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Mr. Fred Hickey

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Local Address: Nashua, New Hampshire, United States

Employment History

  • Editor
  • Editor
    High-Tech Strategist Newsletter
  • Strategist
    High-Tech Strategist Newsletter

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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"It's called exhaustion in market ..., 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
"It's called exhaustion in market terminology," says Fred Hickey, who is the long-time editor of the widely followed newsletter, The High-Tech Strategist.
Hickey says the same was true in the run up to the financial crisis. Compare stocks to corporate sales or earnings, and it was clear that the market was overvalued in October 2007. And earlier this year, the prices of technology stocks, when you factor in their current growth projections, were trading at higher multiple of earnings than they were back in 2000.
"Why anyone would expect anything other than a decline is beyond me," says Hickey.
And according to Barron's ..., 15 Oct 2012 [cached]
And according to Barron's Roundtable member Fred Hickey, editor of The High Tech Strategist newsletter, "IBM is richly priced, and it's a good time to look for an exit.
Barron's Rountable member ..., 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Barron's Rountable member Fred Hickey shares his outlook on the tech and financial sectors' breakdowns with Barron's Michael Santoli. (Jan. 21).
Opteron building momentum, but needs help, 26 Aug 2003 [cached]
The Sunnyvale, California, company was the recipient of some positive buzz this week within the investment community, after Barron's editor Fred Hickey revealed in his technology newsletter that he recently purchased some AMD stock based on his belief that Opteron could compete, and win market share, against Intel's Xeon chip.
Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and IBM ..., 25 Feb 2013 [cached]
Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and IBM continue to resell Oracle’s products, but Fred Hickey, editor of the High-Tech Strategists Newsletter for investors, says they are not trying as hard as they used to. Oracle’s biggest issue lies with HP, and the companies have been to court since Oracle stopped making software for HP computers. “They made a mistake getting into the hardware business. How it resolves itself, I'm not really sure,†said Hickey.
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