Sounds like the "analysts" estimates weren't very accurate. Anybody can pay some kid to build an Excel model to try to guess the top line, margin and profit of a company. The hard cold facts are that TSCO has nothing but big upside for the next 5 years. Hell, they're barely in California...a place they could open 300 stores, easily. Throw in a bout of price inflation from the Fed's easy money policy and TSCO could be $200 a share in a couple of years.