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4 Reasons To Buy Dell While The Stock Is Still Cheap

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    By Hawkinvest

    Dell (DELL) shares were trading around $18 just a few weeks ago, but the stock has pulled back about 12% and now offers investors a much better entry point. The pullback seems to be more related to the recent volatility in the markets and less company-specific in nature. Dell appears to be a low-risk way to invest in technology, and investors should consider the following points as reasons why the stock could resume the general uptrend it has been in since December (when it was trading around $15 per share):

    1. Dell is a major PC manufacturer, and recent data from Gartner Inc. shows that global PC sales are coming in stronger than expected. This research firm states that sales grew about 1.9% in the first quarter, which is very bullish since PC sales were expected to drop due to global economic weakness and the popularity of tablets like the iPad. This increase could translate into solid financial results when the company reports the next quarter.

    2. Dell shares appear undervalued when considering that the stock trades at just about 8 times earnings, while the average stock in the SP 500 trades at about 13 times earnings. Many tech stocks trade at even higher levels, and Dell shares are a rare value play for the sector. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

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