Topeka Capital raises Apple price target from $1,001 to $1,111

“Topeka Capital’s Brian White, the Wall Street analyst who first broke into $1,000-price-target territory on shares of Apple (AAPL), is boosting his target on the iPad and iPhone maker to $1,111 [from $1,001],” StreetInsider reports. “White maintains a Buy rating.”

StreetInsider reports, “Analyst Brian White comments, ‘Last night, Apple’s performance once again demonstrated how quickly Apple fever is spreading around the world and this trend continues to drive meaningful upside in the Company’s financial results. We believe the negative vibes that have held back the stock over the past couple of weeks will now be replaced with the fear of missing the next leg up in the stock price…'”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]


  1. Where’s that guy who used to repeatedly post here, saying that as soon as Steve Jobs died, Apple’s stock would nose-dive and Apple would never recover?

    Did he come back and admit he was wrong, post his apologies to everyone to whom he said this?

    You know, did he act like a decent, civil human?

    Maybe I missed his repentant follow up posts.

    1. People like that never admit they’re wrong. They wear their stupidy as a badge of honor. They hate to be proven that they were wrong and are probably waiting around hoping and praying that Apple will fail in time to be proven right. Their twisted and perverse nature is the only thing that keeps them going.

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