Apple shares hit new all-time closing high – again

Apple StoreShares of Apple Inc. [AAPL] gained $1.40, or 1.30%, to – for the fifth consective day – set a new all-time closing high of $108.74 per share on volume of 23,230,337.

Apple’s previous 52-Week and All-Time High was $108.84 set during trading yesterday. AAPL closed at $107.34 yesterday.

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

AAPL quote via NASDAQ here.


  1. Profit taking? Sure, that’s the way it works.

    Sell high, reinvest on a temporary low.

    Result: happiness.

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  2. If I may be allowed to gloat.
    I bought it at $15 a share…and I’m not selling any until it gets to $150 a share. Then I’m going to buy the city of Cupertino and rename it Jobsville

  3. “for comparison MSFT is down about 12% from same time (Nov/00 to present)”

    Take a longer term view, Microsoft is up about 30,000% since the mid 80’s

    Apple is only up 3,000%

    No-body’s going to complain about either gain, but clearly Microsoft’s comprehensively beaten Apple as an investment over the long term.

  4. @B
    Very interesting peice of history. I remember the Cube suffering from cracks due to heat and being over priced and not upgradeable. It looked pretty awseome then and still does now. Then the iPod came and changed everything.

  5. wowmans insight tells me one thing

    buy more

    aapl is making new millonare every day

    and will continue to for some time

    microsuck will continue to be less important as apple and steve set the record straight on how to play this game

    thanks for creating the market for us microsuck

    now its ours

    got that

    sit down Bill and watch your paper tiger empire burn








  6. AAPL has risen whilst Steve Jobs has been in charge and since he cleared away the remaining baggage from the dark times. MSFT has declined since Bill Gates ‘left’, it’s not a true comparison but there’s a point there somewhere.

    It’s not quite fair to count the years when Steve wasn’t at Apple, he is the man!

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