Dell Technologies Cl C
Dell Technologies Cl C
IBD Stock Analysis
- Shares appear to be forming flat base with buy point of 58.53
- Base still needs a couple more trading days to be validated
- Aggressive investors could buy off 50-day bounce Wednesday
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Dell Technologies (DELL) is the IBD Stock Of The Day after the computer hardware giant delivered a better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings report. Dell stock jumped on the news on Wednesday.
The Round Rock, Texas-based company late Tuesday said it earned an adjusted $2.37 a share on sales of $28.39 billion in its third quarter ended Oct. 29. Analysts had expected Dell earnings of $2.30 a share on sales of $27.37 billion, according to FactSet. On a year-over-year basis, Dell earnings rose 17% while sales climbed 21%.
Dell benefited from broad strength across commercial PCs, servers, and storage gear, the company said in a news release.
Dell’s PC revenue jumped 35% year over year to $16.5 billion in the quarter. Its commercial PC sales surged 40% to $12.3 billion while consumer sales advanced 21% to $4.3 billion.
Dell Stock Surges
The company’s Infrastructure Solutions Group was a laggard, with sales rising just 5% to $8.4 billion. However, it was the third consecutive quarter of year-over-year revenue growth for the division. The group sells servers, storage, and networking gear.
For the current quarter, Dell expects to earn an adjusted $1.95 a share on sales of $27.5 billion. That’s based on the midpoint of its guidance. Analysts had predicted Dell earnings of $1.97 a share on sales of $25.5 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter, FactSet said.
In afternoon trading on the stock market today, Dell stock surged 4.8% higher to 57.31.
Dell stock appears to be forming a flat base with a buy point of 58.53. But that potential base needs a couple more trading days to be valid. The buy point is 10 cents above the stock’s all-time high of 58.43, reached on Oct. 25.
Aggressive investors could have picked up shares when Dell stock rebounded bullishly off its 50-day moving average line on Wednesday.
Dell Gets Price-Target Hikes
At least four Wall Street analysts raised their price targets on Dell stock after the company’s earnings report. Those four have buy ratings on Dell stock.
Deutsche Bank analyst Sidney Ho reiterated his buy rating on Dell stock with a price target of 65.
“We continue to view Dell as the best way to play the current enterprise IT (information technology) spending recovery, given its leadership in many of its business segments and its broad product portfolio,” Ho said in a note to clients.
Investor’s Business Daily added Dell stock to its SwingTrader watchlist on Wednesday.
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