Infosys Technologies Ltd.

INFY-N

NYSE:INFY

9.35
0.28 (3.09%)
Infosys Limited is an Indian multinational corporation that provides business consulting, information technology and outsourcing services. It has its headquarters in Bengaluru, India.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
December 11, 2019
It had a recent dip in share values, so it is a good entry level. They have bought back 5% of its shares. The business is re-accelerating and outsourcing will continue to fuel their business model. Yield 2.24% (Analysts’ price target is $10.95)
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It had a recent dip in share values, so it is a good entry level. They have bought back 5% of its shares. The business is re-accelerating and outsourcing will continue to fuel their business model. Yield 2.24% (Analysts’ price target is $10.95)
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 26, 2019
Thinks we are going to see low interests rates in the next 18 months. It's going to be a constructive environment for low beta - low valuation tick. Has a $3B buyback in process. Paid a special dividend last year. Very very strong balance sheet. Safe and steady story. A cheaper version of Accenture. (Analysts’ price target is $11.20)
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Thinks we are going to see low interests rates in the next 18 months. It's going to be a constructive environment for low beta - low valuation tick. Has a $3B buyback in process. Paid a special dividend last year. Very very strong balance sheet. Safe and steady story. A cheaper version of Accenture. (Analysts’ price target is $11.20)
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 8, 2018
(A Top Pick Oct 13/17, Up 29%) Indian outsourcing company. $ 50 billion market cap. They benefit from the developed world IT outsourcing. Similar work that IBM is doing.
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(A Top Pick Oct 13/17, Up 29%) Indian outsourcing company. $ 50 billion market cap. They benefit from the developed world IT outsourcing. Similar work that IBM is doing.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 4, 2018

This is an Indian outsourcing company. The question is whether it can get things done cheaper than anyone else. They don’t do anything special, though they have executed well. He cautions that Indian companies and many other emerging market companies do not have the governance rules that American and Canadian investors have come to expect. Infosys is a huge player but its CFO recently left and there has been other management turnover. He does not see this as positive. This stock has had a big recent run, but this is not a growth stock like Amazon or Google. He would not invest at this price.

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This is an Indian outsourcing company. The question is whether it can get things done cheaper than anyone else. They don’t do anything special, though they have executed well. He cautions that Indian companies and many other emerging market companies do not have the governance rules that American and Canadian investors have come to expect. Infosys is a huge player but its CFO recently left and there has been other management turnover. He does not see this as positive. This stock has had a big recent run, but this is not a growth stock like Amazon or Google. He would not invest at this price.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 11, 2018

(A Top Pick July 7/17 Up 19%) The Trump Administration made this a better business as outsourcing became back in fashion. They have more cash flow than debt, a good balance sheet, and an attractive dividend profile. It may be a bit toppy here, but still some upside.

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(A Top Pick July 7/17 Up 19%) The Trump Administration made this a better business as outsourcing became back in fashion. They have more cash flow than debt, a good balance sheet, and an attractive dividend profile. It may be a bit toppy here, but still some upside.

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PAST TOP PICK
December 20, 2017

(A Top Pick July 7/17. Up 7.81%.) Bought this on the back of the Trump's Pro US/anti-everybody else campaign. A lot of tech sold off. This one dropped dramatically. It’s net cash, meaning there is more cash than debt. The last quarter they grew revenues by 25%. Have been growing revenues and earnings by double digits for the last 15 years. On Nov 1 they started a $2 billion share buyback. He is still buying for new clients.

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(A Top Pick July 7/17. Up 7.81%.) Bought this on the back of the Trump's Pro US/anti-everybody else campaign. A lot of tech sold off. This one dropped dramatically. It’s net cash, meaning there is more cash than debt. The last quarter they grew revenues by 25%. Have been growing revenues and earnings by double digits for the last 15 years. On Nov 1 they started a $2 billion share buyback. He is still buying for new clients.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 13, 2017

An IT outsourcing company. When Mr. Trump got into power, the first thing he did was to bash all the foreigners, and a lot of the stocks, plus some of the tech stocks, were heavily reliant on this sector. Historically, it has had a very, very strong record of growing earnings something like 20% for 15 years. Very, very strong balance sheet. On Nov 1, they come into a $2 billion share buyback. Dividend yield of 2.7%. (Analysts’ price target is $15.50.)

