As Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) eclipses the prestigious $500 billion market valuation level it is entering new territory as its own asset class. Apple has become a top choice for those looking to invest in technology stocks, value stocks, growth stocks, and even dividend stocks. “The iEconomy has grown so rapidly that Apple stock has had a difficult time keeping up with the company's actual growth. This is evidenced by the fact that Apple's price to earnings ratio is at historic lows. 2012 is setting up to be the year that Apple makes up for lost ground. Over the past four years we have lived through a relentless stream of market panic attacks caused by the financial crisis situations in the U.S. and in Europe. It appears that the worst is now behind us. This is the perfect time to hold an Apple Investor Summit. We hope to provide the kind of investment research that is normally reserved for the Wall Street elite. This is the opportunity of our generation and investors of all shapes and sizes should benefit” says Schwarz.
As a bonus for Apple enthusiasts, Wozniak and Isaacson have agreed to attend and pay fitting tribute to Steve Jobs. The 2012 Summit is a great opportunity to celebrate the brilliance of a man who the history books will look back upon as the visionary of our time. A generational shift in the way society operates is happening before our eyes, thanks in large part to the contributions of Steve Jobs and Apple. The company that he and Steve Wozniak started in 1976 has evolved into a defining pillar of our culture. A computer in every pocket and a window to the world in every hand are the fruits of their labors. Investing in Apple is one of the most common sense strategies available in today's stock market.
Apple innovation causes a chain reaction throughout the technology sector that creates many unintended consequences. Being the first to figure out who will win and who will lose from the next big thing at Apple has been a profitable investment strategy for those who are in tune with the Apple ecosystem. In addition to Apple, peripheral investment strategies designed to profit from China, cloud computing, social networking, gaming, media, entertainment and more will be discussed by our distinguished group of speakers that includes: Horace Dediu, Jim Goldman, Eric Jackson, Andy Zaky, Philip Elmer-Dewitt, Adam Lashinsky, Blaze Fabry, Travis Lewis, Travis Burris, Robert Reid, Robert Paul Leitao, Daya Baran, Cody Willard and comedian Dan Nainan. This is an event you can't afford to miss.
To reserve a ticket or for more information about the Apple Investor Summit please visit www.appleinvestorsummit.com.