Computer Sciences Corp

  • Even With The Accelerating Net Losses, This Stock Still Holds Hopes For Investors

    By Naomi Warmate-Igwe - July 30, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, KTOS, LMT

    Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: KTOS) is a provider of mission critical products, services, and solutions. It operates in the Security Services, Aerospace, and Defense industries. The company’s services and products are available locally in the U.S. and internationally. It operates in two segments: Kratos Government Solutions (KGS) and Public Safety & Security (PSS) segments. Its primary end customers are mostly U.S. government agencies including the Department more »

  • Consulting Can Make You Rich

    By Marshall Hargrave - July 22, 2013 | Tickers: CTSH, CSC, INFY, IBM

    The global market for IT services is large and only getting larger. IDC estimates that the total market was over $855 billion in 2011, and expects it to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 4.6% to 2018. The beauty is that it tends to be high-margin, and the services provided are in high demand -- helping its customers lower IT costs. 

    My favorite pick

    This stock is up more »

  • Find Growth and Dividends From These Under-the-Radar Tech Stocks

    By Bob Ciura - July 11, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, MCHP, MOLX

    Investing in technology stocks isn’t usually aligned with dividend investing. For most of the past few decades, technology stocks were high-flying growth stocks that investors counted on for big share price returns. In the past few years, investors have begun clamoring for the reliable returns that dividends provide.

    Investors who crave dividends from their stocks don’t have to turn to traditional income-producing sectors like utilities. The truth is more »

  • IBM Is Worth the Money

    By Daniel James - July 11, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, IBM, TECD

    “Old” tech companies seem to have fallen out of favor with some investors. Perhaps these names are not exciting enough, or are perceived to be obsolete. However, there are still plenty of opportunities among these firms.

    IBM (NYSE: IBM) is one of the oldest and most venerable names in Information Technology, and has over the years transformed itself from a firm largely based around hardware to an IT services company more »

  • 3 IT Companies Worth Watching

    By Shweta Dubey - July 9, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, FIS, XRX

    According to Global Industry Analysts, the global IT service market is expected to grow at a rate of 5.88% from 2011 to reach $1.2 trillion by 2015. To keep pace with industrial growth, IT companies have planned a combination of strategies including focusing on core business, improving financial ratios, acquisitions, and new contracts.

    I am selecting the three companies in this article from this industry. These companies are more »

  • IT Companies Shifting Focus To Next-Generation Technologies

    By Madhukar Dubey - June 24, 2013 | Tickers: ACN, CSC, WIT

    In order to establish footholds in an ever growing, globalized market, IT companies are realizing the potential of next-generation technologies like cloud computing and big data to open up new growth opportunities. According to Global Industry Analysts, the global IT service market is expected to reach $1.2 trillion by 2015, at a compounded annual growth rate of 5.88% from 2011. To increase their slices of the pie, three more »

  • Deep Value Investors Will Love This Stock

    By Ted Cooper - June 24, 2013 | Tickers: CTSH, CSC, INFY

    Computer Sciences Corp (NYSE: CSC) has long been a favorite holding of David Einhorn, whose confidence in the company's turnaround is starting to pay off. Already having doubled in market price since Einhorn's investment, the company still trades for just 7.5 times trailing earnings.

    Meanwhile, Computer Sciences continues its efforts to boost margins, which have only recently recovered to the level experienced before the company took a more »

  • Buy This Hidden Gem

    By Chris Lau - May 31, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, HPQ, XRX

    When Computer Sciences (NYSE: CSC) reported quarterly earnings, the company beat consensus estimates by $0.29 per share, earning $1.27 per share. Instead of bidding shares higher, investors took profits. One reason is that Computer Sciences touched a 52-week high of around $50 on several occasions. By the middle of May, when shares were bid to the $50 level, it sold off.

    Computer Sciences Corporation is an information technology more »

  • The Best Choice In Computer Services

    By Matthew Frankel - May 7, 2013 | Tickers: CACI, CSC, IBM

    One of the leaders in computer services, Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) provides a variety of services to its clients, including consulting, outsourcing, and systems integration.  With shares more than doubling since their 52-week low of $22.19 hit last summer, but still about 20% below their pre-recession high, should investors wait for Computer Sciences to cool off a bit, or will the gains continue?

    About CSC

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  • This Turnaround Has Already Turned

    By Ted Cooper - May 2, 2013 | Tickers: CTSH, CSC, INFY

    Investors apparently have high hopes for Computer Sciences Corp (NYSE: CSC); the stock has more than doubled since August and may head higher in the coming months.

    Computer Sciences is in the early stages of a turnaround that is already showing signs of promise. The company brought a new management team on board in early 2012 and activist investor David Einhorn has expressed confidence in the company's turnaround.

