Our roving video reporter Rex Moore recently visited a real cloud in order to highlight the investing opportunities involved. Now, Rex and cloud expert Max Keeler dig deeper into individual stocks in the last video of a five-part series. Today, Rex and Max wrap it up with a look at the top three players in the cloud, and which company might be a dark horse.

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