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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE)

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16.13+0.32 (+2.02%)
At close: 04:02PM EST
16.13 0.00 (0.00%)
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    Anonymous
    HPE has 'substantially succeeded' in its £3.3bn fraud trial against Autonomy's Mike Lynch

    https://www.theregister.com/2022/01/28/hpe_multibillion_fraud_trial_mike_lynch_autonomy/
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    Greg M.
    Stephanie Link really likes HPE...the PE is about 6!! Im shocked this is selling for $17... it may take another week, month, year, but this is just way under valued n would be shocked if we don't see minimum $25 over the next 12 months...time will tell!
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    Blam
    interesting. Barclay first use hpe server for their business. and now upgrade rating and raised price target to 20, from 16.
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    ALFRED
    we’re at pretty much rock bottom prices here - even given the market carnage. Just wait as more fund mangers continue to rotate into value plays with low. PE and more moderate growth prospects
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    Anonymous
    SAIL opts for HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform to accelerate digital transformation

    https://www.crn.in/news/sail-opts-for-hpe-greenlake-edge-to-cloud-platform-to-accelerate-digital-transformation/
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    Daniel
    It was a Goldman Sacs guy who said sell HPE not that long ago. Well, now we hear differently from Goldman. Now a Goldman employee comes out and says investors should be on the lookout for companies who have high growth and high margins. It also says people should avoid firms with high exposure to wage inflation," said a team led by top U S equity strategist David Kostin. He then goes on to say that stocks with high labor cost ratios and exposure to wage inflation will likely underperform," he said. The article then goes on to say that Goldman Sachs offered names with High growth and margins ( named names) then named companies with low-labor costs - which included - HPE , What do you know :) Goldman may like us after all. At least one analyst does there anyway. ( According to the article written by a Barbara Kollmeyer. The person she quoted was said to be a top equity strategist.
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    John
    Evaluating Goldman's call to sell HPE back in November 12.
    Goldman ANALyst said to sell HPE and that Cisco and Dell were better choices.
    So let's see, Cisco was $57 at the time so since then it's gone up to $59, up 3.5%
    Dell was around $56 at the time so since then it's gone up about the same 3.5%.
    HPE on the other hand on the morning of his call was at a high of $15.35, and it's gone
    up to around $16.80 which is up about 9.4%.
    Even for those who existed the day before from HPE at $15.94 they would be up 5.4%.
    These ANALysts need to go back to school to learn some math. Just simple algebra should be enough
    for them to realize the terrible calls they throw out there.
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    Carl
    Stifel picks HPE as one of its hardware original equipment manufacturers according to a Barron's article. Nice to see some analyst support.
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    Daniel
    Nice close ($17) on a generally bad day. Hope we take out $18 when earnings are announced.
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    Daniel
    It was good news ( and a very long time coming) for HPE to win its latest battle over their ill fated purchase in 2011 of British company Autonomy. It is still far from settled, but at least they won this round and putting the pressure on the former company officer Mike Lynch to settle, as the judge granted HPE's request to extradite him to the US for a Criminal Trail. He is a wealthy man, but the judge said they would get considerably less than the $5 Billion they wanted. I would guess that HPE would have to split any funds receive with HPQ ( just like the Oracle verdict) Even so, if they can settle, perhaps HPE could end up with a few hundred million dollars. Which is always welcome I doubt if Lynch wants to go to jail. He is a wealthy tech guy in England and spending time in a US jail waiting trail is most likely not a destination he would want - or the prospect of spending even more time in Jail if convicted. Given the amount of the fraud, prison would be in the picture. Given his financial resources he would be considered a flight risk I would think. So bail might not be allowed. He will fight the extradition for sure. Perhaps during this time he will settle.
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    Carl
    Nice rebound in after hours. HPE seems fairly valued with real earnings, so I think they should not suffer like the over priced high flying tech companies.
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    Blam
    will it renew all time high this year?
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    Seabrook
    Is there any reason to suspect the last three days' rise is foreshadowing a takeover bid?
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    ALFRED
    I definitely think 2022 is the year for HPE. As Greg said, Stephanie Link has sold a lot of her FANGs and gone into HPE and CSCO....I am sure many other fund managers have as well. Would LOVE to see us bought out by a bigger cloud player - THAT'S THE ONLY WAY THEY'RE GONNA CHANGE THE NAME OF THIS COMPANY!
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    Carl
    HPE seems to be defying the analysts. The company is very positive and I believe buying back shares. Analysts are not as optimistic, but the market has been saying otherwise. I feel comfortable holding my couple thousand shares.
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    Greg M.
    Selling at a 7 PE, 3% yield, buying back stock n accelerating revenues! 2022 will be the year for HPE!
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    Pete
    This old tech stock is up over 50% in one year. It recovered a bit after getting smashed. Old tech with a dividend. Rates go up and the dividend becomes less attractive. Sell now while up …you’ll see!!!
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    Blam
    hpe is getting exposed to wider range of investors and traders.
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    Darr
    Only thing left to do is raise the dividend to $0.52 or $0.54 per year.
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    Greg M.
    Did I just hear HPE being added to one of the industries?