It’s a pretty great time to be alive and investing, all things considered.
Shares of Apple closed up 1.9% at a new record high of $122.02 on Tuesday, pushing the iPhone maker’s market capitalization above $700 billion for the first time. As of Tuesday’s close, the Cupertino-based company was valued at $710.8 billion, making Apple the first U.S. company to surpass the $700 billion mark.
It’s okay to be concerned about what may go wrong, so long as we’re not doing so at the expense of enjoying all that goes right every day. I probably said this better here: Optimism as a Default Setting
Have a great night, guys.