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Xerox Holdings Corporation (XRX)

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20.52+0.12 (+0.59%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
20.65 +0.13 (+0.63%)
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  • J
    Jazz
    Can anyone tell me why Xerox would'nt make a good Short. Their debt is almost equal to their revenue. Here they are buying more companies and paying too much as usual. The moves Xerox is making today. They should have made 20 years ago.
  • A
    Anonymous
    It is silly not to buy this stock. It is a stable 4-5% yield on dividends alone. I have faith in the PE team that is leading this now. It was a great company for many years in many ways but management wasn't strong after Mulcahy handed the reigns over to (I forgot her name)-management was too soft. The Private Equity team that Icahn brought in will turn things around -just needs some time. In the meantime, the dividend is great.
  • A
    Anonymous
    signed deal with SERVICE NOW plus 4.44% divi gonna start to move up
  • B
    Brian
    When I invest in large companies today I like to visit the employees blogs and reviews. I have seen nothing but very unhappy employee comments - not sure it can be trusted but a large number say the Xerox has cut 401K matching! Can this be correct - a brand like Xerox hiding such a thing. When I dig into financials they are hitting targets and executives are getting paid and bonuses. How long can they sustain growth with out the best employees? I think I will be shorting after employees comments.
  • D
    Dona
    $12 By Friday!
  • D
    DC
    This stock is cheap with a sweet 4% dividend 🤑 I’m hoping HPQ buys them out, that would make a lot more sense than when XRX tried to buy HPQ
    Bullish
  • N
    N
    dividend thank you.
    Bullish
  • R
    RicK X
    Walgreen down today? Are they buying RAD ?
  • M
    Mary
    For those who want to invest and received their payout, you can deposit your capital now to invest with this lady👇

    Facebook!!!
    @Lillian A. Jerome
  • J
    Jim
    I was under the impression when an activist investor gets involved it is good for other shareholders. Well stock is now at a 52 week low and going down day after day. From where I stand today the Fuji deal looks like it was not to bad.

    Thoughts??
  • J
    Joe
    Time to dump or Short Xerox. What are Xerox management and Board of Directors thinking? HP has rejected an unsolicited takeover offer from Xerox Holdings Corp. and has asked shareholders not to tender their shares.

    The offer “meaningfully undervalues HP and disproportionately benefits Xerox shareholders,” the Palo Alto, California-based company said in a statement on Thursday. Xerox’s “urgency” in launching the offer shows its “desperation to acquire HP to address its continued business decline.”

    Xerox on Monday pitched HP investors on a cash-and-stock offer valued at about $24 a share at the time. For each HP share, a holder would receive $18.40 in cash and 0.149 Xerox shares. The offer is set to expire April 21, Xerox said Monday in a statement. The offer valued HP at approximately $34 billion as of Wednesday.
  • j
    jimmy
    Every analyst on the call asked about the Delta variant-
    obviously when they discuss
    Xerox in thier notes tomm I believe there will be overwhelming skepticism on the “back to the office” “back to school theme “ Xerox harps on the call-
    they did however allude that they want a dance partner meaning they are still desparate for HPQ to find them sexy- hpq is not interested at all clearly from
    HP’s scathing comments on Xerox future prospects ever since Carl tried to put zerox in play.
    They don’t make thier own equipment- they have supply issues as they buy thier machines from Fuji rename them -and the new innovations just aren’t there.
    Zerox competes against many stronger players here are just some names-
    Canon
    HP
    Pintney Bowes
    Konica Minolta
    Epson
    Dell
    Ibm
    Lexmark
    Ricoh
    Samsung
    Brother
    Toshiba
    Sharp
    Kyocera
    Panasonic
    Ooh sorry but I also forgot Kodak along with Xerox?
    Common mistake
    But - they have the best sales team in the business as the talent all stuck around
    Right?
    Those that didn’t get culled by “Project Own it”(should be called
    Project slash and burn-
    and now you the (the bag holders own it)
    The market is toppy and they still are buying back stock to get the stock price up
    But COVID is back - White House news conference on now about delta variant

    lastly the mkt cap is $ 4.7 Billion how much goodwill are they carrying and what is it attributable to?
    Bearish
  • M
    Michael Jackson
    This may be one of the stocks that ends up being overlooked 5 years from now. Crazy low PE ratio.
  • J
    Just Numbers
    Has a 44.5% payout ratio and yields close to 6%, a million patents and has been downgraded by JP Morgan.

    Time to buy.
  • R
    RicK X
    I think the federal reserve bank will be using XRX copiers to print trillion dollars soon
    Bullish
  • B
    Buddy
    Xerox has 2.6 billion in cash and 4.6 billion in debt.
    The company split 1 for 4 back in 2017.
    Quarterly year over year growth revenue is down 15%.
    The 52 week price per share is down 45.9%.
    Pays a 5.8% dividend.
    Glad to own this stock long term.
    Thanks!
  • L
    Leon
    So much for figuring what stocks to buy in this market! Zacks calls for strong sell today! Not that you can believe them.
  • l
    leon
    This is a stealth reopening trade stock, the shutdowns and work from home has absolutely crushed the business, yet they’re still gushing cash. Look at the hit to after sale revenue. Management is making great acquisitions and handling every dollar well. Look for the workplace solutions, AM, and IoT segments to start generating growth and the stock will really take off. Until then kick back and collect the nice dividends.
  • w
    wave_length
    2018-6-21 Xerox appoints Bandrowczak as Chief Operations Officer and stock is taking a dive on the announcement. Does anyone have an insight into what is happening? I, of course, am aware of the Fuji lawsuit; that is a separate issue and has been in the news for a while, so I doubt that is the cause of today's drop.
  • B
    Buzzlightyear
    Huge new on Xerox with the creation on 3 business units today. This unveils the true value for the company's stock since it had fallen from $37-38. Finally a growth story in place for 2021 and beyond!

    Hoping to see the stock back in the 30s soon!
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