Haven't we heard this type of conjectore before? Someone gonna get fat, but it won't be the shareholders, I bet/
It is beyond belief how this stock price is being controlled.....if you follow the last trade size on low volume days, the majority of trades are less than 20 shares!! go figure..... the program traders continualy analyze the bid ask to and make trades to control the price as cheaply as possible. that's what happens when there are no retail traders, no one wants to trade this stock
Would guess this is in response to the forecast of better times ahead for UIS in 2016 plus the eventual FED interest rate hikes on the horizon. Might be the right time to purchase.
James H. Litinsky’s Jhl Capital Group Llc Reported increased Interest in Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS)
Jhl Capital Group Llc filed with SEC a SC 13D form about Unisys Corp. The form can be accessed here: 000119312515372341. As reported by James H. Litinsky’s Jhl Capital Group Llc, the filler increased its stake in the stock by 15.71% for 3,500,000 shares. James H. Litinsky’s Jhl Capital Group Llc currently owns 7.01% of the Information Technology- stock. This ownership filing was filed because activity on November 9, 2015.
The hedge fund with about $2.26 billion looks more positive after reporting such an increase of its Unisys Corp ownership.
The hedge fund is active investor in the Finance sector. In the manager’s latest 13-F, we saw a few other positions. Its 29% of James H. Litinsky’s Jhl Capital Group Llc’s US portfolio
Reasons Why James H. Litinsky’s Jhl Capital Group Llc Holds Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS)
PURPOSE OF TRANSACTION.
The Reporting Persons acquired the Common Stock in the belief that the Common Stock was undervalued and is an attractive investment.
The Reporting Persons have previously communicated with management through investor conference calls, investor presentations and individual conversations regarding the Issuer’s results and prospects.
The Reporting Persons wish to engage in more extensive dialogue with management regarding, among other things, the Issuer’s operations, potential acquisitions, strategic direction, capital structure and corporate governance. In addition, the Reporting Persons may communicate with other persons regarding the Issuer, including, without limitation, the Board of Directors (the“Board”) of the Issuer, other shareholders of the Issuer and potential strategic or financing partners.
The Reporting Persons intend to review their investment in the Issuer on a continuing basis and may from time to time and at any time in the future depending on various factors, including, without limitation, the outcome
Yeah; That's The Ticket !!! Unfortunately for WSR; the IRS limits losses to $3,000.00 per year. However, if WSR had gains of $ 910,656.00, it would end up being a wash !!! Not very likely !!! WSR has a better chance of getting Leprosy, you know what I mean ??? I wonder why WSR is Not on this board, anymore ??? At one time; WSR was a Fixture on this board . Cheers !!!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Now, hold on, hold on. Let's figure this out first, before everyone piles on WSR. Here's the facts, as I understand them.
before split shares 17,000 @ $55.00 = $935,000.00
after split shares 1700 @ $14.32 = $24,344.00
So, all that needs to happen is, Unisys stock prices goes up to $550.00 per share and WSR is back even.
WSR, how about some tax return tips?
The base is from Security First and is licensed to others as well.. The POC was at Special Operations Command in Tampa. Not sure if they ever bought it.
As far as I can tell, nothing EVER happened to Stealth which turns out to be appropriately named. It has gotten a few awards and some POCs, but I don't recall any BIG orders. Saw one customer success story on the UIS website; one.
I have been retired for eleven years; the product was being introduced back then. I previously commented that the core deliverable (as I remember) was a third party product that was also available through other channels. I guess that it might be embedded in some other engagements with no visibility or perhaps with some #$%$ organization that they can't talk about, but that is being generous.
Definitely not a wide-moat thing for UIS.
Still Looking for a response from WSR !!! Come on Richie; you lived on this Board, back in the day !!! Cat Got Your Tongue ???
Sentiment: Strong Sell
up to and over a four year period consulting and PM or about $14M a year and they dont mention whether it's fixed price or cost recovery since the costs in Europe can add up quickly.
Well, by the time the pension liability is small enough, the CP rev will be smaller still. They called out the pressure on CP margins. However, it is interesting that in the earnings call transcript, non -recurring revenue is such a small percent. Astounding, actually. They really dodged the question on new business.
I agree that getting rid of the pension changes the cash flow equation significantly, but that ain't happening soon. No one will buy this right now or, IMO, within the next five years.
My problem with the transcript is that they mouthed the exact same platitudes that all previous management teams did. Things like better decision making on deals to accept. Where have we heard that before...and before...and before. Better process for vetting deals. More management discipline.
I did like their focus on reducing CAPEX through reducing the resale of commodity product. That will hurt revenue, but increase margin.
The analysts seemed to like the increased transparency of the presentation.
You're right Clearpath isn't the future. The only problem is they can't make a profit without a good Clearpath quarter. Go back 4-5 years and you will see any quarterly profit was attributed to Clearpath. Eventually the pension obligation will get small enough that someone will take them over.