If it then carried that 2013 0.00% growth rate into 2014, the
company would have $230 billion in cash or just about $250 in cash
per share. 2015 it would have $300 billion in cash or $330 in cash
per share. Again, that assumes 0.00% growth for 2013, 2014, and
2015. So if Apple grows 0.00%, then by 2015, it will have more
cash per share than the stock is trading at today.