Apple's Shares Have 'Crushed' Samsung's Over the Last Decade [Chart]

Posted March 16, 2013 at 4:01pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6072 views

Apple's shares have far outperformed Samsung's over the past decade, according to a report from Bespoke Investment Group and relayed by Barrons.

Apple’s shares are up 5,749% since 2003, Samsung’s, up 373%. Apple has outperformed Samsung since 2009, that is, the current bull market, by 421% to 195%. The last year, however, Samsung is up 22% versus a 27% decline for Apple.

"Samsung’s stock doesn’t trade on US exchanges as an ADR [American Depository Receipt], so hardly anyone here even looks at the stock," writes Bespoke.

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zeppy - March 18, 2013 at 7:21am
"Samsung is up 22% versus a 27% decline for Apple." Apple will repeat history and fall further and further behind the competition just like in the 1990's. RIP Steve Jobs. So Long Apple. Used to love you but Apple, you have resumed your stupid and greedy ways once again. It was fun for a while but the party is over. Good Luck Apple, you will need it. If you are serious about making a comeback, fire Tim Crook and stop the lawsuits and the MBS stupid greedy decisions and the exploitation of so many workers and customers.
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