International tech giant Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) released its highly-anticipated Q4 earnings report today.
The firm beat earnings-per-share expectations, reporting an EPS of $8.26 – well above the anticipated $7.92. It also released numbers on revenues and sales. Take a look at how reality played out for the company as opposed to what had been predicted.
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Apple’s Historical EPS
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s EPS has been increasing gradually over the past four years, especially during the first quarter.
If we compare Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s 2013 performance with that of 2012, however, it’s not looking like a banner year for the company.
Annual EPS vs share price
Finally, we can consider the annual evolution of EPS vs. share price.
It is also helpful to take a look at and analyze the company’s PE ratio and its share price over time.