In the previous article discussing the growth scorecard, I left open the question of how Apple’s growth is reflected in its share price.
The approach to answering this question is to show how the share price correlates to that growth. The challenge for analysts has been that the company switched from subscription to current accounting for the iPhone (the largest component in its income statement). As they re-stated income and thus earnings, any historic review of P/E or other multiples of Earnings have to also be re-computed.
So this is what I’ve done: Continue reading