“Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and after badly underestimating Apple’s (AAPL) performance in the quarter than ended March 27, all of Wall Street seemed to be looking at the company new and more appreciative eyes,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune.
“More than two dozen analysts raised their price targets for Apple overnight, from as low as $240 to as high as $350,” Elmer-DeWitt reports. “The prize for the biggest jump goes to Macquarie’s Phil Cusick, who went from $250 to $325, a 30% change of heart. The smallest: Shaw Wu’s 3% increase, from $305 to $315.”
The full list of AAPL price targets is here.