P/E of 30.
400% growth rate of earnings (not revenues, just earnings) 2014 over 2013.
All the fundamentals are in tact.
There is no P/E , since there are no earnings, only losses. Future sales and earnings are pie in the sky and will never materialize. Institutions and hedge funds selling out, salvaging what they can.
Consensus EPS for 2014 is $1.81/share. So at $67.30/share that is a P/E of 37.
If they beat and hit the high analyst estimate of $3/share, then that is a P/E of 22.
Cheap no matter how you look at it.