|Bid||154.68 x 900|
|Ask||156.00 x 1000|
|Day's range||155.84 - 158.19|
|52-week range||113.60 - 167.56|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.03|
|PE ratio (TTM)||110.24|
|Earnings date||4 Jun 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||182.18|
Now it's time to check out three tech stocks that came through our screen today that growth investors might want to consider buying right now.
SAP's resilient Cloud and Software business, act as staple growth drivers. Impressive growth in S/4HANA and other Cloud initiatives has supported the company's top line.
In the latest trading session, Salesforce.com (CRM) closed at $155.74, marking a -0.15% move from the previous day.
Business software company Salesforce says it aims to provide skills training to 1 million people as part of a Trump administration push to boost career opportunities among Americans. Salesforce chairman Marc Benioff at first pledged that training for 500,000 people, but then doubled the figure during a Thursday event at its downtown Indianapolis offices with President Donald Trump's daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump. The San Francisco-based company says its free online platform Trailhead will offer tech training over the next five years toward credentials for Salesforce administrator, developer and marketing manager positions.
Despite overvaluation concerns, the U.S. technology sector has had a stellar rally in the period between 2010 and so far in 2019, also popularly known as the twenty-tens.
The company, which makes Internet-based software used by the sales and marketing departments of businesses, said it would provide online training for up to 500,000 workers to get jobs that involve Salesforce's software systems. The White House's "Pledge to America's Workers" initiative was launched last year, with more than 200 companies participating in the program. Salesforce said that Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff planned to announce the news at an event with Ivanka Trump in Indiana, where Salesforce has nearly 2,000 employees.
David Tepper's Appaloosa LP bulked up its positions in technology companies and dropped two big financial institutions from its portfolio at the end of March, according to a regulatory filing Wednesday. Appaloosa added a million shares of Alibaba Group Holding , 165,000 shares of Amazon.com Inc. and 200,000 shares of Salesforce.com Inc. . It bolstered holdings in Facebook Inc. , Micron Technology Inc. , and PG&E while more than doubling its stake in Allergan PLC to 3.13 million shares from 1.15 million at the end of December. Appaloosa has been pressuring the drug company to split its chief executive and chairman roles as part of its effort to push Allergan to review its business strategy. Meanwhile, the hedge fund sold out of Wells Fargo & Co. , Bank of America Corp. , and NRG Energy Inc. , according to its 13F filing.
The social network claimed the top spot once again on Glassdoor’s list of highest paying internships in the U.S. despite a tumultuous 2019.
The original promise of the internet age was the promise of time. Time returned to you, the consumer, from the analog age that bogs us down in phone calls, snail mail, and paperwork.
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Salesforce.com (CRM) closed at $162.50 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.51% move from the prior day.
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Salesforce.com‘s fraught acquisition of its California benefit corp will force a profit hit and enables creation of ‘ghost revenue’ the company can use to meet earnings and bonus targets.
U.S. activist investor Elliott revealed a 1.2 billion euro ($1.3 billion/£1.04 billion) stake in SAP on Wednesday and said it supported a new management efficiency drive, sending shares in the German business software company to a record high. SAP has until now escaped the attention of activist investors, steered by co-founder and Chairman Hasso Plattner who has withstood tough competition from U.S. rivals and is still the biggest shareholder in the German company with 6.5 percent. It reported an adjusted operating margin of 24 percent for the first quarter as it grapples with a catch-up transition to cloud computing.
The job-search site Indeed will hire 600 more people at its European headquarters in Dublin over the next five years, the latest significant jobs announcement by a multinational company in Ireland. Foreign companies account for around one in 10 jobs among Ireland's more than two million workers, and hiring has shown little sign of diminishing in the face of Brexit and a slowdown in global growth. Facebook said in January that it would hire 1,000 more people in Dublin this year.