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Economy Pushes Apple Stock Below Ten Dollars


New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2015 -- Investors now have the opportunity to purchase Apple Stock at record low prices because of the economic downturn in the U.S.

"There are so many options for investors to look at today," Says Jonathan Sidy, Investment Advisor. "However, I am telling every person I know to purchase Apple Stock. In this volatile economy, it is the only stock that will always keep a smile on your face."

The decreasing price of oil mixed with the crippling economy in China has begun causing the U.S. stock market to feel the aftershocks. Now, with Canada officially going into a recession and the upcoming September period known as "Shemitah," investors are beginning to look at their options. As a result, more people are looking at Apple Stock as an alternative to traditional choices.

Sidy says, "Many companies may fold up. Many companies may disappoint investors. I am sure people will lose money. However, at the end of the day, those that invest in Apple Stock will not be sorry. It will never leave you, forsake you, or cause you to be bankrupt like a penny stock or even the occasional blue chip like Enron."

Apple Stock cannot be found on the on the Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, or OTC Bulletin Board exchange. This is the case because it is actually the woodcuttings from an Apple tree. Certified Apple Stock comes in a 6-inch long by 1.5-inch wide, white tube with the Apple Stock sticker centered on the outside. Included inside are one to three pieces of certified apple stock (determined by thickness, size and variety) and an 8.5 x 5.5-inch certificate of authenticity. Additionally, the tube arrives sealed on both ends so that it may be given as a gift.

"The best part about Apple Stock is that it now goes for eight dollars and ninety five cents. It is the best deal on the market and you don't have to pay an investment advisor a percentage to get it," Says Sidy.

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