Shares of Apple closed at an all-time high on Monday at $133.29 a share.
Its previous all-time high closing was $133, set in February of 2015.
So why did shares hit this new record? Goldman Sachs raised its price target on the tech giant, and cited the company’s 3-D sensing technology.
UBS also released a note on Monday estimating that Apple’s services business are undervalued by the market.
So far this year, shares of Apple are up more than 15%.
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