Everyone likes to see stock prices increase, but it can also mean that things are getting a little expensive for their own good. Personal electronics giant Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) needs little introduction, considering it's one of the world's best-known brands. The iPhone maker's size is staggering; its $380 billion annual revenue dwarfs other countries' economies, and its $100 billion in annual free cash flow is more than most companies do in sales.
In the last five years, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares have soared 328%. Here's something investors should think about. Apple is well-known for selling some of the most in-demand hardware products on the planet, like the iPhone, MacBook, and AirPods.
A Roswell man credits his Apple Watch with saving his life, helping him call for assistance when he had a nasty fall while walking his dog in April.