Smith is saying $1.00 share / profit in 4 years.
Assuming that is accurate, and they are making 30 cents / share in 2013.
That is 35% COMPOUNDED GROWTH, 4 consecutive years.
So if Wall Street looks out one year, and they plan to make $1.35 in 2018, and they are given a multiple of 40, that makes Taser $54 in 4 years.
And I think it will be a lot higher.
I also think Taser / google glasses...or something yet to be defined and named, is in the works and will become the de facto standard for ALL LEA.
Imagine LEA wearing glasses, or the cameras, and software can recognize faces of people that are wanted, avoiding parole, OR stolen vehicles.
I think Taser is spending on software, the NEXt big thing in LEA.
I still say, $200 / share in the year 2020.
Finally, some people are getting the big picture..
Hi "G," was busy reading the Seeking Alpha article and didn't see that you had posted, in the meantime, ergo, I apologize, as I didn't intend to be redundant and repost what you had, more quickly, drawn attention. Great article, so I guess it won't hurt to draw attention to it, more than once.