Apple shares hit new all-time closing high – again

Apple StoreShares of Apple Inc. [AAPL] gained $1.82, or 1.73%, to set a new all-time closing high of $106.88 per share on volume of 25,624,961.

Apple’s previous 52-Week and All-Time High was $105.15 set during trading yesterday. AAPL closed at $105.06 yesterday.

Apple’s 52 Week Low stands at $50.16, set on July 14, 2006.

AAPL quote via NASDAQ here.

30 Comments

  1. To quote McDonalds… “I’m Lovin’ This”

    Apple shares are up 26% for the year (so far). And all the good news is ahead of us. There is some speculation that at tomorrow’s share holder meeting that Apple might announce a stock split. It sounds possible. Information on the iPhone shows it to be better than originally anticipated and Leopard will be showing off it’s secret features next month.

  2. Market Cap. Summary (in billions $)

    Gateway: 0.7
    Motorola: 42.8
    Sony: 55.7
    Dell: 58.1
    Disney: 74.0
    Apple: 92.4
    Nokia: 98.5
    HP: 120.3
    Intel: 130.6
    Cisco: 160.1
    AT&T: 243.4
    MSFT: 294.5

    This is why Leopard could wait 4 months – moving from the little numbers to the big numbers will not happen because iChat can share a document – it WILL happen when they sell 50 million phones a year – and they WILL sell 50 million phones a year – count on it

  3. OK, so the reality is dawning…finally.

    Microsoft has no clothes, phone makers bluff is called, ..and Apple is set to catch fire when the afterburners get lit…any minute now.

    Go Apple!

  4. Does AAPL really think it can attract significantly more investors by splitting now? Isn’t it a little premature to expect that? I’m just wondering. If AAPL does split now I think it’ll take a little time to catch up, but if it attracts a lot more investors in the short term who knows.

    @Tom
    I think you’re just about dead-on with the iPhone comment. I was the biggest iPhone sceptic just before it was officially announced, but when I saw that it really wasn’t yet another phone, but really a PDA with phone (something all “smart” phones aspire to be), I was positive it was going to smoke the competition, and I still am.

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