40% Undervalued, Xerox A Possible Tak...

40% Undervalued, Xerox A Possible Takeover Target For Dell, HP

There are 7 comments on the Seeking Alpha story from Apr 27, 2012, titled 40% Undervalued, Xerox A Possible Takeover Target For Dell, HP. In it, Seeking Alpha reports that:

In this article, I will run you through a DCF model on Xerox and argue why the company could and should be taken over by either Dell , Hewlett Packard or other companies looking to expand operations in business process outsourcing .

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Terry

Temecula, CA

#1 Apr 27, 2012
More likely a take over target of a dumpster. Ms. Burns has out sourced sevice and engineering. The only new products come from Japan and she has laid off thousands to increase profits. Xerox does not do reasearch and development for new products or provide service and support for what they have. They only sell stuff. Eating your young is not a good business model but those at the top will get their golden parachute.
Raj at Earth

Bellflower, CA

#2 Oct 26, 2012
In my openion, HP is a takeover target for either IBM or Microsoft.

IBM to buy HPQ

DELL to buy XRX

ACN to buy CSC
Raj at Earth

Bellflower, CA

#3 Oct 26, 2012
MSFT to buy YHOO

AAPL to buy GOOG

INFY to buy CTSH

Tata Consultancy to buy WIT

SNE to buy PC
Raj at Earth

Bellflower, CA

#4 Oct 26, 2012
JNJ to buy BSX.

MDT to buy STJ.

WFC to buy BAC.

JPM to buy C.
Raj at Earth

Bellflower, CA

#5 Oct 26, 2012
Big mergers coming soon. Lots of them. The result is even larger companies. Still you have to work 9 to 5. Still you will get a half hour to an hour for your lunch break. Still there will be 401K plans. Still you will get a paycheck. Still most of it will be the same damm thing.
Raj at Earth

Bellflower, CA

#6 Oct 26, 2012
Xerox is not undervalued. It used to be very overvalued.

Sony 12 Billion dollars
Panasonic 14 Billion dollars
Hewlette Packard 28 Billion dollars
Dell 16 Billion dollars
Xerox 9 Billion dollars

All of these companies are down 70% or more from their highs. Don't catch a falling knife.

Google, Apple, Amazon, Priceline and othere are doing now what these companies were doing in the year 2000. Remember, the Nasdaq crashed back in 2000 from a high of 5000 to 1000. The best thing that can happen for the individual investor, is for the stock market to crash, 1929 style. You will get a fair deal that way.
Investor

Bellflower, CA

#7 Nov 2, 2012
Xerox and team down again.

HPQ down.

Dell down.

PC down.

Sony down.

Sharp down.

The whole industry is down.

Even Apple has broken 200 day moving average.

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