Less than one month ago, shares of Apple plunged after the company's third-quarter earnings "disappointed" the bean counters on Wall Street. Less than a month later, shares of Apple are up more than 12 percent and are again trading at an all-time high. In fact, earlier today, Jefferies & Co. raised its price target from $800 to $900, as Apple's valuation now tops $600 billion.
If you want to understand why, cue up the 1960s' hit by The Happenings, "See You in September."
That's when the iPhone 5, the biggest, worst-kept secret in … Read more