IBM  International Business Machine...






Computer Manufacturing

Market Cap.


Vuru Grade


Current Price

-1.13 (-0.72%)

Growth Price

Overvalued by 33.66%

Stability Price

Overvalued by 32.80%

Company Metrics

  • P/E 12.6
  • P/S 1.86
  • P/B 9.48
  • EPS 12.3
  • Cash ROIC 20.85%
  • Cash Ratio 0.24
  • Dividend 5.6 / 3.6%
  • Avg. Vol. 3.41M
  • Shares 955.87M
  • Market Cap. 148.14B

Company Description

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) provides information technology (IT) products and services worldwide. Its Global Technology Services segment provides IT infrastructure and business process services, including strategic outsourcing, process, integrated technology, and maintenance services, as well as technology-based support services. The company's Global Business Services segment... more

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International Business Machines Corporation's Biggest Win in 2016 So Far
Motley Fool - Sep 20, 2016
Until recently, IBM (NYSE:IBM) shareholders were forced to be content with its stellar 3.6% dividend yield, because its stock was meandering, and it didn't appear as though it would ever gain traction.
3 Reasons International Business Machines Corporation Stock Could Fall
Motley Fool - Sep 17, 2016
So far, so good for shareholders of IBM (NYSE:IBM) in 2016. This year IBM stock has slowly but surely gathered momentum, climbing nearly 15% in 2016 as of the close of Sept.
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) Stake Reduced by Meyer Handelman Co.
The Cerbat Gem - Sep 24, 2016
Los Angeles Capital Management & Equity Research Inc. boosted its position in International Business Machines Corp. by 480.9% in the first quarter.
Academy Capital Management Inc. TX Has $14076000 Stake in International ... - Community Financial News
Better Buy: International Business Machines Corp. vs. McDonald's
Motley Fool - Sep 16, 2016
On the surface, IBM (NYSE:IBM) and McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) may not seem like they have much in common. One is a veteran tech company, while the other is a fast-food giant.
Better Buffett Buy: International Business Machines Corp. or Coca-Cola?
Motley Fool - Sep 13, 2016
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-B) holds a massive portfolio of stocks, but Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) and IBM (NYSE:IBM) are two of its largest holdings. Buffett started investing in Coca-Cola in 1988, after the crash of 1987 halted the company ...
Top Stories: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD), International Business ... - KC Register
International Business Machines Corp's Biggest Failure in 2016 So Far
Motley Fool - Sep 4, 2016
I recently discussed International Business Machines' (NYSE:IBM) business model and its three best moves in 2016.
International Business Machines Corp.: Can IBM Stock Sustain Its Dividend?
Income Investors - Sep 17, 2016
Is International Business Machines Corporation's (NYSE:IBM) dividend growth under threat? This is a crucial question for long-term investors in IBM stock as this technology giant tries to reinvent itself when demand for its desktop computers and big ...
International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) at $158.29: How much ... - Review Fortune
International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) Stock Technicals Hit ... - CML News
Will International Business Machines Corp. Raise Its Dividend in 2017?
Motley Fool - Aug 28, 2016
International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) last announced a dividend increase in April of this year, boosting its quarterly payout to $1.40 per share, an 8% increase.
IBM Stock: Can International Business Machines Corp. Crush Intel? - Profit Confidential
Notable Research Reports: International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM ... - Review Fortune
International Business Machines Corp. in 6 Charts
Motley Fool - Aug 30, 2016
IBM's biggest problem is its lack of top line growth. Sales fell 3% annually last quarter, marking the company's 17th consecutive quarter of year-over-year declines due to weak enterprise spending, currency headwinds, and tough competition in the IT ...
International Business Machines Corp's Best Moves in 2016 So Far
Motley Fool - Aug 31, 2016
IBM (NYSE:IBM) bears often highlight Big Blue's lack of revenue growth for 17 straight quarters, the slow growth of its cloud business, and the currency headwinds which incessantly gobble up its overseas profits.
Writing Off IBM Stock Now Would Be A Foolish Move - Amigobulls