How Should Investors Play This Dow Stock for the Rest of 2012
Today, analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the struggling PC-maker Hewlett-Packard (NYS: HPQ) . HP faces an uphill battle moving forward, with few substantial opportunities for growth. Global trends victimized the company over the past few years, especially the movements away from PCs and toward tablets and smartphones. HP has struggled to break into those markets, and Andrew sees it as a definite sell.
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