Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) bull Jason Ramage raised some very good points about why he thinks the future looks bright for the consumer electronics retailer at this price.

I gave my opinion about expanding into the Chinese market in my opening argument. So there's no need to revisit that -- I think it's too little, too late.

As for the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) partnership for stores-in-stores, I'm not sure how much incremental benefit it will bring. Best Buy already sells iPods. Yes, it will sell Macs, but despite their popularity, they haven't put that big of a dent in the Wintel union. So while it's good to offer its customers more choices, I wonder if Best Buy should be more worried about Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) and Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) hooking up to sell PCs together.

Best Buy recently announced a $5.5 billion share repurchase, an increase in its dividend, and an increase in the number of stores it thinks it can open. Yet the stock price did not rise back up to its pre-earnings level. The market is a discounting machine, and if those prospects are already priced in, that's not a good sign going forward. It's definitely possible that the market would be willing to give Best Buy a P/E ratio of 17 five years from now.

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