Apple ( AAPL), one of the most widely held stocks in the world and maker of the iPad and iPhone, gets a $520 price target from Goldman's analysts, which means a 38% appreciation potential. Despite this stock's great run, up an average of 43% per year over the past 10 years, Goldman analysts still see great value. The firm's analysts write in a recent research note that "we still expect the company to deliver solid December-quarter results, boosted by iPhone sales momentum." They say the company had "a tough miss" in its fiscal quarter ending in September, falling short of analysts' estimates "but (we) expect a sharp holiday snapback. " "Revenues of $28 billion and (earnings) of $7.05 (per share) were below our estimates of $29 billion and $7.30 and consensus of $30 billion and $7.38," said the Goldman research note. "This was an uncommon earnings miss for Apple, which has not missed consensus earnings in years."