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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar

    Hot Large Cap Tech Stocks !!!

    Hey guys,

    I cover large cap tech stocks on a daily basis in my day job so it made sense to create a thread with tips and strategies relevant for binary trading.

    http://forums.binaryoptionsthatsuck....ok-(FB)-thread

    Thanks,

    Vinayak

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    HPQ Should be Good for Weekly and Monthly Calls

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    HP was hit badly after CEO Whitman's comments during the analyst day back in October; falling to a 9-year low. Since then the stock has rallied to be trading now at $20.15 a share.

    A close look at the price and efficiency ratios leads me to believe that HPQ is undervalued. A sentiment shared by many Wall Street analysts.

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    Specialist Member marvel's Avatar
    Yes, vinayakm! HPQ is climbing faster than ever and now it is almost 80% higher than the end of November last year levels. This is a good point to analyze additionally is it undervalued. It performed better than the other US stocks, but I am not so good in financial analyzes to confirm it is undervalued. Could you give us some more information? Why are you thinking it is undervalued?

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    It's the price ratios (P/B - 1.39, P/E - 7.67 when last reported) that are so far below the industry averages that are pointing me towards believing in the undervalued scenario. I know it could be because the financials are bad that we are seeing low efficiency ratios and price ratios. That may very well be true, but the recent earnings report came out good and HP is making the right moves for a turnaround.

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    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    Apple and Google take divergent paths on Wall Street
    Last year, Apple was heading for a $1,000 stock price. Now it's Google, as the two tech giants battle to win the hearts and minds of users on the go and in the cloud.

    Apple is not undervalued yet. It may be fairly valued at this point. The problem is, fairly valued and sitting on tons of cash is not going to support rising stock valuations.

    Google is probably overvalued, but there are still no road blocks in the way of their future earnings growth, and stock prices are forward looking.

    If China suddenly mandates a locally grown OS on all smartphones sold in China, that will ding the future earnings, but not that much, sense much of Google's business for advertising revenue is already constricted in China. The bigger issue is 'leakage' of competing mobile platforms from China to other developing markets.

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by vinayakm View Post
    It's the price ratios (P/B - 1.39, P/E - 7.67 when last reported) that are so far below the industry averages that are pointing me towards believing in the undervalued scenario. I know it could be because the financials are bad that we are seeing low efficiency ratios and price ratios. That may very well be true, but the recent earnings report came out good and HP is making the right moves for a turnaround.
    I want to point out some of the liquidity ratios here after I did a liquidity analysis on HPQ. The current ratio of 1.09 was the only one above 1 and this is not a good sign. The current ratio was below the industry average as was the case with other liquidity ratios: the quick ratio and the cash ratio. These ratios have been below the industry average for the past 5 years.

    It appears like HPQ might be having a bit of a liquidity crisis and this is not an encouraging sign for the value investors among us. However, binary option traders can take advantage of the recent bullish trend in the PC maker's stock.

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Ammeo View Post
    Apple and Google take divergent paths on Wall Street
    Last year, Apple was heading for a $1,000 stock price. Now it's Google, as the two tech giants battle to win the hearts and minds of users on the go and in the cloud.

    Apple is not undervalued yet. It may be fairly valued at this point. The problem is, fairly valued and sitting on tons of cash is not going to support rising stock valuations.

    Google is probably overvalued, but there are still no road blocks in the way of their future earnings growth, and stock prices are forward looking.

    If China suddenly mandates a locally grown OS on all smartphones sold in China, that will ding the future earnings, but not that much, sense much of Google's business for advertising revenue is already constricted in China. The bigger issue is 'leakage' of competing mobile platforms from China to other developing markets.
    Thanks for sharing this. Great update and insights!

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    Also want to drop a note here for all of you to check out my first article on BOTS: http://www.binaryoptionsthatsuck.com...till-the-king/

    Really pleased about this. I hope you get as much from it as I did writing it up. It was a fun experience and I look forward to doing more of the same.

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    Senior Member dorrian's Avatar
    Your article is great vinayakm! I wish you to write a lot more reviews of that kind
    Last edited by dorrian; 03-10-2013 at 09:43 PM.

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    Senior Member dorrian's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Ammeo View Post
    Apple and Google take divergent paths on Wall Street
    Last year, Apple was heading for a $1,000 stock price. Now it's Google, as the two tech giants battle to win the hearts and minds of users on the go and in the cloud.

    Apple is not undervalued yet. It may be fairly valued at this point. The problem is, fairly valued and sitting on tons of cash is not going to support rising stock valuations.

    Google is probably overvalued, but there are still no road blocks in the way of their future earnings growth, and stock prices are forward looking.

    If China suddenly mandates a locally grown OS on all smartphones sold in China, that will ding the future earnings, but not that much, sense much of Google's business for advertising revenue is already constricted in China. The bigger issue is 'leakage' of competing mobile platforms from China to other developing markets.
    Interesting insights! Thanks Ammeo!

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