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Xerox Holdings Corporation (XRX)

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15.82-0.40 (-2.47%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
15.90 +0.08 (+0.51%)
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    Fritz
    I wouldn’t buy this stock. The dividend isn’t sustainable. They bought my company 10 years ago. While the industry is clearly in slow decline they’ve managed to destroy my former company. Currently it is about 1/3 the size it was when I sold it. All the good people have left! All customer contact has been outsourced to providers that don’t know anything about the business. Service request are taking weeks to complete. Customer defections are accelerating! The end is near!
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    Dona
    up, uP, UP!!! $12 By Friday!!!!!
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    Richard Nguyen
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    NYSE
    Anyone out there?
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    Anita
    Why the 50 cent drop today ?
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    Dona
    up, uP, UP!!! $!@ By Friday!!!!!
  • D
    DigitalRobberBarons
    swing trade this dog. Buy low, collect the dividend, sell high and then repeat again when it falls. To make more money short at the next high too, but the div eliminates some of your short gains.
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    Kenneth
    Carl Icahn buying meaningful quantities lately. What does he know?
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    Buddy
    XRX has not moved significantly one way or the other for decades.
    Holding shares strictly for the dividend for as long as they pay it.
    Glad to get the money 4-times a year.
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    Barnacle Barney
    $4.5 Billion in debt, nearly twice the market cap. That's never a good sign. Xerox is almost as relevant as Kodak.
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    NESBITH III Ph.D
    Staggering debt and losing money at the same time is a recipe for disaster.
    For the shareholders that is.

    Should the losses continue in one scenario they can reorganize and eliminate their crippling debt load and survive as a company.
    Not so rosy for the current shareholders when they declare all current shares null and void then issue new shares.
    Any company with staggering debt and losing money is extremely high risk.
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    NESBITH III Ph.D
    We see absolutely no justification here for a double digit multiple anymore.
    Estimates now lowered to $1.27 now so that puts the maximum fair value at $12.70 or lower.
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    anon
    1. Eliminate all non-technical training (e.g. get rid of anything that doesn't specifically relate to skills-that includes diversity, soft skills, leadership etc). Once the company is profitable, they can be added back. Company is acting like it is the XRX of 25 years ago
    2. Hiring should be ALL MERIT based
    3. Bonuses and pay increases ONLY for performance. Get rid of the dead wood and any "special" hires. Want someone out? No bonus or pay increase -that will do the trick
    4. Labor relations people at XRX are too union positive. Get out the dead wood. Develop a strategy for decertifying the unions. Hire HR people who have been successful in non-union environments-NO BIG COMPANY HR people
    5. With people working at home, there will be less media and large equipment sold. Exit low performing techs. Focus on software/software engineers
    6. Break up the Rochester family-overspend, protect poor employees is the motto there.

    Run XRX like a PE firm would-not like a woke, socialist bloated mgmt of the past
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    Raymond
    The only thing I care about is the dividend. If it’s safe I will buy more shares on the dip. My average cost is 17.35. In the statement they say they are only using 50% of free cash flow for the dividend. What do you guys think about the safety of the dividend?
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    NESBITH III Ph.D
    Simple math tells you the payout ratio is much too high now and has to come down now that they are losing money.
    How can they payout $1 in dividends when their profitability will only likely be $1 for this year.
    A 100% payout ratio is extremely unwise and should never happen.
    I expect the dividend to be at least cut in half and should really be totally eliminated until/if stronger profitability returns.
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    Mr. Murdock
    Oversold and grossly undervalued here, but thx for the cheap shares!!! Swooooop!
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    Denis
    Will they cut the dividend?
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    NESBITH III Ph.D
    A SURPRISE ADJUSTED LOSS?
    Oh my oh my,my,my.
    Now that they are losing money on an adjusted basis there is no botttom.
    Single digits here we come.