Slew of analysts up price targets on Apple Inc.

Following Apple’s record earnings report yesterday, a slew of analysts have upped their price targets on Apple (AAPL):

The new price targets:
• Bank of America – $200
• Bear Stearns – $243 (from $199)
• Credit Suisse First Bank – $210 (from $185)
• Deutsche Bank – $225
• Goldman Sachs – $205 (from $190)
• Morgan Stanley – $195 (from $180)
• Soleil – $200
• ThinkEquity – $227
• UBS – $220 (from $182)

MacDailyNews Take: Who’d you rather party with, those not-so-wild-and-crazy guys from Morgan Stanley or the truly cutting edge maniacs at Bear Stearns?

23 Comments

  1. All this, and the iPhone is still not yet released outside of the US!! Japan alone is worth a million iPhone sales. Add UK, Germany, France, Spain, Canada, and Australia…not fo mention abunch of others and you have a multi-touch world just waiting. AAPL at 400 is very doable folks, though many would laugh. It is really just getting started. I would release a 10″ Macbook and pump the capacity of the iPods as flash drive prices drop due to volume, and make the Mac Pro at least a visually revolutionary change.

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