4 out of 10 analysts think Apple will be worth less in a year than it is today. 

By Philip Elmer-DeWitt
November 14, 2014

Apple broke two of its own records Thursday:

  • All-time high closing price ($112.82)
  • Highest market cap in the history of capitalism ($661.7 billion).

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Some sell-side analysts are having trouble keeping up.

Below: Our current list of Apple price targets – as fresh and up-to-date as we can get it — from a high of $143 to a low of $60. Corrections appreciated.

 

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Fun stat: “If you owned Apple and you sold it,” says Bloomberg TV’s Mark Barton, “you could buy the entire stock market of Russia and still have enough change to buy every single Russian an iPhone 6 Plus.”

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