NASDAQ:DOX

62.32
0.73 (1.15%)
Amdocs is a multinational corporation headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri, with support and development centers located worldwide.
More at Wikipedia

Analysis and Opinions about DOX-Q

Signal
Opinion
Expert
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 8, 2017

One theme she really likes is a company that provides products and services that other companies simply can't live without. This company is so ingrained with other businesses processes. They work with AT&T, BCE, Telus, Rogers and Vodafone. Do back-end billing, making sure you are getting charged what you are supposed to be charged for all the services and back end functions. A great stock.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
November 8, 2017

One theme she really likes is a company that provides products and services that other companies simply can't live without. This company is so ingrained with other businesses processes. They work with AT&T, BCE, Telus, Rogers and Vodafone. Do back-end billing, making sure you are getting charged what you are supposed to be charged for all the services and back end functions. A great stock.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 24, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 9/17. Up 13%.) One of his favourite companies, because their business is so sticky and they generate a tremendous amount of cash flow. Supplies all the billing and back-office support for telecom and cable companies. Switching costs are very high. They have no debt and generate a tremendous amount of cash flow. Grows their dividend at a nice clip every year.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
October 24, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 9/17. Up 13%.) One of his favourite companies, because their business is so sticky and they generate a tremendous amount of cash flow. Supplies all the billing and back-office support for telecom and cable companies. Switching costs are very high. They have no debt and generate a tremendous amount of cash flow. Grows their dividend at a nice clip every year.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 19, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 9/17. Up 8%.) Provides the back office and billing support for many global wireless carriers. AT&T (T-N) is a 30% customer, so when you get a bill from AT&T, this company is providing that and doing all the support behind the scenes. Has a recurring revenue and generates a lot of cash flow. Has no debt on the balance sheet. For the last 10 years, they’ve been buying back stock at 4% annually. Trading at about 14X earnings. Have grown the dividend about 30% annually for the last couple of years.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
May 19, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 9/17. Up 8%.) Provides the back office and billing support for many global wireless carriers. AT&T (T-N) is a 30% customer, so when you get a bill from AT&T, this company is providing that and doing all the support behind the scenes. Has a recurring revenue and generates a lot of cash flow. Has no debt on the balance sheet. For the last 10 years, they’ve been buying back stock at 4% annually. Trading at about 14X earnings. Have grown the dividend about 30% annually for the last couple of years.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 9, 2017

(A Top Pick May 24/16. Up 10%.) This is just consolidating some good performance. She likes this because it is so central to wireless companies as they merge with cable and Internet companies. Thinks this will continue to do well.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
May 9, 2017

(A Top Pick May 24/16. Up 10%.) This is just consolidating some good performance. She likes this because it is so central to wireless companies as they merge with cable and Internet companies. Thinks this will continue to do well.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 9, 2017

His favourite company that no one knows about. A $9 billion dollar company that does billing for telecom operators. Switching costs are very, very high. It has a 1.3% dividend yield, which has grown 15% annually for 3 years and they have bought back stock for 10 years. 80% of their business is recurring revenue. (Analysts’ target: $ 63.11).

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
February 9, 2017

His favourite company that no one knows about. A $9 billion dollar company that does billing for telecom operators. Switching costs are very, very high. It has a 1.3% dividend yield, which has grown 15% annually for 3 years and they have bought back stock for 10 years. 80% of their business is recurring revenue. (Analysts’ target: $ 63.11).

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 17, 2017

(Top Pick Feb 19/16, Up 4.26%) She is not happy with the return over the last year. There are concerns about AT&T spending. But they are doing interesting things on the networking side. She likes companies that other companies can’t live without. She thinks there will be a lot more penetration to telecoms globally. They have a 7% free cash flow yield.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
January 17, 2017

(Top Pick Feb 19/16, Up 4.26%) She is not happy with the return over the last year. There are concerns about AT&T spending. But they are doing interesting things on the networking side. She likes companies that other companies can’t live without. She thinks there will be a lot more penetration to telecoms globally. They have a 7% free cash flow yield.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
May 24, 2016

This company does the back end for a lot of the telco companies and the cable companies. When you had your 1st cell phone, you had minutes, but now you can bundle with half your office plus your grandmother, etc. It is so complicated trying to figure out how much data you are using and what you are getting billed for, and this company puts all that together. AT&T is their big customer. Dividend yield of 1.36%.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
May 24, 2016

This company does the back end for a lot of the telco companies and the cable companies. When you had your 1st cell phone, you had minutes, but now you can bundle with half your office plus your grandmother, etc. It is so complicated trying to figure out how much data you are using and what you are getting billed for, and this company puts all that together. AT&T is their big customer. Dividend yield of 1.36%.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 19, 2016

A leading provider of billings and customer management services to telco providers. They are really global. Their specialty is with the complexity of product offerings increasing. This past quarter they announced a number of good contract wins. Have a little bit of a headwind with AT&T delaying a little bit of spend in the US, but the trends behind this kind of a story are strong on a multiyear period. Dividend yield of 1.35%.

Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
February 19, 2016

A leading provider of billings and customer management services to telco providers. They are really global. Their specialty is with the complexity of product offerings increasing. This past quarter they announced a number of good contract wins. Have a little bit of a headwind with AT&T delaying a little bit of spend in the US, but the trends behind this kind of a story are strong on a multiyear period. Dividend yield of 1.35%.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 9, 2001
Expects a lot of growth
Show full opinionHide full opinion
Amdocs (DOX-Q)
January 9, 2001
Expects a lot of growth
Showing 1 to 9 of 9 entries
  • «
  • 1
  • »

Amdocs(DOX-Q) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 0

Stockchase rating for Amdocs is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Amdocs(DOX-Q) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Amdocs stock symbol?

Amdocs is a American stock, trading under the symbol DOX-Q on the NASDAQ (DOX). It is usually referred to as NASDAQ:DOX or DOX-Q

Is Amdocs a buy or a sell?

In the last year, there was no coverage of Amdocs published on Stockchase.

Is Amdocs a good investment or a top pick?

Amdocs was recommended as a Top Pick by Jennifer Radman on 2017-11-08. Read the latest stock experts ratings for Amdocs.

Why is Amdocs stock dropping?

Earnings reports or recent company news can cause the stock price to drop. Read stock experts’ recommendations for help on deciding if you should buy, sell or hold the stock.

Is Amdocs worth watching?

In the last year, there was no coverage of Amdocs published on Stockchase.

What is Amdocs stock price?

On 2020-05-29, Amdocs (DOX-Q) stock closed at a price of $62.315.