Apple's stock continues to perform well.

Apple's (AAPL - Get Report) road to a $2 trillion valuation has officially kicked into gear. 

The tech giant's stock spiked to a record high on Wednesday following much stronger than expected quarterly earnings. Apple hit all the right notes for the bulls: services sales were strong; revenue guidance was upbeat; and the company continued to prove that releasing a $1,000 iPhone wasn't such a silly move.

"Merriam-Webster defines the word juggernaut as "a massive inexorable force, campaign, movement, or object that crushes whatever is in its path," and to be honest, we can't think of anything better to describe Apple," said Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS research team after earnings

TheStreet wants to hear from YOU today on Apple. Bullish? Tell us why. Hate Apple's stock? Tell us why. We tee you up on the latest edition of 'Morning Jolt' below. Watch it, then fire off some tweets @TheStreet @BrianSozzi.

Who cares about Apple $1 Trillion? @BrianSozzi is already talking the race to $2 Trillion #MorningJolt: https://t.co/ZBbrfMliqO pic.twitter.com/PS2rjYddAP

— TheStreet (@TheStreet) August 1, 2018

Here's what else Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS member club is saying about Apple after earnings