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Dun & Bradstreet Holdings, Inc. (DNB)

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19.59-0.39 (-1.95%)
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    straton
    I heard about DNB the other day on (http://Multistockalerts.com). It’s looking like an interesting play.
  • K
    KB
    The Market continues to go up, this stock is in the toilet and swirling around the bowl...
  • K
    Kenneth
    This company would be an okay pick if if they hadn't loaded it up with so much debt
  • B
    BobK
    This was once a shining star when they owned Nielsen, Moody's. R.H. Donnelley, McCormack & Dodge, Thomas Cook etc. What a shame it has cratered to a shell of what it once was.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Dun & Bradstreet is down 5.68% to 19.10
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Dun & Bradstreet is up 4.94% to 20.20
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Dun & Bradstreet is up 5.68% to 19.72
  • D
    Diana
    When the company was taken private, I think
    the market cap was around 6 B. Now, that the
    company is once again, public, the market cap is
    around 10b. But the annual revenues then, and now,
    are still around 1.7 bill usd. Value, is a subjective
    notion - what you think something is worth, may not
    be what another thinks it is worth. But whether value
    is increasing or not, may be objectively determined.
    Revenues/profits on an annual basis seem to be unchanged.
    Unless there are massive share buybacks on the horizon,
    is value per share increasing ? Also note that the majority
    of the shares are not being traded, held by insiders, who
    may be waiting for higher prices, to "unload". Who knows
    what lurks in the hears of men - The Shadow (Alec Baldwin) ?
  • s
    sanchezmoreno
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  • C
    ChinaWuhanVirus (CWV)
    Guys, avoid IPOs of traditional companies like DNB and ACI. They never perform well because private equity vultures are behind them who will cash out most of the funds raised and they already have excessive overpriced book values. Focus on young nascent companies in biotech, tech, and green energy.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Dun & Bradstreet is down 4.95% to 18.92
  • K
    KB
    A dog with fleas...The market is up 20% from the IPO and the stock is down 20%. The leadership needs overhauled.
  • A
    Austin
    lowest price target is 25 a share. average is 28. there has also been significant insider buying over the last few months among leadership. Also all buy ratings and no sell. this is headed back to 20 in the next month
  • J
    Jdiaz
    i bought 2 shares just to see how performs
  • b
    bazaldua
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  • F
    Farmer Z
    steady rise from here :)
  • J
    James
    Its a shame what has happened since the takeover of DNB. Lack of competent top management.
  • H
    Hopeful
    This company is seen as a stalworth in the financial world. Good times or bad times the banks used a payday score to make key decisions. If they come out with a better solutions for faster credit decisions, DNB could be an option for smaller companies looking to sell product. Credit capacity has grown within the market, and this could be a large player.
  • M
    Mikael
    I bought DNB 10 years ago and made some money when they exited the public market. I can't remember why they left and I don't know why they came back.
  • B
    Bull Market Mentality
    This is a new age old school big bucks industry with cutting edge infrastructure
    Buy as much as you can , go long and strong