North of ~$200 pershare, and assuming those estimates prove correct, you're looking at ~4% p.a. over the next 8 years if it trades at ~20x in the terminal period (price return). As a reminder, $MSFT consistently traded at ~10x forward from 2008 - 2013. Just numbers...
Too expensive -- or "fair"?
Price/earnings ratios for tech titans, based on est. earnings pershare for current fiscal year:
vs S&P 500 17.6
(EPS estimates are analyst consensus.)
I find this list of "most popular stocks on Robinhood" curious
I get the Cannabis companies, AAPL, MSFT, FB, and DIS but it strikes me that Robinhood users are just going after stocks with a low pershareprice? pic.twitter.com/v3I3rPS1H6
LinkedIn is pulling in 2B a quarter. LinkedIn, of all things! MSFT paid 26B for LinkedIn not so long ago. It was a 50% premium over the shareprice. Most people sniggered.
That was 4 years ago. LinkedIn brought in ~1B per quarter then. It has doubled since then.