Canada markets close in 4 hours 58 minutes

TE Connectivity Ltd. (TEL)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
95.82-0.55 (-0.57%)
As of 11:02AM EDT. Market open.
Sign in to post a message.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    TE Connectivity reached a 52 Week high at 102.59
  • g
    grub
    I see the selloff as funds thinking that a big write-off is in the works for selling SubCom at a loss.
    They may regret their action though, because I'm thinking that the car industries expansion into more electric vehicles will largely offset that loss write-down.
  • B
    Bob
    Any possibility of TEL splitting? The stock is anywhere between double or even triple its historic trading range. If management wants to maximize shareholder value, having the price at a range that will generate more investors seems logical.
  • g
    grub
    The TEL C-suite executives play the market with options on their own company stock.
    They also sell every stock grant they receive in this game.
    Totally outrageous. They pressure the stock price downward in an ongoing basis.
  • S
    Stevie
    I've bemoaned "planted stories" before, and here is a new one. It tells of hedge funds dumping TEL shares. It shows a graph. How is it to our benefit to be told now. Its not. They've sold out, and are ready to buy back in. But they plant a story, to push the price lower, and they will jump back in, after you sell. It seems to happen all the time. Hedge funds don't invest. They manipulate, tell fake stories, and they cheat in order to maximize their gains. Call Cramer and ask him how they do it. Unless their extensive China manufacturing is going to mess it up. Even if it comes home, or to a friendly country, TEL will still make money. Just not quite as much. In my opinion. Stay safe.
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/hedge-funds-dumping-te-connectivity-010010965.html
  • S
    Stevie
    Simply Wall Street wonders if TEL's PE of 28 vs industry average of 21, means its time to sell. You wonder why they ddint say anything last Wednesday, when the PE was over 30. This is why I don't trust the market. Someone made a decision to release a story to put pressure on TEL. And you don't know who, or why, or if anyone paid them. We all know the big boys push stories to help exaggerate swings, so they can make more money during dips and rebounds, and so there are more dips and rebounds. Yeah the market can be wrought with danger, deceit, and downright illegal activity.
  • g
    grub
    Anybody know about how the First Sensor acquisition talks are going?
    Haven't heard anything in almost a month.
  • K
    KJJ
    Has anyone ever noticed how the insides list of TE basically has turned the stock gifts into a bank for them? Curtain's wage of over 1 million , add bonuses and stock option gifts (REALLY?) compensation is aroung 10 miilion. Thent take into account all the shares given to him at $0 per share or 1/2 the value of stock and then sold that same day for a unethical amount of profit. His yearly total is probably around 20 Million. Didn't want to add it all up. BUT, the real thief of the company has always been the old "retired CEO" Thomas Lynch, his options doubled his compensation his entire reign there. Net Worth of $115 Million. Hourly employees get a raise of maybe .50 to $1.00 per hour and the insiders get MILLIONS each month. This money should roll back into the company for better equipment and keeping plants in the US. Too much greed. Dennis Kozlowski (out of prison now) didn't rape the company like these people.
  • B
    Benpattan
    Anybody know why TEL sells for about 18X est. EPS while similar APH about 30X? TEL’s record is better, yield higher(?).
  • S
    Stevie
    TEL took Christmas off its calendar years ago. Had we another far left present, Wall Street would have taken Christmas off their calendar too. Don't worry, as globalization marches on, all of our customs and traditions will be taken from us. For we only have about 350 million votes out of 7 billion. Yeah, you think your gonna like globalism. Better think it through.
  • A
    AlexD
    TEL is much better performance than APH and higher dividends also.
  • g
    grub
    TEL should take the money received from SubCom and buy Germany's First Sensor.
  • T
    Theodore
    Tyco offshored most of its manufacturing to China, and devised an elaborate scheme to avoid paying federal tax.
  • S
    Stevie
    Here is Tom Wolfs list of businesses that must close now. You wonder why semiconductors are still allowed to be made, but not computers. Who will buy chips if they can't put it into a device. Looks like the buddy system at work, with Wolf rewarding companies that gave campaign contributions.https://www.mcall.com/coronavirus/mc-nws-coronavirus-essential-business-list-revised-20200320-qmw7cpxshrhcbmndxf2gqkja5e-story.html
  • g
    grub
    Too bad TE had to lower the sale price of SubCom so low in order to get rid of it.
    But, it gets rid of an albatross, hopefully it was the right decision.
  • S
    Stevie
    Yesterday, our Congress finally showed some backbone. Telling China that their human rights abuses do not sit well.
    Sadly, it was our Congress, who gave China their wealth, by passing laws making it profitable for US companies to hire foreign workers overseas, among other things. China is doing the abuses, Congress helped fund it, and so did TEL and hundreds of other companies who built plants there, and transferred technology to them.
    If human rights abuses bother you, don't just sell international funds that have Chinese stocks in them, sell US companies who are helping China fund their abusive behavior.
  • W
    Watchworth
    Tel is going to 60.
  • S
    Stevie
    TEL is doing nicely now. Reigning in spending. No longer building plants overseas and abandoning them. Yet they have a significant pension shortfall. The amount varies depending on the interest rate they use. Its been said they haven't been making the minimum payments as reqd by ERISA. I hope they are disclosing on their reports, these funding obligations, and I hope no one will be too surprised when they finally make one, and the profits are down that quarter.
  • g
    grub
    Second year in a row that Fortune Magazine has placed accolades on this company.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    TEL is up 6.80% to 107.55