Apple shares set new 52-week high to close at $28.32

Shares of Apple Computer (AAPL) closed up $0.82, or 2.98%, at $28.32 in NASDAQ trading today on 6,723,335 share volume to set a new 52-week high. AAPL’s previous 52-week high was $28.14 set on Wednesday, March 10, 2004.

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8 Comments

  1. And more importantly, it’s up over 120% from its 52-week low. Whereas, our friends in Redmond are only 10% up from their 52-week low.

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  2. Jack A:

    Could well be true, also there are rumours stating that one of the reasons why new models are being delayed is that first shipments of things like G5 xServe and new Power Macs are reserved for Federal government, the former for a nuclear testing simulation cluster larger than VaTech and the former for a Virginia-based security agency, which could mean any of them.

    One of the reasons cited for this potential ultimate ‘switcher’ win: security and viruses

  3. I love Apple as much if not more than most, but the stock is too hot. 120% from it’s 52 week low is sizzling and that means someone is going to get burned. All it takes is one piece of bad news for Wall Street to dump on ya.

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