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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks This so-called “old tech” name has gained 52% in the past year. Surprising? Apple has climbed 36%. While FAANG has been stealing the spotlight, HPE has been making money. The company last reported on November 23 (Q3-2021): revenues climbed 9% YOY, adjusted earnings leapt 52% while both numbers beat expectations. Guidance was rosy, forecasting an 8-14% YOY increase in adjusted EPS for fiscal 2022, grounded in solid hardware sales for notebooks and PC's which amount to 71% of all revenues. A weak spot had to do with anything related to HP's printing division where revenues faded in Q4, up only 1%, sliding from 24% in Q3 and 28% in Q2. Also, chip shorrtages hitting the entire sector are a headwind. Read 3 Technology Stocks with Potential for our full analysis.
(A Top Pick Mar 26/19, Down 26%) They have done an excellent job and have a great yield. It is worth double where it is trading. It is a takeout candidate. He would stick with it and would rather they did not sell.
He does not follow this closely, but it has become involved in enterprise systems. Even though a lot can be produced offshore, they are in a very competitive environment. He thinks the brand is not the same it was 20 years ago. He would look elsewhere.
Corporate, not the consumer, part of Hewlett Packard. Sell services to global corporations. Extremely well run. Earnings have been moving up. Single-digit multiple. Good dividend, free cash flow being used to invest in the company to raise dividend and buy back shares. Compellingly cheap. Yield is 2.92%. (Analysts’ price target is $17.07)

He sees good value in this. Generally sees good value in tech. May not be everyone’s pick as emphasis is on services side and software. With the pull back over the last few weeks, it is not a bad entry point. A move into this name now should be considered a short term trade. It is not a long term hold.


(A Top Pick Aug 29/16. Up 19%.) Thinks this will continue to do well.


This gives a little more enterprise security, and has a little more growthier things going on than HPQ-N. Less dividend yield, but more growth. It is struggling through a bit of earnings growth right now, so be a little cautious.


HP-N was old tech. It split and HPE-N is up 40% in his fund already. Everyone is confused. This part is the cloud, security, etc. The old one is the contract manufacturer. HPE-N is at EBV whereas peers are multiples of this. 31% upside.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.(HPE-N) Rating

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On 2023-09-22, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE-N) stock closed at a price of $17.02.