Apple (AAPL) Without Jobs Now Seeing A Six-Month High

April 3, 2009 by Douglas A. McIntyre

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) today is hitting levels not seen since October. Apple today crossed the $114 level and is up over 33% for 2009.

Apple’s stock sold off in the middle of January after Apple disclosed Steve Jobs health related issues were more complex than previously disclosed and Steve Jobs was going on medical leave until June. After the news came out on January 14th, Apple’s stock 10% to $76.50. The next day StreetInsider penned a piece that said a Jobs-Less Apple would not hurt Apple’s stock and 35% later this story continues to prove true.

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