Should Investors Buy, Sell, or Hold IBM in the Second Half?

Today, analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the second-half outlook for tech powerhouse IBM (NYS: IBM) . The company's powerful business model should allow it to continue steady, predictable growth in the coming years. Although its size gives it limited growth potential, it allows IBM to weather downturns. The company has continued to increase dividends as well, and Andrew likes its potential for the rest of the year.

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