The Case for Apple at $600

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In this video, Motley Fool senior tech analyst Eric Bleeker discusses Apple briefly touching $600 yesterday and what's been driving the stock this week. As Eric explains, it was just back in the fall of 2010 that Hudson Square's price target of $500 on Apple raised eyebrows across the investing space. Now analysts are talking about bull case scenarios approaching $1,000 per share. In addition, Eric shares his thoughts on Apple paying a dividend in the year ahead, the opportunity for Apple TV, and the hoard of competitors like Microsoft and Intel trying to stay a step ahead of Apple in the home entertainment space.

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