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Zoom Video Communications, Inc. - (ZM)

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Henrik Alex on Seeking Alpha | September 28, 2020

Cisco Should Spin Off Webex To End Ground Hog Day

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Bill Zettler on Seeking Alpha | September 21, 2020

The Peloton effect

During the most recent quarter, only a few earnings reports stood out from the rest. Zoom’s set of results were one of them, with the video-communications company showing enormous acceleration as the world replaced in-person contact with remote chat. Another was Peloton’s earnings from the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2020, which it reported September […]

TechCrunch | September 21, 2020

DocuSign: Terrific Company May Outweigh Valuation Concerns

I first reviewed DocuSign’s (DOCU) business and earnings when it was at around its lowest point in March: DocuSign's New Products And Acquisitions Add Momentum (NASDAQ:DOCU). At the time, it was growing revenue and billings at a 40% clip. DocuSign was also one of my first conviction picks in my...

Arne Verheyde on Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

Zoom Video Communications: Extending Its Lead, More Upside Ahead

Data by YCharts Price(as of close on Sep 11, 2020) $383 Rating BUY Price Target $429.50 Zoom (ZM) announced strong Q221 results, clearly benefiting from COVID-19. We believe the crisis has caused irreversible changes to enterprise work culture and are here to stay even post pandemic. Management's commentary suggests continued...

Singular Research on Seeking Alpha | September 14, 2020

PagerDuty Earnings Review And The COVID-19/Y2K Parallel (Podcast)

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Daniel Shvartsman on Seeking Alpha | September 10, 2020

3 Tech Stocks to Buy for Explosive Growth After Apple, FB & Amazon Impress

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Yahoo | July 31, 2020

Got $1,500 to Invest? Buy These 3 Tech Stocks Poised for Explosive Growth Over the Next Decade

While the S&P 500 is flat so far in 2020, the tech-heavy Nasdaq has trounced the returns of the broader market, gaining more than 17%. The Nasdaq has outperformed both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average over the one-year, three-year, five-year, and 10-year periods. In fact, over the past decade, the Nasdaq has returned a whopping 359%, with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 returning just 153% and 191%, respectively.

Yahoo | July 29, 2020

2 Stocks That Have Doubled in 2020 and Look Good for More

The novel coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant shift in the way people work, with shelter-in-place orders and lockdowns sending a hefty chunk of the workforce across the globe toward remote work as offices have shuttered to contain the spread of COVID-19. Surveys conducted by third parties and compiled by IT company Riverbed Technology reveal that 88% of organizations have implemented remote working models, with 31% of the respondents suggesting that COVID-19 has triggered the shift. Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) and Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) are two such companies that have benefited from the shift to remote working, delivering huge gains to investors in the process.

Yahoo | July 29, 2020

What Hertz Stock Says About the Perils of Investing in the Robinhood Era

Last Tuesday, Hertz (NYSE:HTZ) reached a temporary $650 million deal with its creditors to reduce its fleet, which would save roughly $80 million a month. Hertz stock holders cheered, sending shares of the bankrupt company up almost 30% within a matter of minutes.Source: aureliefrance / Shutterstock.com These gyrations were just the latest in a months-long saga. Despite declaring bankruptcy on May 22, Hertz has seen a resurgence in retail investor interest. Since then, 125,000 investors on Robinhood, a popular phone-based trading app, have rushed to buy stock in the highly indebted company. As younger, risk-seeking investors have shaken up the market, Hertz has come to signify the dangers of investing in the Robinhood era.How did this happen, and what should investors do?InvestorPlace -...

Yahoo | July 24, 2020

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