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EMC is a leading provider of network storage, backup software, and other information technologies.
bargain priced now
Nobody asked me, but if they did, I'd say selling EMC sub $24 is a bit near sited....maybe some of the mutual funds who had to raise cash to cover all the panic sells had to pick something ..... but even barring a reverse buyout, steady state, EMC's P/E is one of the lowest. While their core products are getting "long in the tooth" and while some perceive they can't blend their product solutions...I wouldn't bet against them continuing to take market share, even fi the market does contract.Long term when the S&P is in a steep climb, I wouldn't pick EMC as it seems to stay in a narrow trading range...this call presumes that the market sell off was disproportionate, and in the short run, EMC will lose less, or regain more. Not looking for a lot here...
technology growing faster than stock prices
A Grand Adventure Dividend Project holding. http://boards.fool.com/the-grand-adventure-121197.aspx
they need to spin off vmware- locked-up value; crowded market space; confusing non-gaap earnings and management that has continued to make excuses over the last four quarters
EMC BP 26 TP 32
own the storage market, fairly innovative, buys the companies that are more innovative than them.
Real money pick. I like that it trades in line with competition(IBM,HPQ,etc) in terms of P/E. It's like buying VMW and Pivotal for a discount. I am ok with it whether they spin them out or not.
Maybe less if the merger goes through as of 9/22 their are still discussions with 4 major companies
EMC will lead in a slow but growing need for storage. I project this to be a slow mover but will have the earning power over the longterm to be a solid investment of capital. The ownership of VMware only gives EMC greater bargaining power in the coming tech market.
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EMC been stuck between 22-28 for long time, past 28 makr think it's time they will get to mid to high 30's
Stagnant, even with the growth drivers like big data , cloud stock is going nowhere ....
This stock is dead money. Sales slowing. EPS slowing. Good cash flow; they could pay a better dividend than 1.7%. High short interest. There are better places for your money.
EMC's RSA subdivision will probably start shedding customers from outside USA
storage & the CLOUD VMWare
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