Canada markets closed

Pearson plc (PSORF)

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
9.150.00 (0.00%)
At close: 12:48PM EDT

Yahoo Finance will soon be upgrading our Conversations message board platform to provide a better experience for our users. Only comments published since April 21, 2021 will be visible on Yahoo Finance after the upgrade. If you wish to download and save any of your older comments, please submit a request via the Privacy Dashboard by no later than Sept. 30.

Sign in to post a message.
  • L
    Loper
    Pearson CEO on student loan debt relief: It's a step in the right direction
    https://twitter.com/aktienboersen/status/1565198808094474241
  • T
    Theo
    I'm no longer waiting for the GRANT LOAN because I earn $58,000 from my 10,000 investment weekly
  • G
    Gary
    STARTING AN INVESTMENT IS ACTUALLY VERY EASY THE ONLY HASLLE IS FINDING RIGHT ONE FOR YOU,THE FUTURE IS CHANGING WE ALL NEED TO CHANGE WITH IT
  • K
    Krishna
    There is so silence on this stock which will move up fast in next 3 months with it's revised online strategy and new clients and partnerships. I have bought good amount of stocks at low value in last 1 week. I'm betting high on this stock and hope my analysis is correct... :-)
  • G
    Greenhorn
    It's very sad to see that Pearson management is not doing any press release to update on their progress, strategy and projections.
  • L
    Loper
    Pearson CEO: Our strategy to be 'location agnostic' moving forward

    https://twitter.com/aktienboersen/status/1519965224132038662
  • B
    Bob Geeeeeeez
    I worked at Pearson for about 20 years, in the first US acquisition with Addison Wesley, their crown jewel. We built a company that dominated education...17 Billion. Senior management under Marjorie and Peter was outatanding. The new Pearson is clueless and rudderless, no mission and a flawed vision.
  • D
    Dmitry
    Can anyone tell me why it is up? I mean... who am I asking anyway, it is just me and YF Insights bot.. Hey bot, any ideas???
  • D
    Dmitry
    A giant waking up?...
  • K
    Krishna
    The company is rebuilding its business by making all its learning resources "digital first". Penguin Random House from NY has bought major stake in Pearson.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/topics/cl86m2gm2w8t/pearson
    All the latest news about Pearson from the BBC
    All the latest news about Pearson from the BBC
    www.bbc.com
  • K
    Krishna
    Using Pearson VUE’s OnVUE online proctored testing software, PMP candidates can now take their exam online at their convenience.

    https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200416005135/en/PMI-Pearson-VUE-Offer-Online-Testing-Option
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    PSO reached a 52 Week low at 7.33
  • r
    ron
    I haven’t seen the stock since I own this hunk of junk 20 years ago. I just saw some ad for online earning on it underneath it said Pearson. I checked the stock and lo and behold it’s in the same stinking place it was. Probably worse. Is there a finally a reason to buy this dog?
  • T
    Tom
    Why did Pearson jump so much today??
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Pearson is down 5.26% to 8.11
  • G
    Greenhorn
    Good to see PSO finally moving up... I have high hopes from its digital offering!
  • B
    Bob Geeeeeeez
    They still have some fairytale vision of being a technology company and getting 70% margins, but it remains content quality, delivery, structure and sequence....curriculum. They don't understand this. They sold Powerschool which was their strongest tech play....so their mission and vision are both disingenuous!
  • I
    Investor
    We use the homeschooling product. It works surprisingly well. I attribute that to the Commonwealth education mindset. I am concerned Apollo will woke things up. Just stay independent and reap the benefits. (Even Goldman Sachs can't get its staff to come back--not until cargo shorts and slide sandals are business attire.)
  • M
    Matthias
    I would like to ask, if anyone in here followed the IPO of Coursera?
    I think, this stock did well for the last 12 months.
    Just the chart for the last 10 years looks horrible.
    What are the reasons for sales/revenues do go down for almost 10 years?