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  • spirncus spirncus Mar 27, 2000 4:55 AM Flag

    DELL IS OVERPRICED

    Compaq will drag it lower, but Dell is not a good
    growth company, since it's profit margins are shrinking,
    because, the cost of PC's is below $1000 if not free, at
    the same time Microsoft is raising the price for
    windows, also Dell has to pay IBM for parts, and they have
    to pay IBM a fee to be licenced to be IBM
    compatable. Not a good time to buy Dell.

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    • Dell has solid earnings, has the street solidly
      behind them, has analysts behind them and has
      profits.

      Money Magazine and IBD both reported last week that Cpq
      is losing millions.

      Besides Dell is expanding
      internationally and moving into new markets-servers.

      Cpq
      is dead in the water. Dell is dynamic.

      See ya
      @$70!

    • dell can not increase revenues at a time when pc's are under $1000 if not free, when windows prices are increasing, dells revenue base is evaporating, sell now.

      • 1 Reply to Qbonelover
      • or buy puts. Dell will go lower thier profit
        margins are shrinking, nobody will buy a dell when they
        can get free computers all over the place. I got a
        free computer just the other day. Anyone can. Dell is
        history, they already have to pay ibm an ibm compatable
        liscencing fee, then they pay ibm for its parts, there is no
        room left for profits, dell market share is shrinking,
        and there is no reason for the stock to be up, after
        earnings dell will be down sharply.

 

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