    The more »

  • 3 Tech Stocks With Bullish Trends

    By Derrik Lattig - April 30, 2013 | Tickers: ATVI, CSC

    When considering stocks, it's always helpful to gauge what the rest of the market thinks. One source of sentiment is the number of shares shorted. Companies seeing significant increases in shares shorted are being viewed more negatively, and vice-versa.

    I ran a screen on the technology sector for stocks seeing the most significant decreases in shares shorted month-over-month, as this indicates that short sellers are becoming less bearish on more »

  • This IT Services Provider is as Reliable as They Come

    By Ted Cooper - February 27, 2013 | Tickers: CACI, CSC, SAI

    The chaos in Washington, D.C. is creating a mountain of uncertainty throughout the United States economy. If Congress ever gets around to it, there will be large spending cuts to the federal budget. Since it is unlikely that any cuts can be made without reducing defense spending, defense contractor CACI International (NYSE: CACI) trades at a low multiple of historical earnings.

    High, Steady Returns on Assets

    Most of CACI more »

  • Is Teradata on A Roll?

    By Renia Bula - February 22, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, SAI, TDC

    It seems that Teradata (NYSE: TDC), a global analytic data solutions company, is on a roll these days. Just this January, the company again stamped its class in demand data and in business intelligence as it was named for the seventh straight year among the 10 Best in Class in these competencies. The rankings, done through a readers’ poll by the Consumer Goods Technology magazine, were based not only on more »

  • Computer Sciences And Billionaire David Einhorn's Investor Letter

    By Marshall Hargrave - February 14, 2013 | Tickers: CTSH, CSC, INFY, IBM, SYNT

    Why does Einhorn love Computer Sciences (NYSE: CSC)After breaking down why billionaire David Einhorn still loves Marvell Technology, it is time to take a look at another pick that Einhorn has outlined as one of his favorites, Computer Sciences. Greenlight managed to return only 4.9% during the fourth quarter, pushing the hedge fund’s total net return for 2012 down to 7.9% (see the top performing hedge more »

  • Stocks That David Einhorn is Bullish About (Part II)

    By Anh HOANG - January 30, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, VZ, VOD

    David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital ended the 2012 calendar year with a 7.9% net return, much lower than S&P 500's total return of 16%. In the previous article, I wrote about three stocks which David Einhorn is bullish about, including Apple, Marvell Technology, and Cigna. In this article, I will cover two more stocks that Einhorn thinks have significant rallies ahead. They are Vodafone (NASDAQ: VOD) and more »

  • Tech Dividends Flying Under the Radar

    By Bob Ciura - January 29, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, MCHP, MOLX

    Investing in technology stocks isn’t usually aligned with dividend investing.  Investors who crave dividends from their stocks generally look to traditional income-producing sectors like utilities and consumer staples.  The truth is that market-surpassing dividend yields can be found within the technology sector.  For an investor willing to dig a little deeper into the universe of dividend-paying technology stocks, some hidden gems can be found that may be worthy of more »

  • Top nine performers in the US Tech sector in year 2012.

    By Muhammad Binyameen - January 8, 2013 | Tickers: CSC, CCI, EQIX, LNKD, NCR, RAX, CRM, SWI, S

    Top nine performers in the US tech sector in the year 2012.
    Top nine Stocks in Tech sector according to annual percentage price appreciation.

    #1.Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE: S)
    Sprint Nextel Corp leads the us tech  sector by generating +152.99% price appreciation.Sprint Nextel Corp offers a range of wireline and wireless communication products and services to meet the needs of  individuals, businesses, government subscribers and resellers.

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  • Using a Divestiture Strategy for Growth

    By Shweta Dubey - January 2, 2013 | Tickers: ACN, CSC, IBM

    There are times when companies are compelled to sell some of their business units in order to use the capital for more growth-oriented businesses. For many years, divestitures used to give an impression that a company is going through a financial crisis. But Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) takes these divestitures as a strategy and always aims at selling its non-performing businesses and investing that capital in next generation technology more »

  • What the Impairment Charge Hasn't Told Us

    By Hong Luu - December 4, 2012 | Tickers: CSC, DRCO, MANT

    In its financial report Q3 2012 on Nov. 1, 2012, Dynamics Research Corporation (NASDAQ: DRCO) had a $36.6 million non-cash goodwill impairment charge. This means that the reported loss for the quarter was $20.6 million and revenue was $76.8 million, compared with $96.4 million for the same period in 2011. Excluding this charge the net income for the third quarter of 2012 was $2.8 million more »

  • Future Outlook for November's Best Stocks

    By Brian Nichols - November 30, 2012 | Tickers: ANF, CSC, JDSU, TIE.DL, TRIP

    In the month of November the S&P 500 was virtually flat. However, for five stocks it was a month of incredible returns which led the market with unprecedented gains. But with such large monthly gains, is it time to unload these stocks and take profits, or are there still gains ahead?



    November Gains

    YTD Gains

    Abercrombie & Fitch

    (NYSE: ANF)



    Titanium Metals


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