By Jon Markman,
CTSH has been a major beneficiary of globalization, as revenue has risen 30% on average over the past five years -- a stunning number. Analysts applaud its consultative approach to solving clients' problems and ability to increase its share of clients' business by delivering consistent cost savings. The company has consistently reported 20%+ revenue and earnings growth over the past ten years, even during the financial crisis. And its 20% operating margin provides buffer to any unexpected cost pressures from any kind of increases in its costs. I expect earnings to grow at least 13% next year, netting $2.92 in earnings per share, and 14% in 2012, netting $3.32 per share. The stock has earned a premium 30x multiple for years, and I don't expect that to change, so I am looking for shares to reach $90.50 in mid-2011 and $103 in mid-2012 for an advance of 24% to 41% above the current price of $73. Check out the other FREE stock picks that make up InvestorPlace.com's
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