Apple shares hit new all-time closing high – again

Apple StoreShares of Apple Inc. [AAPL] today gained $2.93, or 2.65%, to set a new all-time closing high of $113.62 per share on volume of 22,602,262.

Shares of Apple Inc. entered the month of May at $99.80 (4/30/07 closing price).

Apple’s previous 52-Week and All-Time High closing high was $113.54 set on Tuesday, May 22, 2007. AAPL’s all-time intraday high was set on May 23, 2007 at $115.00.

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

Apple’s market value currently stands at $97,926,237,500.

AAPL quote via NASDAQ here.

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  1. Where’s that Citibank analyst that said Apple was over priced at the mid-90’s?

    I think he told his clients to sell.

    I hope the investors at Citibank that listened called their broker to complain.

  2. Uh oh!!! It looks like MDN is taking the weekend off! That can only mean two things. We should all be on suicide alert for our Mac rumors-addicted friends (including yourselves!) and that the gratuitous porn postings will begin in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,……

  3. Is an intraday value more or less worth/meaningful than a closing value?”

    Not saying it’s bad, but as a matter of protocol, it’s the closing values that are usually used to benchmark the 52-week (or in this case all time ) highs.

    Trust me, im not complaining it was at 115, ive got plenty of AAPL. Just saying as a matter of protocols an intraday price is not used as a 52-week high.

  4. Well, then all your former news about the “all-time closing high” were a lie. This is cheap sensational journalism…
    Provide proof that it will never go higher in future, otherwise do not use that term anymore.
    I assume the message is clear without shooting over the target like you did the last couple of days, MDN

  5. “Is an intraday value more or less worth/meaningful than a closing value?”

    With more and more average traders (you and me) able to trade after-hours, the closing value isn’t as important as it used to be, but intra-day highs can often be short blips due to big trades that don’t effect valuation in the long term. Take your pick, but MDN is correct in stating that is was an all time *closing* high.


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