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schrieb am 15.03.12 14:00:54
So, für diese Super Aktie mal den Startschuß geben. Gruß B.
schrieb am 15.03.12 14:02:06
7% in einer Woche, das ist schon super !! Muss ja nicht immer Appl
sein ! Gruß B.
schrieb am 15.03.12 16:24:40
joa finde ich auch! 7% ist schon nicht schlecht!
schrieb am 15.03.12 16:25:34
joa ist schon nicht schlecht 7% in einer Woche!
schrieb am 15.03.12 16:45:56
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.:
42.906.437 von Betterway am 15.03.12
Und vor Allem so informativ ...
schrieb am 15.03.12 20:19:13
Hab nen Bericht über Tra.. is aber alles in English, werde nächste
Woche mal das Wesentliche hier übersetzen und einstellen. Eine
Aussage:" Kaufen, solange Wallstreet noch nicht erkannt hat welches
Potential drin steckt." Zitat Ende ! Ich hol mir alle Info aus
yahoo (USA) Aufstocken... Gruß B. Bis nächste Woche !
schrieb am 15.03.12 20:20:19
.. ach ja, noch ein wesentlicher Punkt, die Gesellschaft hat jedes
Jahr ein Aktienrückkaufprogramm.... ist ja gut zu wissen. bis
schrieb am 15.03.12 20:23:52
Ach ja, wer am WE lange Weile und Lust dazu hat, kann sich ja mal
MakoSurgical anschauen.... sehr empfehlenswert !
schrieb am 26.03.12 20:42:01
Teradata Ranked as Global Technology Leader by Latest Study
Teradata Data Warehouse customers were most satisfied of all
PR NewswirePress Release: Teradata – 1 hour 9 minutes ago
Symbol Price Change
TDC 69.43 +0.81
SAN DIEGO, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second time, a
study from The Information Difference research firm ranked
Teradata, (NYSE: TDC - News), the leading analytic data solutions
company, as the technology trailblazer with the world's happiest
data warehousing customers.
"Teradata's customers were the happiest we surveyed," said Andy
Hayler, chief executive officer and co-founder of The Information
Difference. "We ranked Teradata highest for the second year based
on its technology leadership of all vendors, because of its proven
ability to deliver a foundation for a wide range of business
"It is gratifying to be recognized by another study as the market
leader," said Scott Gnau, director, Teradata Labs, Teradata.
"Leveraging our breakthrough analytical database and our unique and
unmatched architecture, the Teradata platform family not only
offers market-leading capabilities, but delivers the earliest
adoption of breakthrough technologies like flash storage,
multi-core, and in-memory processing, all in a seamless
environment. I believe that our customers are the most satisfied
because of the unparalleled business results they achieve with our
The technology dimension position is derived from a weighted set of
scores based on four factors: customer satisfaction as measured by
a survey of reference customers, analyst impressions of the
technology, maturity of the technology and breadth of technology in
terms of coverage against The Information Difference functionality
Klingt doch echt gut, ich glaube, ich werde noch viel Freude an
Teradata haben !!! Nachkaufen ist angesagt !! So I'll do ! Gruß B.
schrieb am 26.03.12 23:05:35
In this commentary, we examine the rapidly growing sub-industry of
Big Data and how long-term investors may position themselves to
benefit. In doing so, we will highlight two companies we believe
are poised to significantly benefit from this explosive growth.
Big Data Basics
As data and storage needs increase in complexity and sheer
magnitude, companies are challenged to maintain, store, and analyze
this information in a more effective manner. Within the IT
industry, this is challenge stems from what is known as Big Data.
By Wikipedia definition, Big Data is a term applied to data sets
whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to
capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed
Did you know that 90% of the data in the world today was created
within the last two years?
Data is growing at an alarming rate, given the explosive rise of
social networking and cloud computing in the last two years. Every
day, 2.5 quintillion (1000^6) bytes of data are created. To put
that number in perspective, that's 2,273,736.75 terabytes of data
created each day.
Previous generation data storage technology (in some cases over 30
years old) simply cannot handle this demand, which is forcing
direct investment of billions of dollars into new system overhauls.
International Data Corporation forecasts the Big Data market
growing from $3.2 billion in 2010 to $16.9 billion in 2015. This
represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 40%, which is
about seven times higher growth than the overall information and
communication technology market.
Companies at the Center
These companies enable their customers more effectively utilize
their data by offering a combination of products and services
specifically for Big Data.
EMC Corporation (EMC)
Plain and simple, EMC is in the information infrastructure
business; its storage products help make data scalable and more
efficient as end user demand grows in the future. This is critical
for Big Data users to leverage their information in a more valuable
manner. Best of all, its products are compatible with many
different platforms including IBM and Oracle (ORCL). Revenue has
grown 10.4% on a 3-year annualized basis, while earnings per share
were up 21.7% during the same period. Looking shorter term,
year-over-year trends indicate revenue and EPS growth has
accelerated from the 3-year average, with 17.6% growth in revenue
and 25.5% EPS growth. Most recently, EMC booked its best
fourth-quarter results in company history.
Teradata Corporation (TDC)
Teradata is a provider of enterprise data warehousing, including
enterprise analytic technologies and services. TDC is uniquely
positioned as a pure play data analytic company whose primary focus
is analyzing data and turning it into actionable intelligence. Its
suite of products and services represent a huge value for companies
in the market to improve their operating efficiencies. As
enterprises become increasingly overwhelmed with their exponential
data growth, TDC has seen its share value outperform the S&P
dramatically. With a current market capitalization in the
neighborhood of $11.5 billion, TDC is by no means at the end of its
cycle. Looking back fundamentally, 3-year revenue and EPS growth
was up 10.3% and 13.9% respectively. On a year-over-year basis,
those numbers have accelerated to 22% and 16.3% respectively.
Perhaps on a short-term basis, it is trading at a rich valuation of
26.22 forward earnings, but it is very well positioned for
We are currently living in the age of information, version 2.0; the
companies that realize the high value of information and invest now
are likely to maintain their competitive edge in the future.
While the two companies highlighted are certainly not the only ones
competing for the billions of dollars being invested into Big Data,
we have identified them as the best of breed pure plays on the
trend. Other big name competitors in Big Data include IBM, Oracle,
and Hewlett Packard (HPQ). The problem for shareholders of the
competition is that this trend may not be enough of a tail ($16.9B)
to wag the dog because they are too large and diversified for it to
Ja geil, so langsam checken die Analysten welches Potential hier
verborgen liegt, und ich bin schon drin !! Gruß B.