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The software giant could use repatriated offshore cash to finance a big acquisition next year, as well as take advantage of Office 365's pricing power.
There might be speed bumps, but we're still at the beginning of the shift toward the cloud.
Let's consider what could be hurting technology stocks.
Automatic Data Processing could learn a thing or two from the two consumer products giants when it comes to a commitment to innovation.
It is incredibly healthy to see so many stocks so strong, from so many sectors.
Though much bigger than they were a few years ago, top cloud-only software vendors are still posting very strong sales growth.
Hear me out: The same lessons and disciplines are useful in both.
Bull markets tend to die from bond market competition, recessions, rate hikes or too much supply.
There's a roaring bull market in this sector, which is outperforming the Nasdaq.
ServiceNow and Paypal are phenomenal success stories.
Don't listen to billionaires on investing. They've already made their money.
Aggressive traders could go long NOW at current levels.
Tech stocks feel like they may be going higher, as the economy is picking up.
Here's to hoping that ServiceNow and Splunk get the love they deserve.
The cloud players haven't done much for a while, but they appear ready for a big move, which is a big deal.
Apple, Energen and McKesson are among the top stock picks of Mizuho's analysts for 2017.
For NOW, it looks like it will stabilize at some point and resume its advance.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
Technology stocks have been volatile, but there are opportunities in names like Apple, Red Hat and Salesforce.com says a senior analyst from Mizuho.
In these market crosscurrents, it's tough to go with the flow.