There are a lot of shareholders who agree with you. Simply pull the trigger UIS, as its inevitable.
If they miss Clearpath in Q2 which they are due to do then this could get back to attractive at 16-17. About half the layoffs appear to be done but the savings won't be seen until next year, if ever.
another travesty....either games are being played or there is a buyer in the wings going into the teens; Colemans Legasy
Pretty sad, huh? Actually doomed not long after the merger. Too many strategic mistakes. Too much infighting when the market was changing.
Funny, I could show you a post from 25 years ago that said the exact same thing, except there wasn't message boards then. We called it the death spiral, just didn't realize the starting altitude was so high
Basically this company is going nowhere. get rid of it, while its at least breathing, because it won't be for much longer.
What do the analysts opinions mean anything? They have had rosy outlooks for UIS for years, and needless to say their opinions mean absolutely nothing. In other words don't be impressed by what they have to say, as their opinions mean NOTHING.
I see UIS got some more contracts that were evidently supposed to get the shareholders pumped up, but once again no real upward movement. Why don't they stop giving us the same old BS and work at trying to raise the value of the stock.
They always seem to be getting these ultra rich contracts, however its never reflected in any type of activity for the stock -- I guess everyone is giving up on UIS.
Not one to get excited about. With negative cash flow and negative net worth. Have a lot of work to right the ship, IMHO. Just look at the financials.
Yes, don't waste you time looking at this company. The tech industry has had 25 percent growth for 40 years and UIS is smaller today then it was in 1950. What else do you need to know?