Apple Computer shares crack $90, hit new all-time high for third straight day

Shares of Apple Computer, Inc. (AAPL) hit another new all-time high today, closing at $90.31, up $1.71 or 1.93%, on volume of 23,831,895 shares.

With 852,988,000 shares outstanding, Apple’s market value currently stands at $77,033,346,280.

On Monday, Apple shares closed at an all-time high of $86.47. Yesterday, Apple shares also closed at an all-time high of $88.60.

Apple’s 52-week low was $50.16, set on July 14, 2006.

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68 Comments

  1. I bought 3 blocks of AAPL at a split adjusted average of just under $6/share. And I bought a lot for a working engineer raising a family. Now, in early retirement, the investment is paying off big time. And we still have some heady growth years ahead of us. We are watching Apple in the early phases of its conquest of the leadership position of the consumer electronics industry.

    MW: can
    AAPL can do it!

  2. Rog the Dodge,

    A great site for AAPL discussions — and a great bunch of guys to boot are at:

    http://www.macobserver.com/forums/viewforum.php?forum=7&6

    I lurk there. These guys do a lot of short term — options — trading, which I do not do. I stick with long term AAPL investment with no leverage.

    I gain from the discussions, because I find stories of business fundamentals that concern Apple, its competitors, suppliers and customers. I visit the site several times a day.

    MW: friend
    I consider the posters on the above web site to my friends.

  3. I bought my first shares of Apple stock back in the dark days, just before Gil Amelio became CEO. When Steve Jobs rejoined the company, I bought more. ‘Just hate that I sold some when it hit $40 several years ago, but thankfully, it split and is worth more now.

  4. Zach tell me what George W. Bush did in 6 YEARS???? besides
    kill 3,000 troops?
    any comments on Bush’s largest ever Federal deficit?
    any comments on Bush’s largest ever Trade deficit?

    oh and BTW During the administration of President Bill Clinton, The US enjoyed more peace and economic prosperity then at any other time in the nations history. funny isn’t it He also turned the GREATEST FISCAL deficit in American history into a SURPLUS. Gave that to the Republicans where are we now Zach?? get your facts boy before you post.

    MDN MW/march as in march to peace.

  5. Silver Surfer

    a little free with the facts there, aren’t you?

    deficits ae to be measured against GDP, not just amounts, even adjusted for inflation.

    there was never a surplus under Clinton. The deficit was lowered, but the numbers on the paper took some liberties to reach that figure.

    be mindful of those riptides the media throws at you.

    Zach, get a grip (no,not on THAT) you’re not helping, unless you are a stooge.

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