It's "still possible" for H-P (HPQ +4.7%) to deliver revenue growth in FY14 (ends Oct. '14),...

It's "still possible" for H-P (HPQ +4.7%) to deliver revenue growth in FY14 (ends Oct. '14), says Meg Whitman in a CNBC appearance (video) that has brought the IT giant's shares to within pennies of their 52-week high. Analysts currently expect H-P's FY14 sales to fall 2.2% in FY14, after declining 7.4% in FY13. Whitman also admits H-P's struggling PC ops remains the company's "biggest wild card," and (in spite of intense competition) says H-P needs to expand its mobile offerings to "other operating systems" (Android seems a good bet). (yesterday)
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  • june1234
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    Possible is better than not possible. Sales declined 7.4% in 13 projected to decline another 2.2% in 14 stock hits a 52 wk high. That's what I call a QE stock
    12 Jun 2013, 01:20 PM Reply Like
  • Philip Marlowe
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    This is amazing. This stock is flying based on Meg Whitman's charm and nothing else. There is certainly nothing in the company's business that would suggest the stock should be a penny over 15. Meg's comments are vague enough and far off enough that they do not mean anything.


    I would not have pegged Meg as especially charming, but there you have it.
    12 Jun 2013, 02:15 PM Reply Like
  • mmytacist
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    "Pigs fly possible in 2014".
    12 Jun 2013, 03:06 PM Reply Like
  • nicholasblack
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    T'was all foretold here:
    12 Jun 2013, 07:03 PM Reply Like
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