Apple Stock Charts (NASDAQ:AAPL)

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$140.92 $0.5 (0.35%) AAPL stock closing price Mar 23, 2017 (Closing)

Apple has given great returns to investors as can be seen from the Apple stock chart. The company’s returns have been phenomenal, and one can see from the 10 year Apple chart that the stock has gained close to 1000% (as of Oct 19, 2016).

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Apple price to earnings ratio chart: The stock chart shows AAPL PE ratio for a period of 1 year. As of 22 Mar, 2017, the P/E ratio is 16.94. Apple P/E ratio reached a high of 51.9 on 28 Dec, 2007, and reached a low of 2.14 on 20 Jan, 2009.

Apple has been one of the best performing tech companies, and has become the biggest large cap stock over the last decade. Our Apple stock history chart provides investors with a clear picture of what they would have gained had they invested in Apple when it was trading at around $7 per share. It has always traded at a fairly low PE ratio when compared with the industry average as can be seen from our Apple stock charts. The company’s revenues doubled every four months with an average growth rate of 700% in its first five years of operations. As seen from the Apple revenue graph, the company's annual revenue run rate has crossed $200 billion mark.

Amongst all its products, the greatest innovation of all times has been the Apple iPhone. It changed the landscape of the mobile phone market. However, reactions to the launch were indistinct with the stock gaining a mere 7 cents on the launch day, as can be seen from Apple stock price chart. Though there is a strong correlation between new product releases and stock price (refer Apple stock history graph for price movement), it has not led to significant immediate jump in prices. Each product has contributed to a long-term price appreciation for the firm, as can be seen from Apple stock price history chart, which has led to those holding the stock over a longer period of time to gain more.

References:

Apple stock timeline, CNNMoney

Apple during Jobs, BusinessInsider