We have some early data to give you.
It shows how Apple’s stock price might look if it’s a done sale.
We’ll start with how it compares to other companies, and then move on to how it might change if it closes today.
As we mentioned earlier, Apple shares have been a top performer in 2017.
The stock has risen by more than 20% since its low of $116.35 on July 31.
Apple has also had a pretty good year.
The company has posted record revenue growth, and its stock has been able to beat its peers in a wide variety of industries.
But even in the technology space, Apple’s share price is on the rise.
We don’t expect Apple’s shares to decline dramatically, but they may start to dip as its IPO date nears.
A lot of the company’s growth is due to its growth in the enterprise.
Apple’s enterprise revenue has more than doubled from $1.25 billion in 2017 to $3.6 billion in 2018.
The number of Apple employees is growing at an even faster rate than the number of iPhones and iPads.
The rise in employee numbers is partially due to a combination of factors.
Apple has become increasingly popular in the high-tech sector, and it has also been able a lot of its devices, including the Apple Watch and its Siri voice-controlled assistant, make a lot more money.
But it’s also due to Apple’s own success.
Since 2011, Apple has seen its share price grow about 4,000%.
In fact, its stock is up more than 100% since that time.
The more people use the company, the more it grows in value.
The problem is, Apple is still not profitable.
It’s currently worth $200 billion, according to FactSet.
The market value of Apple’s common stock is $854 billion, but it’s worth $1 trillion, according the S&P 500.
Apple could be worth more than $1,000 per share, but that would put it on the edge of recession.
If Apple closes today, its shares could fall by as much as 15% as investors see the stock price decline due to the IPO.
But it might be able to rebound somewhat.
There are a lot fewer people buying Apple stock, so the company may be able pull out some of its losses and use them to offset the higher IPO price.
The stock price could also rebound after the company shuts down.
We’ve seen plenty of other tech companies do so, and Apple could also be the catalyst for the stock to rise again.
That’s what’s happening right now with Apple.
Investors are pricing in the stock’s low.
If Apple is a seller, it might sell off a lot and end up with a higher price.
If the stock is a buyer, the price could rise and the stock could end up as a buyer again.
The bottom line is that investors are pricing into a low stock price and are buying the stock in a huge way.
Apple stock is still up more or less every day, but its share prices have risen substantially over the past year.
It is possible that a stock that is already a seller could sell off and end the year up higher.