Win Daniel Ives’ one-year subscription to Apple 3.0 (a $200 value)

Wedbush’s Ives came in first in Q4 2021’s Earning Smackdown and generously offered his prize as the reward for an Apple trivia contest.

I get to choose the question:

Q: When Apple Computer, Inc. went public in 1980, Massachusetts regulators barred brokers in Boston from selling the stock because the offering looked too risky. At least six other states did the same. Name them.

Send your guesses to ped@ped30.com. First nonsubscriber to name all six states gets the prize.

12 Comments

  1. Welcome aboard, Abe! Any who bought Apple in 1980 in states where it was legal and held those shares see 192,200% returns on those original shares.
    I find my 1,726% gains, since January, 2005, delightful. $9.49 basis.

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    January 17, 2022
  2. Miguel Ancira said:
    a 3.0 subscription…soon to be the equivalent of 1 share…

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    January 17, 2022
  3. Michael Goldfeder said:
    “Four winners, actually, coming in within 10 minutes of each other…”

    Apple 3.0 has more “Lurkers” than Android has users! Incredible!!

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    January 17, 2022
  4. Steven Philips said:
    THOSE states thought AAPL too risky?!!!
    Look where they are now vs. Apple!
    (Sorry for semi political comment!)
    (Not really! 🙂 )

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    January 17, 2022

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