A move to 120 could be a boost of some $1 Billion in additional profits ($1.00 EPS). Plus a lower currency will make their prices more competitive so they could see some boost in demand. Additionally, they should extract quite a bit in cost savings from their restructuring. If they are able to cut just 1% of their total cost structure that would yield about $0.80 EPS in additional profits. All told I can envision a scenario where they are able to generate in excess of $3 EPS. That's why I believe this is a home run investment.
It's a funny thing when these huge multinational corporations go through restructurings and get currency tailwinds they tend to get huge benefits in EPS.
Keep dreaming pumper. Wait till the REAL #'s come out in a few weeks. Yen will have little bearing on what happens going forward. There's a reason the stock's chart is in terminal decline. Think Polaroid.