International Business Machines Corp (IBM)

IBM (NYSE:Computer Software & Services) EQUITY
$159.78
pos +1.70
+1.10%
Today's Range: 158.06 - 159.79 | IBM Avg Daily Volume: 3,277,900
Last Update: 09/30/16 - 1:15 PM EDT
Volume: 1,375,588
YTD Performance: 14.89%
Open: $158.79
Previous Close: $158.11
52 Week Range: $116.90 - $165.00
Oustanding Shares: 955,844,217
Market Cap: 151,300,581,109
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TheStreet Ratings Grade for IBM
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A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- F
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Analysts Ratings
Historical Rec Current 1 Mo. Ago 2 Mo. Ago 3 Mo. Ago
Strong Buy 4 4 5 5
Moderate Buy 2 2 2 2
Hold 10 9 9 8
Moderate Sell 1 1 1 1
Strong Sell 2 2 2 2
Mean Rec. 2.74 2.72 2.63 2.61
Latest Dividend: 1.40
Latest Dividend Yield: 3.54%
Dividend Ex-Date: 08/08/16
Price Earnings Ratio: 12.83
Price Earnings Comparisons:
IBM Sector Avg. S&P 500
12.83 12.90 12.90
Price Performance History (%Change):
3 Mo 1 Yr 3 Y
6.50% 10.98% -15.41%
GROWTH 12 Mo 3 Yr CAGR
Revenue -11.90 -0.20 -0.08
Net Income 9.70 -0.20 -0.07
EPS 12.80 -0.10 -0.02
Earnings for IBM:
EBITDA 18.86B
Revenue 81.74B
Average Earnings Estimates
Qtr (09/16) Qtr (12/16) FY (12/16) FY (12/17)
Average Estimate $3.21 $4.98 $13.51 $14.00
Number of Analysts 9 8 11 11
High Estimate $3.40 $5.10 $13.57 $14.53
Low Estimate $3.11 $4.78 $13.44 $12.95
Prior Year $3.34 $4.84 $14.92 $13.51
Growth Rate (Year over Year) -3.76% 2.94% -9.48% 3.70%
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Doug Kass

 | Sep 28, 2016 | 5:29 PM EDT
The U.S. dollar flat-lined. The price of crude oil increased by $2 a barrel to $46.67 on the OPEC chatter, previously mentioned. Gold fell by $4.60 to $1,325 ... not trading well. Agricultural commodities mostly lower: wheat was down $0.02, corn down $0.02, soybeans down $0.07 and oats down $0.01. Lumber up $1. Bonds were unchanged, with little movement in yields. The 10-year yield was up 1, and the long bond was flat. 2s/10s (yield curve) flat at 81 basis points. Municipals flat, but junk bond prices ripped after OPEC and closed much higher on the day. Blackstone/GSO Strategic Credit Fund (BGB) rose $0.13 to nearly $15. I would sell this strength. Banks rallied despite the lousy publicity: Congressional uproar and California state's temporary cancellation of its business relationship with Wells Fargo. More in my opening missive. The canary in the coal mine, DB, rallied after weeks of weakness. My view? Neidermeyer, dead. Deutsch Bank (DB) dead.  REITs fell small, after broad gains in the last few days. I added to my iShares Dow Jones US Real Estate ETF (IYR) short. Insurance and brokerages rallied -- albeit modestly. Staying long HIG and short Morgan Stanley (MS) , Goldman Sachs (GS) , Metlife (MET) and Lincoln National (LNC) . Biotech under-performed. Allergan (AGN) , Gilead Sciences (
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Eric Jhonsa

 | Sep 22, 2016 | 6:31 PM EDT
Cisco's latest tie-up with a major tech company will yield integrated software and IoT solutions. Microsoft, Oracle and others appear to be in the...
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Doug Kass

