1,000 in Apple’s IPO is worth 1.3 million today
If you invested $1,000 in Apple’s IPO in the 1980s, you would have around $1.3 million today. But you would also have had to deal with:
15 sell-offs where the share price fell by 20% or more.
You would also have been involved in five sell-offs where the share price fell by 50%.
You would also have seen two large price drops of 80%. Stockpicking is easy – after the fact. Fortunately, there is the Viking. Our stock market program shows when the stock price goes from a rising trend to a falling trend. Of course, it works the other way around too.
This means that the Viking Share Program can help you with your stock trades, whether you’re a long-term trader, a day trader or a swing trader. We have previously written about how those who followed the share program’s signals could have made
247 times the money in Hennes & Mauritz
Source: eToro and Bloomberg
It must be admitted that it has been a good period to be invested in the stock market. Anyone who owned an index fund tracking the S&P500 during the same period (1980-2022) would have seen their capital increase to USD 1.1 million.
That sum – and the value of the shareholding in Apple – would probably have been greater for those who had access to Viking’s stock market signals.
Remember that Forrest Gump bought three percent of the shares in the ‘fruit company’? His holdings would be worth $90.9 billion in today’s money, not even taking into account possible dividends or share dilution. The investment would have made Forrest Gump the 13th richest person in the world.
About the Viking
With Viking’s signals, you have a good chance of finding the winners and selling in time. There are many securities. With Viking’s autopilots, price data, tables and stock prices, you can sort out the most interesting ETFs, shares, options, warrants, funds, etc.
Click here to see what Vikingen offers: Detailed comparison – Stock market program for those who want to become even richer (vikingen.se)