J.P. Morgan ups Apple price target to $108

“Investment firm J.P. Morgan became the latest to increase its price target for Apple stock on Tuesday, projecting that the company will be propelled to $108 per share thanks in part to this year’s anticipated ‘iPhone 6’ launch,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.

“Analyst Rod Hall issued a new note to investors, a copy of which was provided to AppleInsider, to lay the case that shares of AAPL are likely to see earnings grow beyond current expectations on Wall Street,” Hughes reports. “Hall’s estimate is up from his previous target of $89, which has been underwater for some time. His new price target of $108 calls for Apple to reach that goal by the end of 2015.”

Hughes reports, “J.P. Morgan was the second investment firm to raise its price target on Apple on Tuesday, joining Needham & Company, which increased its forecast to $97.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]

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  1. And then when it reaches ‘only’ 107$, the Apple Doomed web brigade will try its best to bring the price down again.

    Obvious market manipulation. Sell high, buy cheap and prey on those doing the opposite based on your own advice (buying for less than 108$, expecting prices to rise).

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