Q4 EPS wiill be 48 cents using Q2's gross margin and companies Rev guidance.
Which of course means analysts EPS estimates are nonsensically low. Put is this way, if 2013 year end annualized run rate is $1.92 and considering the growth, any EPS estimate of under $2.50 is ridiculous. Needless to say a low 12 PE on that takes the stock to $30.
Needless to say stunned out longs and shorts who post on this board aren't able to do such number crunching.
Its not entirely clear that will be the case. NQ has 3 different lines of business with different operating margins. Nationsky has a high margin service line and a low margin equipment line. If growth is coming from Nationsky's equipment line, then EPS will not be as high as you are estimating.
Your point is mute, as the non enterprise business if growing faster than the low margin enterprise business. Crunch the numbers yourself using a 15% tax rate and the rev guidance for q3, and q4 spelt out during q2 earning pr/ conf call.