Feb 08, 2016 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 95.01 (+0.99, +1.05%) | NASDAQ: 4283.75 (-79.39, -1.82%)
“Michael Saylor, CEO and founder of Microstrategy and author of The Mobile Wave
, sits down with Motley Fool technology analyst Eric Bleeker to discuss tech, business, and social trends as they relate to investors today,” Eric Bleeker writes for The Motley Fool. “Understanding paradigm shifts like those discussed here are a cornerstone of Motley Fool superinvestor David Gardner’s own investing strategy and are critical to his market-thrashing returns.”
Bleeker reports, “Saylor [said], ‘Look, Apple Computer was worth $3 billion 12 years ago, and then it went to $600 billion. If you ask me, Apple Computer is going to $2,000 a share. I’d be very, very long on that company. Whoever is selling that stock must be a moron.'”
Transcript in the full article here.