Topic Archives: Xerox (XRX)

I’ve been putting out my updated thoughts on each of our Irregulars spreadsheet companies (mostly past “Idea of the Month” stocks) over the last couple weeks, and now that I’m done looking at all of the “Speculations” on that list I thought I should combine them into one document to make it a bit easier […]

Since I noted in passing on Friday that I had a limit order in for some additional Xerox shares, I should tell you that the limit order triggered not long after I wrote to you — so I’ve beefed up my XRX position now and am pleased to have picked up some additional shares at […]

I’ve noted a few times in this space that there are some “old tech” companies that have my interest right now — one of them is Corning (GLW), which I bought a month or two ago, and the other that kept coming to the top of my list is Xerox (XRX), so I picked up […]

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