Apparently, the outlook isn't as rosy as you thought, given the cautious outlook and subsequent 4% drop in share price. There's no recent indication (last two years) of any growth.
But kc, you seem to have forgotten to respond to the fact that the EMR business is saturated, there's still a movement away from Cerner to Epic, and regardless, the size of the pie for all EMR vendors is shrinking.
What is CERN's plans to transform itself in step with the market? Your thoughts appreciated.
How would that help the new investors? You kn9w, past performance and so forth. Cerner has tapped all the business that HITECH encouraged. That market is now saturated.
Let's recap one year performance. DJI down 1.2%, CERN down 23%.
Yep, lots to recommend to potential investors.
And if anyone wants to see how long those long-term owners have waited for a dividend, the answer is "not now." It's "not ever."
I guess the "give me dividends" people are just entitlement seeking lowlife to you, kc. To most objective investors, however, your statement is laughable.
Or, are you admitting that CERN isn't a well run company?
Given the cheerleaders here (kc, how's it going??), you'd think CERN would be paying a hefty dividend out of all those profits. Guess Neil disagrees.