• David Jackson
    At what price do you think $HPQ becomes a buy?
    11/14/12
    Reply (10)
    • Energysystems: It doesn't, until the underlying story changes. NOK all over again unless Whitman can right the Titanic.
      11/14/12
    • Charles Margolis: Nov. 20th earnings will give direction... I'd not buy the stock until they develop more popular products / services. Looks like Xerox now.
      11/14/12
    • Philippe Proudhon: With a conservative valuation at 33 and a margin of security, I would say HPQ has been a buy since $20...
      11/15/12
    • DeepValueLover: $8
      11/15/12
    • Philippe Proudhon: Comparing HPQ to NOK or Xerox seems to me a bit silly, HPQ is much more diversified with leading positions in each of its business.
      11/15/12
    • 1980XLS-2.0: $2.50
      11/15/12
    • Master Che: at 10.86
      11/15/12
    • mitrado: DVL's contradicting theories are funny: AAPL won't ever fall unless it stops being profitable but HPQ will go down while being profitable.
      11/15/12
    • Charles Margolis: @Phillippe ... HP's $11B EDS write down and two awful CEOs back to back make it Xerox comparable in my book. The stocks look similar.
      11/15/12
    • DeepValueLover: mitrado: Disturbing that you are following me around this site but I've never said that AAPL will never fall. Never said HPQ will go down.
      11/15/12
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