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- For CRM, its 30 day story count is now at 26.
- Over the past 22 days, CRM's stories per day has been in a clear uptrend, growing by about 0.25 per day.
- ORCL, SAP and TREE are the most mentioned tickers in articles about CRM.
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Below are the latest news stories about Salesforcecom Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate CRM as an investment opportunity.
A prolonged sell-off in growth and tech stocks has impacted even the most fundamentally sound businesses, like Salesforce.com, Inc. (CRM). The cloud-based customer relationship management software firm has lost about 35% of its valuation since November 29, when a series of negative macroeconomic forces pushed markets lower. Now, analysts have opened up bullish hypotheses on the company, expecting a strong earnings report despite the recent tumult. One of these bullish individuals is Brian Schwartz of Oppenheimer, who calculated that “Salesforce is successfully replacing legacy vendors as the preferred enterprise-SaaS-supplier for front-office digital transformation.
Tech stocks continue to tank on geopolitical risk concerns. Is it time to back up the truck and buy?
There are some great stocks being sold right now (not all in tech either). They’re fundamentally sound companies with good histories, which means discounts for long-term investors.
Salesforce's (CRM) Q4 performance is likely to have benefited from strategic acquisitions and an accelerated digital transformation, which is driving demand for cloud-based solutions.
Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) is often considered a resilient blue-chip tech stock. It owns the largest cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) platform in the world, and it leverages that dominance to cross-sell additional cloud services for adjacent markets. Salesforce believes it can nearly double its annual revenue to $50 billion by fiscal 2026, which ends in January of that year.
Diving into three strong, beaten-down stocks from totally different sectors that investors might want to consider buying and holding for the long haul ahead of their upcoming earnings releases...
By Sam Boughedda
Yahoo Finance Live's Brian Cheung and Akiko Fujita examine the resolved outages affecting the Slack and Peloton apps, in addition to commenting on the outlook for companies seeking to return to the office.
The outlook of GOOG stock at this point is positive as Alphabet has multiple strong catalysts that should boost the shares.
UIPath represents a great growth stock opportunity in a market that doesn't want a growth stock opportunity.