Go with Veeva Systems (VEEV) , that's the one to own," was Jim Cramer's advice to one caller during Tuesday's "Mad Money" show. We looked at VEEV back on March 27, and wrote that, "VEEV looks like it can trade higher in 2020. Traders could go long on strength above $153 and $155 (above the moving averages). Risk a close below $130 for now. Our upside price targets are $175 and then $200 and $215. Take things one step at a time."
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