Companies don't relocate (even though it is just up the street) if they are about to take a hit in Revenue or Earnings - They don't expand their operations to include a new HQ in Europe in anticipation of contraction in Revenue and Earnings in the short/mid or long term for that matter.
I have worked for too many companies that have expanded because of new business opportunities. I have never worked for a company that expanded or built new offices purely on past performance.
Just saying... These are the clues that one should look at beyond the charts or opinions placed by the market.
You as an investor have every right to doubt this growth story (Radio Shack cutting their price on Skullcandy prices LMAO)...