Criticisms that Carly Fiorina is the worst technology CEO of all time fall extremely short of reality. Was she the best CEO? Absolutely not. But accusations that Ms. Fiorina was terrible simply do not hold water for any reasonable analysis of the market HP was in, the state of HP at the time, and the board that she worked with at the time.
Editors Note: An investor needs to be very concerned about having too many stocks that are influenced by the same market factors. Understanding these relationships can be confusing at times. This guest article by Troy does an excellent job of helping to explain this concept. Guest Post by Troy Huot Why do stocks trade up? […]
Company name Dell Inc. Stock ticker DELL Live stock price [[DELL]] P/E compared to competitors Good MANAGEMENT EXECUTION Employee productivity Poor Sales growth Poor EPS growth Fair P/E growth Poor EBIT growth Good ANALYSIS Confident Investor Rating Poor Target stock price (TWCA growth scenario) $7.46 Target stock price (averages with growth) $10.05 Target stock price […]
Apple [[aapl]] has come under a great deal of discussion in the past week or so due to it’s ever expanding hoard of cash. Most companies hate having that much cash in the bank (or perhaps they are not fortunate enough to accumulate it) but Apple seems to really enjoy having a big savings account. […]