How much was an Apple share in 2007?
The stock’s closing price at the end of 2005 was $71.89, giving a total eight-share value of $575.12. Two years later, the 2007 closing price was $198.08, making the hypothetical investment worth $1,584.64. The stock suffered approximately a 50% downside retracement in 2008, closing out the year at $85.35 a share.
What was Apple stock price in 2006?
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|Apple Historical Annual Stock Price Data|
|Year||Average Stock Price||Year Close|
What was Apple’s first stock price?
$22.00 per share
Apple went public on December 12, 1980 at $22.00 per share. The stock has split five times since the IPO, so on a split-adjusted basis the IPO share price was $.
How much was an Apple share in 1997?
If one purchased $1,000 worth of Apple shares in June of 1997, when shares were trading as low as $3.56 a share, that investment would today be worth $632,000.
What was the price of Apple stock when it split in 2005?
Apple stock split history
|Split ratio||Price before split|
|16 June 1987||2:1||$79 (31 May 1987)|
|21 June 2000||2:1||$111 (31 May 2000)|
|28 February 2005||2:1||$90 (31 January 2005)|
|9 June 2014||7:1||$656 (31 May 2014)|
Will Apple last forever?
Apple is eventually doomed. Yes, the most valuable company on the planet will slowly fade into stagnant mediocrity. It will be replaced by something that they will not predict and they will not see coming.
Is Apple a long term buy?
Summary. Few companies exemplify how long-term investing can help you retire rich as Apple, which is up, 2,127X over the last 35 years. The good news is that Apple is still one of the best companies on earth, and is expected to grow 14.5% over time, meaning it can make you rich over time.