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While Salesforce's valuation spells a limited margin of error, the company's execution still looks rock-solid and enterprise software spending trends remain healthy.
When traders are flailing and investors are drowning, examples work best to illustrate what happens before a bottom is reached.
Like IBM, Larry Ellison's company has begun leaning heavily on layoffs and stock buybacks to boost its EPS in the face of little-to-no revenue growth. It has also relied heavily on M&A over the years to boost sales growth.
Warren Buffett is rightly regarded as a genius investor, but traders shouldn't try to time his picks.
Alphabet is awaiting word today on whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear its appeal of a $9 billion copyright lawsuit filed by tech rival Oracle Corp.
Azure and Office 365 were far from the only Microsoft businesses to show good top-line momentum last quarter.
Elliott Management thinks SAP can significantly grow its EPS with the help of cost cuts and buybacks. A comparison of SAP's margin profile with Oracle and Microsoft's suggests it's right.
Azure will determine the path that MSFT's stock price will take moving forward.
Nations will never abandon the debt super-cycle that they have created unless there is a public loss of faith in fiat.
There are myriad ways to play what many consider a revolution in telecommunications.
The sellers know they are right, that Salesforce is done, or the stock wouldn't be down so badly.
Why does it always make me feel uncomfortable when my plan diverges from Warren Buffett's?
The tech giant's new cloud chief promises his unit will invest heavily in 2019. Separately, a new report says that Google is prepping a cheaper Pixel phone.
I have long been interested as well as invested in the business cloud, and Salesforce has long been one of my key names.
Here's why these companies do well in a choppy environment.
The quarter was certainly one to remember, according to analysts.
Earnings day buying action is certainly bullish, but can Big Blue keep up for the long term?
It's time to reconsider Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet/Google in the New Year.
Thursday's stock market rout is just another reminder that flat yield curves and equity investing do not mix.
Oracle alleges that the RFP process was unfair and biased towards Amazon, particularly due to the involvement of former Amazon employees in advising the government's procurement process.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is adamant that his company will retain the lead on database technology against Amazon.
From a technical perspective, today's action isn't shocking.