 | Sep 21, 2016 | 7:23 AM EDT
His weak supervision and continued lack of accountability towards a problem that was likely systemic to the institution, His flatly denying and dismissing the notion that "cross selling" was at the core of management's objectives in order to improve profitability and get a higher stock price. That looks like a bald-faced lie as Wells Fargo allegedly cheated customers, The absence of a timely disclosure of an allegedly material fraudulent act, which was initially uncovered not by management but by the Los Angeles press, The fact that a senior member of management (whose principle responsibility was to supervise retail operations) has received a severance package greater than $100 million, without any apparent management consideration of a "clawback," That 5,300 low-paid employees have been let go and blamed by senior management as being "dishonest." Stumpf's explanation was that "they were talking to one another" -- and at a time when there were apparently no senior management firings entertained, Generally patronizing and poorly informed, even superficial, responses to the Congressional committee this morning, which largely hid behind a legal defense (e.g. his statements that "I am not on the compensation committee" or too many "I don't have that answer right now."). Watch What They Do, Not What They Say Unfortunately, not much in our domestic banking system has changed despite the lessons learned from the Great Recession of 2007-09, a time in which the global financial system almost went bankrupt. It is time for Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) to have a sit-down with the CEO of Wells Fargo (which is part of Jim Cramer's Action Alert PLUS). Stated simply, it is time for John G. Stumpf to go. I am avoiding Wells Fargo shares. Avoid Wells Fargo SEP 15, 2016 : 8:43 AM EDT "Everything we do is built on trust. It doesn't happen with one transaction, in one day on the job or in one quarter. It's earned relationship by relationship." --Wells Fargo's Visions and Values I promised several subscribers in the Comments Section that I would offer my views on Wells Fargo's (WFC) shares and on its management. The later will be a subject of a coming post that will include my reaction to CEO John Stumpf's weak defense on Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's "Mad Money" show. (Hint: The responsible members of senior management and of the board of directors should be forced out of the bank, post haste). Let me distill my view on WFC stock into one word: avoid. Wells Fargo's premium valuation is likely to be impaired over a period of time from the discovery of nearly two million fraudulent accounts. I have never really understood the premium valuation of the bank. To be sure, Wells Fargo has a vast and dominant franchise and deposit base. It is involved in one out of every three mortgages in the U.S. But, given that over the last five years the company's pretax income (before loan loss provisions) has made no progress, others may now question that premium valuation. Importantly, given the broad involvement of more than 5,000 employees, I would not be surprised if more untoward transactions were uncovered in discovery in the next several months, which would provide a further case for a contraction in the bank's valuation. Bottom line, I would stick with Bank of America (BAC) or Citigroup (C) if one is interested in exposure to the banking space. Buffett Will Likely Soon Break His Silence on Wells Fargo "Lose money for the firm and I will be understanding. Lose a shred of reputation for the firm and I will be ruthless." --Warren Buffett, Salomon Brothers congressional testimony And here is a contrary thought. Given the si
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Eric Jhonsa

 | Sep 20, 2016 | 6:33 PM EDT
The social networking giant has unveiled many hardware designs in recent years. Its purchase of startup Nascent Objects could help it create future...
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Tim Melvin

 | Sep 15, 2016 | 1:00 PM EDT
Contrary to popular opinion, the so-called Fintech Revolution is not going to do away with traditional banking services.
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Doug Kass

 | Sep 15, 2016 | 11:30 AM EDT
Its premium valuation was hard to understand even before the massive discovery of fraudulent accounts; now it's time to be even more wary.
By

Doug Kass

 | Sep 15, 2016 | 8:43 AM EDT
"Everything we do is built on trust. It doesn't happen with one transaction, in one day on the job or in one quarter. It's earned relationship by relationship."
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Timothy Collins

 | Sep 11, 2016 | 8:00 PM EDT
Often, pictures speak louder than words.
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David Katz

 | Sep 9, 2016 | 7:00 AM EDT
If and when interest rates go up, this basket of stocks should continue to do well.
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By

Doug Kass

 | Sep 8, 2016 | 5:05 PM EDT
The US Dollar weakened. The price of crude oil gapped nearly $2 per barrel higher to $47.42. Stocks continued to decouple and a trend of disassociation between stocks and energy product prices might be in place. Gold down $7.70 after the big climb yesterday, closing at $1341. Agricultural commodities prices muted today. Wheat was up $3, corn gained $5, soybeans rose $1 and oats gained $3. Lumber flatlined. Bonds had a dramatic move, breaking out of their recent yield range. The yield curve steepened. (See comments above.) Municipals and junk bonds were for sale. Blackstone/GSO Strategic Credit Fund (BGB) down a few pennies and closed-end muni bond funds hit with modest profit taking. Banks were slight higher. The media was a bit hyperbolic in their characterization of financial strength. I was actually disappointed given the weakness in bond prices. I remain short the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF)  The same observation applies to brokerages and insurance. Auto stocks lower, led by Trade of the Week GM (GM) (short) to a weekly low and now nearly 2% to the good from Tuesday. Old tech weak, led by IBM (IBM) and Cisco (CSCO) . Energy stocks responded well to higher crude. I remain short Sclumberger (SLB) and ExxonMobil (XOM) , small. Biotech was uninspiring despite a better day at Allergan (AGN) (which made a promise to hold back drug prices). Retail was a downside feature, as I highlighted in my Diary. Ag equipment lower. (T)FANG looks a bit weary -- especially of a Tesla (TSLA) kind (brokerage downgrade) on my Best Ideas List. (-$4) TSLA needs to raise capital (a constant theme of mine). Helps to explain the brokerage community's love for the shares despite the inexplicable valuation. It's a fee-generator for investment bankers! Starbucks (SBUX) closed at day's low (off by more than a beaner) and Radian (RDN) at a new high (above $14, +40% in two months). Apple (AAPL) went sour (by almost $3) Hartford (HIG)  -- after an outsized rise yesterday -- got hit today. DuPont (DD) DuLlovely. Here are some value-added contributions on our site today: Jim "El Capitan" says stay calm on Apache. Ben Cross on the double-play combination of Draghi and Yellen  Robert "Not Rita" Moreno on TBT (Note: Be careful of leveraged ETFs like TBT -- poor tracking and premium decay) Sham Gad on CMG -- "it will take time."  He makes some very good points. James Passeri analyzes the possible collateral damage done by Tractor Supply, Home Depot and others.  
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