Source: HP Is “the Epitome of a Value Trap” After “Embarrassing Debacle”: Ritholtz

Category: Valuation, Video

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2 Responses to “HP is “Epitome of a Value Trap””

  1. Great remarks!

    If only value investors deigned to heed a 200 days MA, they’d be on the safe side of investments.

  2. howardoark says:

    Bearing in mind BR’s definition of a stock that’s down 90% ( a stock that was down 80% and then got cut in half) I put 1.5% of my portfolio in the, now down 80% from it’s all time high, HPQ on Tuesday. It’s yielding close to 4.5%, generated $5 a share of free cash flow in the last 12 months, appears to have a pretty safe dividend and probably is worth a lot more broken up than it is as a conglomerate.