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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Business Machines Corporation LSE:IBM London Ordinary Share COM STK USD0.20 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 119.55 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 104,507.0 21,902.0 0.0 - 177,511

International Business M... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2004
20:33
lol , we live and learn (but I always knew a bit more about them than I ever let on) :-)
dil
11/3/2004
19:16
>Gausie :-)
march
11/3/2004
18:38
Charts? Who needs 'em? http://www.advfn.com/cmn/pbb/thread.php3?id=448512
gausie
11/3/2004
09:55
Still waiting .
dil
22/2/2004
11:35
Thanks energyi just thought the one year may show it more clearly. Doesn't it look like a breakout from the $90 level to you ? The $90 target in the opening post , is that your current target or the target when you started the thread last year at sub $90 , its a bit confusing. Cheers. Dil
dil
21/2/2004
23:54
4 year weekly charts are already there
energyi
20/2/2004
23:46
As this thread is over a year old could you please put a 1 year chart in the header ? Thanks Dil PS Medium term it looks to me as though 120 is easily achievable regardless of what some self proclaimed guru says on the tele but what the 'eck do I know !
dil
20/2/2004
19:33
Note: EXITED my IBMOT puts at $3.50, on today's Dip
energyi
20/2/2004
16:26
Yes. But before we get to IBM-$95, we must first get thru some support at IBM-$97.29 today's low IBM Options, march expiry: $97.35 CALLS.................. : PUTS 90.00c.IBMCR 7.70-7.80 : p.IBMOR 0.30-0.35 95.00c.IBMCS 3.50-3.60 : p.IBMOS 1.10-1.20 100.0c IBMCT 0.95-1.00 : p.IBMOT 3.50-3.60
energyi
20/2/2004
15:42
I'm short at $99.75 and agree that $95 might see some support. However, if the markets fall as they often do in mid Feb to mid March it could go lower.
adorling
20/2/2004
15:42
I'm short at $99.75 and agree that $95 might see some support. However, if the markets fall as they often do in mid Feb to mid March it could go lower.
adorling
20/2/2004
09:00
Next BIG support? about IBM-$95
energyi
19/2/2004
16:02
IBM loses another round in important pension case for 140,000 employees February 18 / By Brian Bergstein, AP Technology Writers NEW YORK (AP) -- IBM Corp. owes back payments -- possibly worth billions of dollars -- to 140,000 older employees who were harmed when the technology giant converted to a new kind of pension plan in the 1990s, a federal judge has ruled. The plaintiffs in the case want IBM to make up for what they lost after the company adopted a "cash balance" pension plan, which pays workers a lump sum when they leave the company. A federal judge had ruled last July that the plan amounted to age discrimination because it unfairly penalized older employees. IBM argued that it shouldn't be forced to make retroactive payments because it could not have foreseen that the judge, G. Patrick Murphy of U.S. District Court in East St. Louis, Illinois, would declare the cash balance plan illegal. But in a ruling dated Feb. 12, Murphy wrote that IBM had no justification for claiming it was blindsided by his decision. "The prohibition against age discrimination existed long before the appearance of cash balance plans," Murphy wrote. "All that has changed is IBM's clever, but ineffectual, response to law that it finds too restrictive for its business model." Murphy has yet to decide the damages IBM should pay or how the figure will be calculated. Under one formula suggested by the plaintiffs, IBM has estimated the payments would total $6 billion. IBM spokeswoman Kendra Collins said Wednesday that the company doesn't believe it should pay anything. She said IBM expects to win the case on appeal. "We continue to believe that our plan is legal," Collins said. The case is being closely watched because IBM was one of several companies that adopted cash balance plans in the '90s. Traditional pension plans reward workers for sticking with a company, awarding them more retirement benefits during their last years of service. In contrast, cash balance plans give workers individual "accounts" that workers can track over time, although they can't allot any of their own pay to the plan or decide how it is invested. The advantage is that workers can take the money with them if they leave for another job, which can make cash balance plans more appealing to younger workers. Opponents of the cash balance plans say that if they are instituted when experienced workers are near retirement age, that essentially changes the rules late in the game, depriving the employees of anticipated gains and leaving them without enough working years to accrue equivalent cash balance benefits.
energyi
03/2/2004
17:22
We got that higher Tick on lighter volume
energyi
03/2/2004
14:13
With you on this one Energyi. $100 a tough nut.
m_p_h
31/1/2004
06:31
VOLUME WATCH.../ ... Ave. Daily Volume runs just over 5 mn., after Spike of 20mn. on 15jan. Gap Up. Ave. Hourly volume runs: 5.5 mn./6.5= 900,000? or about 800,000 after 6.5 to 7 adjustment. Hourly Splits, approximate 10.00: 700K (note: this is only 30 mins.) 11.00: 900K 12.00: 600K 01.00: 600K 02.00 1000K 03.00 1300K 04.00: 300K Total 5400K
energyi
30/1/2004
23:09
I called Tom Obrien on TFNN tonight to ask him about IBM (you can hear it on the Archives at http://www.tfnn.com ) His view is that it could be a good short BUT, it needs to go to a new high ($100+) on light volume, and then start to fall on higher volume. Once there is a high volume drop, it should be followed by a lower volume rally, and that would set up the ideal short
energyi
30/1/2004
22:03
Weekly Chart (Historical) Close-up: Weekly................ Close-up: Daily
energyi
14/12/2003
11:28
just registered no. 260 not bad as 2m are on offer.
oldolie
14/12/2003
11:20
afree PC for looking at 60 minutes or so of adverts a month sounds good to me, if I had shares in any high street PC supplier I would be selling tomorrow. see www. metronomy.com
oldolie
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