Salesforce (CRM) is scrutinizing expenses, and last qtr sending profit margins soared to 27.6%, up from just 17.6% a year-ago.
Salesforce (CRM) delivered an amazing quarter that sent the shares higher. But we are still in a weak environment for software.
Like most big tech stocks, Salesforce (CRM) is dealing with a challenging purchasing environment that’s hampering its stock.
Salesforce (CRM) started to see more “measured buying behavior” in the last month of last qtr. That means demand might worsen.
Salesforce (CRM) is dealing with a strong USD, which is cutting into revenue estimates. And a recession hampers software deals.
Salesforce (CRM) had been making a lot of money on tech stock investments, Now the NASDAQ is down, and so are those profits.
Salesforce (CRM) software is a perfect fit for large companies looking to store customer data and acquire new customers as well,
Salesforce (CRM) is growing sales at a brisk pace, but profits are expected to decline this year, which is keeping CRM in check.
Salesforce (CRM) is buying Slack, which is great. But most of CRM’s profits last qtr came from gains from the Snowflake IPO.
Salesforce (CRM) delivered a knockout quarter as organizations upgraded their software due to COVID-19.
Salesforce (CRM) is a machine that evolves by acquires leaders in growing software fields, like Tableau for web analytics.
Salesforce’s (CRM) acquisition of Tableau software last year and this has slashed CRM’s qtrly profit growth rate.
Salesforce (CRM) stock jumped this month after a brokerage firm upgrade. To Sharek this seems to be all-hype.
Salesforce (CRM) is teaming up with Google to make it even easier (and more effective) to get new customers with Salesforce’s software and Google ads.
Salesforce.com’s (CRM) stock is hot. And the company continues to deliver impressive results. 2017 looks to be a banner year –once we get past this qtr.
Salesforce.com (CRM) usually has an enourmous P/E ratio — and rightly so. But after a year of flatlining the multiple is at one of the lowest points in years.
Salesforce.com’s (CRM) stock has been doing well, but after updating its spreadsheet today I thought the numbers would look better than this.
Salesforce.com (CRM) is one of the best stocks I don’t own, but the P/E of 69 is sky high.
Ok, this makes no sense. Salesforce.com (CRM) just bolted from $100 to $150. Now the stock has a P/E of 111. Yes, one hundred and eleven.
Oracle (ORCL) reported poor quarterly results last week. But the real news was it’s likely other software companies will have trouble too — namely Salesforce.com (CRM).