Gartner suggests Apple will easily beat the Street’s revenue consensus through 2015

“In a note to buy-side analysts, it suggests Apple will easily beat the Street’s consensus,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune.

“It comes from Andrew Neff, an analyst with the research firm’s Gartner Invest team,” P.E.D. reports. “What’s most striking about his spreadsheet is the gap between Gartner’s extrapolations and the Street’s expectations (taken from Capital IQ).”

P.E.D. reports, “For 2013, for example, the Street is looking for revenue growth of 5.3%, while Neff has it growing 22.6%.”

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10 Comments

  1. People just love to spread FUD about AAPL. Are these guys jealous that they are too poor to afford an iPhone? Must live in a turd-world country then. Speaking of that, they may have Android because you have to be an absolute retard to by phones with that stupid green trash can on it. Makes sense, because most autistics are born in turd world countries because of dirty water, polluted air, and awful healthcare. Go back to you turd-world hugbox, autard!

  2. Why are people manipulating Apple’s stock? Isn’t that illegal? Why do so many anal-cysts have some kind of personal vendetta against this company? People act as if Apple ran over their puppy. These liars need to realize that Apple makes a fine product. Either that, or Zombie Ballmer is messing with the stock.

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