Q: Hi. You recently had Citrix as an aggressive hold in your Spinoffs & Takeovers newsletter. Citrix just announced its CEO was stepping down, and the stock has been selling down since the announcement. Do you have any details as to the circumstances surrounding the CEO’s departure? Does it have anything to do with the activist investor hedge fund Elliott Management? Has your opinion on the company changed since this development? Regards.

A: Citrix Systems, $99.77, symbol CTXS on Nasdaq (Shares outstanding: 124.2 million; Market cap: $12.5 billion; www.citrix.com), sells products and services to corporations to let their employees remotely access all the software, apps and data they rely on to do their jobs.

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Dividend Investing vs. Value Investing

Dividend Investing vs. Value Investing

In choosing dividend investing vs value investing, it’s important to recognize that both can lead to favourable returns
To decide between dividend investing vs value investing, investors must first distinguish between the two. The best dividend stocks respond to tough economic times by doing their best to maintain,… Read More