No reason why they can't, or won't, go up 45% in 2014.
If they have $1 billion in sales a year, and they want to get to $10 billion in sales, that leaves a lot of room for growth in the share price.
I too would love to see them buyback shares, but the more land they buy, the more product they can produce to sell. NY sales will start to show up in earnings during 2014, which will show a lot of promise, and will shed more light on the company.
I know their ultimate goal is $10 billion in sales, and a $10.00+ share price. They will get there eventually. Would love to see a larger company like Vanke make a $10.00+ a share offer to purchase.
Today's goal is to make up the $.05 dividend adjustment taken today. $.05+ a share today?
Yeah, why not. I mean, they are down 41% since the stock hit a 52 week high of 7.44, and it only takes a 68% price increase to get back to 7.44. So 45% up should be realistic for 2014. Won't ever get valued like a "real" company, but hey - people can have dreams right?