Your facts are non-GAAP EPS, only GAAP EPS is required to be reported to the SEC. Looking at your 2017 non-GAAP Q1 EPS, on 12/31/2016 the projected number was $30.12. That number has already been marked down to $29.37 as of the date of your reporting.
The other point you conveniently ignore is that any real growth (which there isn't any) has been more than erased by multiple expansion. For example, your Q4 2011 S&P 500 was traded at a non-GAAP PE of 13.01, today trading at a very rich 22.41. Your so-called growth in earnings would need to see a loss in S&P 500 index level of over 30% to even get close to a normal valuation.
So your posts are nothing but cheer leading for one of the most overvalued markets in history.