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Diebold Nixdorf: Steering Effectively Through The Financial Troubles

Jan. 02, 2022 9:44 PM ETDiebold Nixdorf, Incorporated (DBD)
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Badsha Chowdhury


  • Self-checkout products and the DN Series ATMs constitute DBD's most influential drivers in the post-pandemic scenario.
  • It plans to tap into the electric vehicle charging stations market in its diversification initiative.
  • Supply chain challenges can put pressure on the operating margin in the near term.
  • The stock is relatively undervalued; however, negative shareholders' equity and negative cash flows pose financial risks.

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DBD's Drivers And Challenges

I expect Diebold Nixdorf's (NYSE:DBD) self-service offerings and automation to sync with the changing customer behavior in a post-pandemic world. Consequently, its backlog in the Americas banking segment has gone up significantly

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I have more than 14 years of experience in analyzing and writing on stocks. I write on both long and short sides in an unbiased manner. I have been covering the energy sectors for the past 7 years, with the primary focus on the oilfield equipment services sector. I also cover the Industrial Supply industry. I occasionally co-author with Seeking Alpha contributor Thomas Prescott.

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