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AAPL Stock: 95.39 ( + 0.04 )

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AAPL up more than 6 percent, closes at 3-yr high

updated 05:10 pm EDT, Wed June 16, 2004

AAPL at 3-year high

AAPL today closed at a pushed industry stocks higher.




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  1. beeble

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    More doom and gloom

    Surely Apple will be going out of business any minute. They don't have any debt (probably because no one will lend them any money). Their iTunes Europe venture is only in 3 countries (hardly all of Europe is it) and iPod mini is still so over priced that Apple hasn't released it in the rest of the world so as not to attract even more criticism. The whole thing about massive demand is probably more hype from Apple's over active marketing department.

    If Apple was more like Microsoft, having only two profitable products amongst a dizzying array of absolute financial failures, the world would surely be a much better place.

  1. bradoesch

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Perhaps

    then MS can buy Apple and turn it into another financial failure department?

  1. Glasspusher

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    diversity

    Amazingly, I found out, although this company's flagship product is the iPod, that they also make computer hardware and software, including their own operating system! How interesting!

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