Hewlett Packard HPE


Hewlett Packard $13.54

This company is at a fair value of $13.54, and has been on a steep decline in the past few weeks. We think it is a good time to grab a few dividend paying stocks that will continue to exist for the long term. Also we like their cybersecurity defender business as well as they are claiming it to be Artificially intelligent and can detect hackers/attackers. Covid and the world is shifting to digital and HP will do really well in this environment.


Hewlett Packard: HPE

The HP sign on computers is almost universal unless you are using an apple product or different computer. HP is what many companies use and they are at a bargain price for this new digital age in which computers will be needed in the personal office as well as the work office. The current models that HP offers are mobile and can go anywhere.

We think also that the risk to cyber will be higher thus the demand and value of that type of service will skyrocket in value. HP has a cyber security service that will be able to detect odd behaviors in company systems and protect from being hacked. We think this service will become a larger and larger revenue source as they will be able to advertise it and possibly get a bit of adoption from large companies.

Price Forecast:

We think they could go as low as $98 before going up, however, long term we think they will outperform the broader market.

Current Price: $13.54

Six Months: $16.00

This long time tech company will continue to push forward and make money by selling their computers and creating different high margin revenue streams with their AI capabilities. This one will most likely appreciate in the worst times and the best times.

Final thought on Heward Packard: If you are using a Heward packard computer and like it, it is most likely other’s like it as well. I personally use them all the time and enjoy their interface. A personal story is that I have actually held one from the beginning of college and am typing on it right now for this newsletter.

Disclosure: We do not own HPE securities/shares at the time of publication.


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