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Understand the difference between growth-related overvaluation and mere froth.
Suffice it to say that I find it as easy to be a Nasdaq bear now as I did in April 2000.
I believe the shares are on many investor shopping lists now.
Today's post-earnings action could reveal a lot about the whole spectrum of these kinds of stocks.
Analysts are watching where Tableau bounces for insight to the sector.
Many investors don't give much thought to where their money goes.
We have to put these overvalued stocks into some perspective.
Tableau Software, that is. Remember Tableau Software (DATA)? Here is a three-month chart!
I am kicking the tires on Tableau Software. I should have stayed with Tableau Software (DATA), which is now trading above $70. Shoulda coulda woulda.
Let's review. My look back at the week borrows its title from a popular 1960s BBC comedy show hosted by David Frost. We're going to shake things up a bit going forward to include not just highlights from my diary but also some of the more scintillat...
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are flat. Nasdaq futures are up 5 -- thank you, Apple (AAPL), which is up 12. European markets are mixed; Nikkei is down 0.90%. Th...
Here they are. My trades today: I sold the balance of my Tableau Software (DATA) long, reestablished my PowerShares QQQ (QQQ) short, added to my MetLife (MET)/Lincoln National (LNC) shorts and shorted more Henry Schein (HSIC).
The risk vs. reward no longer warrants its inclusion on the list. As I mentioned on Friday and on Columnist Conversation today, with my sales of Tableau Software (DATA) late last week, I have taken the stock off of my Best Ideas list as it approache...
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are down 1; Nasdaq futures are up 4; European markets are down small (German unemployment rises); Nikkei is flat -- Japan industri...
Just some housekeeping. I am taking off a bit of my Tableau Software (DATA) long now, as it looks as if the stock could retest back to the secondary price of $65.
The stock has risen past a key level. Tableau Software (DATA) comfortably clears the $65 resistance hurdle.
With that, I anticipate further upside. Tableau Software (DATA) has broken above its secondary price of $65. I now expect a move into the high $60s.
A good day for the shares as most of tech is the "World's Fair." As I mentioned recently, Tableau Software's (DATA) secondary price of $65 per share might prove to be of some short-term resistance.
The shares could have some trouble at the $65 level. Tableau Software (DATA), a recent addition to the Best Ideas List, has rallied by more than $3.50 since its inclusion. The company's recent secondary offering was priced at $65 per share, and I su...
I continue to buy Potash (POT). It was weak yesterday on concerns of increased potash inventories. This is an investment, not a trade. I plan to continue to add to Tableau Software (DATA) if weak. Otherwise doing little. I should be back in the offi...
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 3; Nasdaq futures are up 7; European markets are down; Japan is up 1.9% -- Bank of Japan decision was in line w ith expecta...
At $61.40. "One more thing." -- Lt. Columbo I have added to Tableau Software (DATA) on strength today ($61.40).
The stock is on my Best Ideas list. I am adding to Tableau Software (DATA) long, which is on my Best Ideas list.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. But with future demand unclear, and costs for imported sugar rising, Koeido still isn't bullish enough to take out bigger loans to replace equipment or exp...