Ginny is going to announce a deal tonight on Crammer's show.. IBM has bottomed finally buy buy buy.
Higher Value ? Please just give me higher earnings and higher revenue.
big weekly call buying yesterday at the $157.50. price trying to break down trend line that has held since beginning of March. line has been tested about 11 times and looks to break today. looking for June to produce a bullish reversal candlestick on the monthly
IBM will not pass or equal NVDA, its old school. Good old school, but the new dog is in town...
Another week of watching the high tech market accelerate, and IBM languish. After 5 years of this, isn't it clear this company needs new leadership. How can you not monetize ALL this technology? I mean..seriously??!!
Oracle beats bigly (10%+ AH) proof IBM downturn is not sector related but bad management related.
They need to use Super Computer Watson to help increase revenues
SELL IBM!!! Warren Buffett is selling off. You should too. IBM is not a BUY until January 2018, when Ginni Rometty retires. All IBM CEOs retire after 5 years. Ms. Rometty is leaving soon. I have a buy set for $120 (dividend yield of 5%).
come on Ginnie, investors and customers are voting with their feets, which is out the door, please give us a new song and dance, the last 20 is getting really old.
Apple will buy IBM before this year ends
Valueline Dividend Portfolio sticking with IBM but seemed to be skeptical
Warren sold a lot at $180. buying back at these levels most likely
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Immelt is gone at GE - probable great golden parachute and worth tons of money - so Ginny, follow his footpath to the exit door and BE GONE.
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