former fixed price of $35. Not bad for a barbarous relic from the past; compared to the around 97% decline in purchasing power exhibited by the US $ over the same period of time. Perhaps this is indicative that the US $ will become, like its’ prototype, The Continental $, worthless in both domestic and international trade and, should that actually happen sometime in the not too distant future, we won’t be buying fuel or groceries etc. with the present US $ as it turns itself into a barbaric relic from OUR past? If Asia sees this trend better than the Western World, then perhaps by buying the gold Apple Watches, they will maintain more wealth within their culture than can the West whose consciousness are grown to become more gold adverse, in an attempt to keep up the appearance that gold is a barbarous relic of the Wests’ past? As this trend further develops then it appears we shall know the outcome from the beginning of this post that some gotta win and some gotta loose?

    RUSS S, CA. (One Of Our Broke, Fiat Money Corrupt States)

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