Can International Business Machines Recover After Its Sell-Off?

International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM) has been sold off recently which has put the stock on investors’ radars. Adding to the bearish sentiment for the stock is the fact that insiders at the company are selling shares. $311.11M shares were sold last quarter. Despite this, the company retains a 12.9% upside to the consensus price target of $146.10. In this article we’ll explore the forces that are working for and against the company to exceed this consensus set by Wall St. – MarketBeat The Positives of IBM

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