International Business Machines (IBM)
$143.67 0.05 (0.03%)
18:30 EDT IBM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $140.56
Market Cap 131.88B
PE Ratio 23.55
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.21M
Day's Range 143.26 - 144.65
52-Week Range 105.94 - 154.36
Dividend & Yield 6.21 (4.32%)
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IBM stock looks like a bargain at its current prices, but International Business Machines stock has been held in check by IBM's problems.
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It will take time to know whether Red Hat rescues IBM stock, making the rising dividend lucrative but more difficult to maintain.
With good growth and a solid dividend, IBM Stock looks like an interesting buy in the wake of the Red Hat acquisition.
For years, IBM stock has been an overlooked name in the broader technology sector. However, with its Red Hat acquisition and limited exposure to the U.S.-China trade war, shares suddenly look interesting.
The IBM stock price has faltered again. With no catalyst on the horizon, investors should stay on the sidelines.
International Business Machines stock may be on the mend, both technically and fundamentally. Here's what to watch in IBM stock.
IBM stock is viewed as a value name. International Business Machines stock will continue to be viewed that way for a long time .
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IBM is trading at a discount. Again. Markets ignore the strong growth Red Hat brings to its business, improving long-term prospects.
Below $130, the fundamentals, optics, and technicals all provide substantial backing for why IBM stock is a buy here.
2019 has been hard for IBM and the company's shares have fallen over the past month. Here's why IBM stock is still a good investment.
Many investors have been avoiding IBM stock lately, and it's easy to see why. But after the RedHat acquisition, it may be time for a second look.
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
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