When growth slows down the profits will start hitting the bottom line in a big way.
When growth slows down the peak of the stock will have already been met
When the P/E is less then 10 I will be largely out of the the majority of the stock
If you understand how this company "makes money" you'd understand what I have been asserting for the last few years.
Do your self a favor--listen to the CC
Wall Street will discover this company in 2006
Most shareholders care about stock performance. I for one am up tremendously from the original purchases I made at less than a buck to the purchases I made at 4 and 5. EPS is a report of the past. The past is not what drives a stock. Take a look at TOL. When was the time to own that company?