One last quick comparable chart indicating the unique position of Apple in the stock market: with $76.2 billion in Cash, Short and Long-Term Investments, AAPL has more money in the bank than 38.9% of all S&P 500 (ex financials) companies, combined, or 163 companies in total. These are the companies with the least cash, ST and LT investments, starting at the bottom and going up until one gets to a cumulative number just under that of Apple. And here's the kicker. These same 163 companies have a cumulative of $412 billion in debt against their $76.1 billion in cash. Apple's total debt? $0.00.
Apple Has More Cash Than 38.9% Of The Companies In The S&P Combined (And $413 Billion Less Debt)
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