International Business Machines (IBM)
$129.57 4.75 (3.54%)
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Previous Close $129.43
Market Cap 118.94B
PE Ratio 21.24
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.82M
Day's Range 128.83 - 134.26
52-Week Range 105.94 - 154.36
Dividend & Yield 6.21 (4.79%)
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Analysts want Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst to replace IBM CEO Virginia Rometty, thinking his open organization concept can give IBM earnings the kick they need
AMD CEO Lisa Su is rumored to be heading to IBM. If that’s true, owners of AMD stock ought to be very worried.
The average age of the 12 IBM board members, including the two new appointees, is 64, one year less than the traditional retirement age.
IBM stock was boosted in July by the Red Hat acquisition and Q2 earnings that beat expectations, but it has slumped in August.
IBM has been transforming itself As a result, the recent drop of IBM stock price looks to have created a pretty good entry point in IBM stock.
IBM has fallen behind many of its peers, meaning the immediate future of IBM stock hinges on the success of integrating Red Hat.
By Thomas Niel
In the event of additional bad news, IBM stock may be a screaming buy. If the Red Hat deal faces short-term headwinds, shares could trade at a fire sale price.
When geopolitical worries abate, AMZN, AMD and IBM are stocks to buy. They will continue to dominate their competition.
By David Moadel
Between the Red Hat acquisition, the potential for a positive Q3 earnings surprise, and the imminent resolution to the tariff war, I'm envisioning a powerful move for IBM stock.
Remember that on Sept. 1, assuming no trade resolution is agreed to before that date, the U.S. will impose a 10% tariff on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. That would go on top of the 25% tariff on $250 billion worth of Chinese products already in place.
If you're considering buying IBM stock, look at the long-term picture. Big Blue's purchase of Red Hat will be material, but it'll take time.
Following earnings, you don’t have to decide between a turnaround in General Electric stock and an about-face in GE, rather it’s time to buy both.
IBM stock looks likely to finally turn things around for good at the start of 2020.
Dr. Lisa Su can either stay where she is and hope AMD stock moves higher against massive headwinds. Or she can jump to embattled IBM where she will be given some leeway to spark a revival.
While the $34 billion price tag for Red Hat may appear to be excessive, it could turn out to be a bargain because it makes IBM stock an extremely relevant player in the cloud for years to come.
IBM scared off investors with Red Hat costs in year 1. By year 2, free cash flow growth will soar. Why? Higher profits from hybrid cloud opportunity.
Macro risks have taken over the spotlight this earnings season, but it’s time to work that fear to your advantage with these three stocks to buy.
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