HP Inc (NYSE:HPQ) is a company continually extending its growth over time, this time the company is seeking to make a remarkable fortune by striking an opportunity out of its growing trend in the stock market. Despite a wave of possible decline in revenues that has reportedly hit the company, HP has already achieved an astounding 22% rise in shares this year. The current success has seen HP outpace the broader stock market as well as a few other major companies such as Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) among others.

The company’s stock-market success has helped it generate cash, advance numerous dividends and achieve buybacks that are possibly boosting its stock price. A focus on investors’ motivation led to the company’s separation from a growth-oriented entity, which by now is popularly known as Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE), says HP’s chief executive Dion Weisler. HP isfurther developing practices focused on monitoring sales and profit, while focusing equal attention to the balance sheet and cash flow.

Although HP is drowning to low supply and profit, Weisler is making efforts to revive the company again and he is confident the company’s business will create an opportunity to place bets that may take long to pay. HP Inc is currently going through a tough business environment but the company is still optimistic that in the short-run, its printing-and-personal-computer growth will not define its success. This is a critical time for HP as more than half of the company’s profit comes from printing, more specifically from toner and sink sales that bring steady flows of income.

Additionally, Weisler says his company is planning to center on cutting edge laptops and high-end gaming systems for Personal Computers to enhance profitability, while avoiding low-ranking devices such as low-end tablets.

Revenue in the company is reported to have been down for some time now, with revenue in the company’s personal systems falling with up to 9.9% in the second quarter of this year and the printing division recording a 15.8% decline in the same period.