Apple (AAPL) 35%-Off Stock Sale: Over!

Good news for Apple (AAPL) investors: After a 40% drop from its year-high, the stock looks like it’s bottomed out and is on the rise again. Shares are trading around $144 today, up 2.5% on the day and up 20% from AAPL’s 6-month low around $120.

What’s changed? Not much. Mac sales — Apple’s real growth story — are still hot, and there’s been a bunch of noise about the company’s upcoming 3G iPhone.

Otherwise, it’s the same Apple at $144 that it was at $120 — and at $202.96, the stock’s all-time high, hit last Dec. 27.

Previously:
Apple’s Stock: Still 35% Off At A Broker Near You (March 4)
Apple Announces 35%-Off Sale! (January 29)
Apple’s Growth Story Intact: Mac Sales Up Huge In February (March 18)
Apple’s Real Growth Story Is Intact (January 16)

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