Thread regarding Avaya layoffs

Avaya stock all time low

Disinvestment very likely. Avaya's stock prices are all time low. Be prepared for layoffs.

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Software verification team impacted

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-5fdv

Which Dept?

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-4ayk

Firing started in US. Many people notified already.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-4gwx

PE -35.33 what it means

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-4rag

@WcZ9FSe-2xnb it would be between 40-50$

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-4jzx

When a company purposely squeezes every nickel from partners and end user customers and then files chapter 11 to renegotiate it's debt and then emerges as a public company to raise more cash to operate with no change in culture or solution mix, one can only doubt the companies future. I for one would never invest again in Avaya.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-3man

True, but over time, if the company keeps outperforming these doubters, people will take notice and the stock price and P/E will rise. Performance over times is what matters.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-3igz

And why would a company be undervalued?

Because investors do not believe in the future of the company.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-3xzp

Typically, really low P/E means the company is undervalued. When it gets much above 20, it often means the company is overvalued.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-3eua

Any thoughts about why the current P/E is so low and why would it go up to 20?

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-3nty

I agree Avaya is a dying company. Hype does not equal a viable marketable solution and the ability to deliver and execute. Avaya has none of this in play. As for the stock I am sure the investment companies are simply buying and short selling until the end.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-2jih

Total net worth of this global company is 1.7 billion and dropping fast. This company os so mismanaged its laughable. How's that cloud business and innovation? They made more profit on wire and legacy systems. Everyone will be gone soon, everyone.......

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I am not getting. Does that mean Avaya is doing good?

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-2msf

Iff it rises...... Sarcastic!!!

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-2kdv

Stock tip for the clueless, Avaya's P/E is currently 0.56

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/price-earningsratio.asp

If it rises to 20, what will be the stock price?

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-2xnb

Sorry, No money to invest on innovation. Employees will keep crying and leadership will keep on creating the hype. Chapter 7 very soon.

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-1ihp

Nope the lowest was 15.53 it's 15.57 they still have 3 cents to spend on innovation.....Hahahaha it's just 1.7billion company from 8-10 billion and with 4-5 billion in debt :(

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Post ID: @WcZ9FSe-1apn

Shorts are in control

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