Apple Inc. and the Happiest Moment

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  • Apple Inc., USA
  • Feb 12, 2015 
  • CMP: $125
  • Global #1 Cap – Mkt Cap $ 727 billion 

Dear Investor, Almost 2 years ago, I wrote an investment note on Apple Inc. Here it is.

There’s nothing wrong with Apple Inc.

The key message was that Apple is innovative, cash rich, will reward shareholders, and even after Steve Jobs, it will do well.

Today, we have just seen the Q4/2014 results from Apple, and its been a record quarter.

See Article.

The launches of iPhone 6 and 6 plus were very successful. Apple Pay and Apple Watch are the new products that have good potential. And every analyst who tracks Apple is now positive about the stock and rates it a BUY.

So lets see. In about 2 years, the share has appreciated from $63.7 (my call was at $446, and then there was a 7 for 1 stock split) to $124.9, a gain of 96%. And now every analyst calls it a Buy?

It is at such moments that an equity analyst feels the happiest. The day when after a very good appreciation in a recommended stock, it gets rediscovered and rated highly by the community.

Cheers to such moments.

The most profitable moment is still to come.

Regards,

Punit Jain. Founder, JainMatrix Investments

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