Apple’s stock is soaring, but the company’s future is still unclear

By Nick StattSource ABC News | September 23, 2018 12:31:25Apple shares have risen as much as 17% since September 11, and they now have more than $150 billion in market capitalization, making it one of the most valuable stocks in the world.

The stock market has rallied as Apple has become a symbol of the American economy after a long time of stagnation.

Apple is a company that relies on technology and has built an amazing product line, but it has also struggled to find ways to sell that to consumers.

It has struggled to compete with Google, which has become the dominant tech company in the United States.

Apple has also had a hard time attracting and retaining talented engineers, because of the competitive nature of the technology market and the lack of a strong computer chip maker.

In recent years, Apple has focused on selling its hardware and software, with a focus on products that appeal to the iPhone and iPad.

But the company has struggled with its core businesses, with its business of manufacturing iPhones, iPads, Mac computers and software struggling to maintain the same level of profits that it once enjoyed.

“Apple is still in a state of flux.

They’ve been in a market crash, but they haven’t been able to recover and are still struggling to make it through the recession,” said Robert Wiebe, a professor of finance at the University of California, Berkeley.

“But they have a great stock.”

Apple has lost $1 trillion in market value since 2001, according to Bloomberg.

And the company will need to raise more than that money to make up for its lost sales.

Apple’s market cap is currently $7.5 trillion, according a recent estimate from TheStreet Ratings.

But it is expected to grow to $8.4 trillion by 2021.