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Apple shares hit new all-time intraday and closing highs

Today in Nasdaq trading, shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) rose $2.15, or 1.85%, to close at $118.63, a new all-time closing high. Apple’s previous all-time closing high stood at $116.47, set on November 21, 2014. 216 more words

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How the billionaires played Apple last quarter

”Doing what the billionaires do might not be the best way to manage your investments,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune. “But it’s the strategy that iBillionaire has chosen.” 97 more words

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Apple shares hit new all-time intraday and closing highs

Today in Nasdaq trading, shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) rose $0.16, or 0.14%, to close at $116.47, a new all-time closing high. Apple’s previous all-time closing high stood at $116.31, set on November 20, 2014. 205 more words

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Apple a good buy into year-end?

”During the last three months of the year, Apple has traded positively 80 percent of the time over the last 10 years while the S&P 500 has traded positively 70 percent of the time according to Kensho, a quantitative tool used to answer complex financial questions and find profitable trades,” Lisa Villalobos reports for CNBC. 187 more words

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Apple shares hit new all-time closing high

Today in Nasdaq trading, shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) rose $1.64, or 1.43%, to close at $116.31, a new all-time closing high. Apple’s previous all-time closing high stood at $115.47, set on November 18, 2014. 197 more words

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Big investors increasing their stakes in Apple stock

”Institutional ownership in Apple stock is picking up, but it remains below its S&P 500 weighting, indicating there’s room for upside, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty said in a research report Wednesday,” Patrick Seitz reports for Investor’s Business Daily. 92 more words

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Phantom trades bedevil Apple stock

”How can a trade that never happened be enshrined as Apple’s all-time high?” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune.

“It wasn’t real,” P.E.D. reports. “It was an artifact of the options market that made it look like someone on the Chicago Stock Exchange had bought $1.26 million worth of Apple for 2% above market price — something nobody in their right mind would do.” 70 more words

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