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An IT outsourcing company. When Mr. Trump got into power, the first thing he did was to bash all the foreigners, and a lot of the stocks, plus some of the tech stocks, were heavily reliant on this sector. Historically, it has had a very, very strong record of growing earnings something like 20% for 15 years. Very, very strong balance sheet. On Nov 1, they come into a $2 billion share buyback. Dividend yield of 2.7%. (Analysts’ price target is $15.50.)

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 11, 2017

(A Top Pick July 7/17. Down 0.95%.) If you ignore the last year or so, the stock had a fabulous run for about 15 years with double digit growth rates. Over a 3-5 year timeframe, he expects there will be a $2 billion share buyback announced, and the dividend should get increased. He is still buying this for clients.

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(A Top Pick July 7/17. Down 0.95%.) If you ignore the last year or so, the stock had a fabulous run for about 15 years with double digit growth rates. Over a 3-5 year timeframe, he expects there will be a $2 billion share buyback announced, and the dividend should get increased. He is still buying this for clients.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 7, 2017

An Indian outsourcing IT company. If you are a large US bank, and need your Visa system incorporated with a new bank you have just acquired, you get a company like this. The stock has had a fabulous run for the last 20 years, but since Pres. Trump got into power, and looking to turn America into “America for Americans” to keep foreigners out, that has impacted the whole IT outsourcing segment, so the stock is down 25%. There is a $2 billion buy share back in the works. Dividend yield of 2.6%. (Analysts’ price target is $15.)

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An Indian outsourcing IT company. If you are a large US bank, and need your Visa system incorporated with a new bank you have just acquired, you get a company like this. The stock has had a fabulous run for the last 20 years, but since Pres. Trump got into power, and looking to turn America into “America for Americans” to keep foreigners out, that has impacted the whole IT outsourcing segment, so the stock is down 25%. There is a $2 billion buy share back in the works. Dividend yield of 2.6%. (Analysts’ price target is $15.)

COMMENT
COMMENT
February 2, 2017

She likes IT outsourcing. There are 3 of them including TCS Consulting (TCS-T), Cognizant (CTSH-Q) and this one. She doesn’t currently own Infosys or Cognizant because of Trump. There is chatter around the H1B Visa, which typically affects any skilled worker, especially in the Tech sector. She is a little concerned what effect this might have on the business model. Also, even before Trump, there had been a decline in their revenue backlog. The stock is not cheap enough for her to get involved yet.

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She likes IT outsourcing. There are 3 of them including TCS Consulting (TCS-T), Cognizant (CTSH-Q) and this one. She doesn’t currently own Infosys or Cognizant because of Trump. There is chatter around the H1B Visa, which typically affects any skilled worker, especially in the Tech sector. She is a little concerned what effect this might have on the business model. Also, even before Trump, there had been a decline in their revenue backlog. The stock is not cheap enough for her to get involved yet.

HOLD
HOLD
September 30, 2016

She likes this as a long-term market leading play on IT outsourcing. There has been a little bit of noise and concern about renewals of contracts with the potential of expanding into other verticals. The stock is down 25%, but she is not too concerned. Trading at around 16X earnings, which is very attractive. Dividend yield of 3.8%.

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She likes this as a long-term market leading play on IT outsourcing. There has been a little bit of noise and concern about renewals of contracts with the potential of expanding into other verticals. The stock is down 25%, but she is not too concerned. Trading at around 16X earnings, which is very attractive. Dividend yield of 3.8%.

COMMENT
COMMENT
March 18, 2016

(Market Call Minute.) Indian software company. A good, longer-term play. India continues to be an attractive market.

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(Market Call Minute.) Indian software company. A good, longer-term play. India continues to be an attractive market.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 18, 2014

Software. Thinks they are going to have a pretty substantive move based on money flowing into India as well as having had a bad quarter. It will be good going forward.

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Software. Thinks they are going to have a pretty substantive move based on money flowing into India as well as having had a bad quarter. It will be good going forward.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 4, 2006
This is an Indian company that out sources a lot of technology. Not cheap, but will continue to grow. Competition is growing.
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This is an Indian company that out sources a lot of technology. Not cheap, but will continue to grow. Competition is growing.
BUY
BUY
July 10, 2006
Indian outsourcing company. A great company. Outsourcing is going to be an ongoing trend for some time and this is a leader.
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Indian outsourcing company. A great company. Outsourcing is going to be an ongoing trend for some time and this is a leader.
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