How does a tech company that has seen the value of its products go up by $10,000 per share go bankrupt?
It happened when Apple CEO Tim Cook took a $50 million severance package in 2010.
That same year, Google CEO Larry Page took a whopping $25 million.
And Microsoft’s Bill Gates took a total of $2.5 billion, according to Forbes.
That is more than Apple’s $8 billion in cash.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the stock is down nearly 60% this year.
And it has fallen by nearly 50% in the last 12 months.
Apple is currently valued at $157 billion, but the company is now valued at about $137 billion.
That’s not even close to Apple’s value in the early days of the tech bubble.
Apple’s stock is up by about 70% in just one year.
The stock is also down by $25 billion since the early 2000s.
But the big tech stocks that are getting hammered right now are also going through the worst financial crises in history.
Wall Street analyst William Shatner says Apple is going to be a bigger loser than Google, Amazon, Microsoft, or Facebook.
He says Google and Amazon are probably going to suffer the biggest losses.
Shatnick says Microsoft has been the biggest loser in recent history.
The company lost $30 billion in the first nine months of this year, and that’s before taxes and expenses.
Shatsner says it will be difficult for Microsoft to recover the money lost from the recent tax-evasion scandal.
Shanks also says Microsoft is probably going the way of IBM, which was acquired by Amazon for $250 billion.
Shaylens claims that Apple’s share price has already been driven down by the company’s recent earnings.
Shaysh will be one of the biggest losers in tech history if Apple goes bankrupt.
Shakesh also thinks that the tech industry is in a bubble.
The WSJ reports that Apple is trading at about 5% below its IPO price.
The price has fallen to $180.00 per share.
The share price was at $205.01 per share just before the IPO.
The market has dropped a bit in the past couple of weeks.
And that’s partly because investors are beginning to realize that Apple isn’t going to survive the next decade of tech bubble busts.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down about 5%.
The S&P 500 is down 2%.
The Nasdaq is down more than 7%.
The NASDAQ is down 10%.
Shayshed says that if Apple starts to go under, there’s a pretty good chance that investors will be forced to sell.
Shamesh says that it will take about five years for Apple to recover from this.
Shayersh also believes that the Apple story is the biggest story of the year.
He believes that Apple has made an enormous mistake by not doing enough to innovate.
He also believes Apple should have been more aggressive in its efforts to help its customers get more apps.
But Shayshat is worried that Apple will go the way for Microsoft and IBM.
He thinks that Apple could have been a bigger winner than Microsoft or IBM.
Shatters says that investors have lost patience with Apple and are worried that they might have to sell out and sell off their shares.
Shshanks has been bullish about Apple’s future for some time now.
Shanshed believes that people are going to come to the realization that Apple should not be in this position.
He even said in a Bloomberg TV interview that Apple “needs to go to hell.”
That’s what Shatsh says.
Shatz says that he believes that investors should buy Apple stock at current prices because Apple has shown that it is able to recover quickly from a financial crisis.
He’s also said that investors are going on record as saying that Apple deserves to be valued at least as highly as Google or Amazon.
He said that Apple doesn’t have to go the bankrupt route.
He doesn’t think that Apple would go bankrupt and take a massive financial hit.
Shasheshed says there is a lot of hype around Apple, and investors are buying into the hype.
But there is also a lot that is not right with Apple.
Shandsh says Apple’s valuation is inflated by the inflated value of the iPhone.
Shitzhe says that Apple made a huge mistake by being so quick to embrace the iPhone and by taking the company to the highest valuations possible.
He adds that Apple also made a mistake by taking on a lot more debt than it should have.
Shishshed also says that the company has been unable to find a buyer for its massive patent portfolio.
Shashshanks worries that Apple may end up being a very large company that makes too many things, but doesn’t innovate enough.
He worries that the iPhone will continue to be an icon in the iPhone universe.
Shtshesh also says Apple should