“Employing her firm’s ‘What’s in the Price’ analyzer, analyst Katy Huberty advised clients that the market is currently pricing -4% long-term earnings per share (EPS) growth in the stock despite the company achieving 14% revenue growth in the markets it serves,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.

“Huberty’s analysis of the market potential for the recently rumored Apple iWatch product — which she admits no direct knowledge of — found that it could drive an incremental $10 to $15 billion in revenue, or $2.50 to $4.00 in EPS, each year,” Marsal reports. “Meanwhile, it’s estimated Apple could tack on another $17 billion in annual revenue, or $4.50 in EPS, from a U.S.-based rollout of a smart TV project.”

Marsal reports, “The estimates, based on an average selling price of $1,300 for the TV and 10% penetration of iTunes account holders, swell to $68 billion and $18.00 in EPS for a full-blown global roll-out.”

Much more in the full article here.

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