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AAPL Stock: 97.03 ( -0.16 )

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Apple stock soars after record earnings

updated 07:10 pm EST, Wed January 12, 2005

AAPL soars after earnings

Apple stock to over $72 per share in after hours trading, after posting record revenue and quarterly profit. The stock closed Wednesday at $65.46, but was up more than $7 per share after it announced earnings today. Apple's earnings were driven by a huge surge in Mac sales--fueled by the release of the iMac G5 and strong iBook sales as well as a a strong retail sales its stores.




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  1. DannyMac

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Apple

    Computer analysts 5-10 years ago... "Apple's death is eminent! Abandon ship, we should know... we are analysts!"

  1. MacMoose

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Microsoft

    Just curious, when was the last time Microsof's stock jumped like this after a keynote or CES note when new products were introduced etc. Hmmm,... Bill can blame this one on the less than stellar performance of the stuff he was demo'ing.

    Uh oh... cheap mac,...bad
    Yikes... cheap Ipod,...run for the hills
    Jinkies...Tiger Rocks,... but Longhorn will be better
    Whoa... Great new apps at lower prices

    Yup... all the signs are there,... Apple is in big trouble, me thinks...

    NOT!

    MacMoose

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