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Apple – a $2 trillion dollar company?

May 23, 2011 5:49 AM ET
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James Altucher is never short of a wacky off-the-wall idea or two. To the extent that one has a book to sell, it seems sensible to create as much publicity as possible. Now, add a great ingredient, Apple, mix it up and simmer for a while.

Altucher’s zesty approach in creating an almost unthinkable proposition, Apple at $2 trillion, is purely a bit of fun. Clearly, Apple has the tenacity, drive and innovation to become the world’s largest company but $2 trillion is a significant deviation from reality. Apple at $2000 dollars a share, unless Bernanke gets his fingers stuck on Print (Ctrl+P) Altucher’s thesis is unlikely to be tested.

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