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International Business Machines Corporation Stock Quote & Summary Data

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0.64%
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Exchange: NYSE
Industry: Technology
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1 Year Target: 201
Today's High/Low:  / 
Share Volume:
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume This is the average share volume for the past 50 trading days, for NASDAQ stocks and 90 trading days for Non-NASDAQ stocks. This field allows you to compare today's trading to the average daily volume. 4,566,399
Previous Close: $ 187.22
52 Week High /Low: $ 200.94 / $ 172.19
Market cap "Market Capitalization" is a measure of the estimated value of the common equity securities of the company or their equivalent. It does not include securities convertible into the common equity securities. �Market Capitalization� is derived from the last sale price for the displayed class of listed securities and the total number of shares outstanding for both listed and unlisted securities (as applicable). NASDAQ does not use this value to determine compliance with the listing requirements. $ 190,715,602,257
P/E Ratio: 12.9
Forward P/E(1y) A widely used stock evaluation measure. For a security, the Price/Earnings Ratio is given by dividing the Last Sale Price by the Average EPS (Earnings Per Share) Estimate for the specified fiscal time period. The forward P/E refers to the value for the next full year. 10.44
Earnings Per Share (EPS) The EPS listed on our infoquote and Summary Quote page is "12-mos Rolling". EPS represents the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock. Net income (reported or estimated) for a period of time is divided by the total number of shares outstanding (TSO) during that period; See growth rate measures for EPS. Our vendor's methodology for the EPS on the infoquote and Summary Quote pages follows the EPS used by the majority of the analysts following the stock, in many cases this is EBITDA EPS. $ 14.61
Annualized dividend $ 4.40
Ex Dividend Date May 7, 2014
Dividend Payment Date Jun. 10, 2014
Current Yield 2.35 %
Beta 0.96

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ETFs with IBM as a Top 10 Holding*

Weighting ETF Name (Symbol) 100-Day Price Change (%)
7.79% First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund VI First Trust NASDAQ Technol (TDIV) +2.54  (10.50%)
6.91% DIAMONDS Trust Series I (DIA) +9.14  (5.72%)
5.53% iShares Dow Jones U.S. Technology Index Fund (IYW) +7.84  (8.78%)
4.68% Vanguard Information Technology ETF (VGT) +7.13  (7.94%)
4.68% Select Sector SPDR Fund - Technology (XLK) +2.90  (8.11%)
*Data is provided by Barchart.com. Data reflects weightings calculated at the beginning of each month. Data is subject to change.
**Green highlights the top performing ETF by % change in the past 100 days.

Company Description (as filed with the SEC)

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM or the company) was incorporated in the State of New York on June 16, 1911, as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. (C-T-R), a consolidation of the Computing Scale Co. of America, the Tabulating Machine Co. and The International Time Recording Co. of New York. Since that time, IBM has focused on the intersection of business insight and technological innovation, and its operations and aims have been international in nature. This was signaled over 85 years ago, in 1924, when C-T-R changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation. And it continues today: The company creates business value for clients and solves business problems through integrated solutions that leverage information technology and deep knowledge of business processes. IBM solutions typically create value by reducing a client's operational costs or by enabling new capabilities that generate revenue.  ... More ...  

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