Category Archives: TV and Radio Appearances

GVA Research on Bloomberg Radio: Taking Stock, the Outlook for 2016

Big thanks to Kathleen Hays for having GVA Research on Taking Stock yesterday to discuss the outlook for tech stocks in 2016. Venture Capital Sector Slowing: The excesses seen in late-stage start-up company valuation with the creation of multiple $1bn+ valuation unicorns will be limited in 2016 as fund flows to sector slow with more

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GVA Research on CNBC Asia: HPQ has 20% downside risk

Hewlett-Packard Co. (H-P) on Nov. 1 split into two companies–Hewlett-Packard Inc. (HPQ), which took the PC and printer business, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), which is a business computer and software vendor. Before its legal split, the company divided itself operationally on Aug. 1. HPQ and HPE, which formally split in two this month. This evening

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GVA Research on BNN: Twitter’s Growing Pains

See my Shuffle Card to view the replay. (Here’s my entire GVA Research Deck.) Twitter: user growth, ad revenue The +15% year/year user growth to 316mm driving a +61% year/year revenue growth to $502mm was a momentary pleasant surprise serving to highlight the vitality of the TWTR platform and take investor attention away from issues such as the

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CNBC Asia Interview: Will Apple Music be a threat to Spotify?

Tech M&A – Not Just Acquisitions But Divestitures Too As Upturn Matures & Rates Threaten To Rise: Recent announced transactions (e.g. AVGO/BRCM $37bn, INTC/ALTR $17bn) prompt speculation that parts of the technology sector are set to experience a wave of consolidation as secular growth slows, costs of competing increase and profit margins contract. With interest

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CNBC “Squawk Box” Interview: Tech Sector – Intel $16bn bid for Altera @ $54/share – A Move Driven By Limits To Moore’s Law

INTC – Standstill Agreement With ALTR Ends 6/1/15, Transaction Expected: Rumor of an INTC bid for ALTR surfaced in late March 2015, but ALTR then balked at the unsolicited $54/share acquisition price. With the standstill agreement between INTC & ALTR expiring Mon 6/1/15, there is renewed expectation a transaction is imminent. As ALTR posted disappointing 1Q15 results and

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CNBC Asia “The Rundown” Interview: HPQ FY15Q2 Results

 With Sequential Reduction In Negative Elements In End Markets & Corporate Reorganization, Base For Appreciation In Place – Shares Attractive To Own Financial Snapshot: HPQ ($33.32) Rev/EPS forecast – Revs $25.6bn (-6% y/y), EPS $0.86 (-2% y/y) Valuation: P/E 9.2x FY15 EPS (8.6x PEG ratio), HPQ shares are attractive based on the upcoming split of the company

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BNN Interview: IBM Gaining Traction But Still Early In Transition

Today I joined BNN to discuss IBM Earnings IBM earnings With CEO Rometty’s surprise October 2014 announcement suspending earnings guidance investors have been understandably cautious with regard to maintaining positions in IBM shares. The 1Q15 results showcased the fundamental difficulties IBM confronts as revenues fell -12% y/y to $19.6bn while EPS rose +9% y/y to $2.91.

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CNBC “Closing Bell” Interview: HPQ FY15Q1 Results Disappoint As Strong US$ Cuts EPS Guidance

Does  Coming Split Into HP Inc & HP Enterprise Justify Holding Stock? Financial Snapshot: HPQ ($38.19) A) Rev/EPS forecast – Revs $27.3bn (-3% y/y), EPS $0.91 (+1% y/y) B) Valuation: P/E 9.7x FY15 (Oct) EPS (1.9x PEG ratio), shows HPQ pricing-in gains from Windows 2003 server upgrade cycle. HPQ – FY15Q1 Revenues Reflect FX Hit

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CNBC “Squawk Box” Interview: AAPL Investment Discussion

Market Cap Breaks $700bn – iPhone6 Upgrade Cycle Expected To Boost $130bn Shareholder Value Program – Shares Attractive: Yesterday I joined CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to talk about AAPL. Thanks to Michelle Caruso Cabrera, Andrew Ross Sorkin and Scott Wapner for having me on. Discussion Points: 1) Swiss Franc Denominated Debt Attractive For Top-rated Corporate Issuers,

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Interview: Raising Capital in Today’s Environment

David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research, talks with Jason Behrens, the ACE Portal General Counsel, about the evolving paradigm in today’s capital raising environment. They cover: Access to capital vis-a-vis the JOBS Act Issues of adequate due diligence The role of technology and platforms in facilitating better information disclosure and investor protections How broker-dealers are reacting

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