Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

Oracle Q3 EPS actually down 21% than reported

Let me explain:

O’s Q3 EPS is 21% lower in 2019 than it was in 2014, using the 2014 weighted average common shares outstanding

Q3 2019 Net Income reporter 2,745

Reported EPS: basic 0.78, diluted 0.76

WACSA Q3 2019: basic 3,526, diluted 3,617

WACSA Q3 2014: basic 4,496, diluted 4,575

Q3 2019 EPS using Q3 2014 WACSA: basic 0.61, diluted 0.60 — that’s 21 percent lower than reported

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The brilliance of the 3 stooges is just plain astounding, NOT! Oracle is F:ed!

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Post ID: @Y5LFkZZ-1qis

The analysts are finally beginning to see through oracle’s voodoo - notice the downgraded and the negative commentary, smarty pants? Clear to everybody that oracle can not afford to continue to spend $10 Bn per quarter buying back stock, so either it buried money for buybacks - that would be really smart wouldn’t it? - or share buybacks will decline and EPS will decline along with it. Hmmm, stuck b/w a rock and a hard place here with a business that totally s---s? People increasingly seem to think so. Gee, that’s just to bad, isn’t it! Soon SFDC will have a higher market cap than oracle!

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Post ID: @Y5LFkZZ-1bqq

That is the whole point of doing buy back: to reduce number of available shares; eventually LE will own over 50% of the company at that rate; as long as revenues are close to $10 billion range per quarter Oracle is still a cash cow machine.

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Post ID: @Y5LFkZZ-1tre

LOL.

More sky is falling --- oh noes. The stock is higher than it was in 2014. But you're so financially savvy then the rest of the market, right? You see thru all of the trickery and voodoo, right?

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Post ID: @Y5LFkZZ-nlp

That’s what trowing away $72 Bn on share buybacks will do for you - it will hide the simple and indisputable fact that oracle EPS is cratering because oracle is F:ed being run into the ground by 3 mo--ns

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