Is salesforce.com the Best Pure Cloud Stock Now?
Salesforce.com may have lost value as of late, but this doesn't mean it presents a value opportunity!
Why Energizer Holdings, LogMeIn, and Aspen Technology Jumped Today
The stock market set new all-time highs, but these stocks put in even more impressive performance Wednesday. Find out more about what made them soar.
Why Aspen Technology Inc. Shares Peaked
Aspen shares soar after the company reports better-than-expected third-quarter results. Can its shares head even higher?
Cloud Stocks: Upside Value or Downside Risk?
salesforce.com, Workday, ServiceNow, The Ultimate Software Group, and Aspen Technology all operate in the cloud, but by being grouped in three different segments, each company presents different levels of value following large losses in March.
Workday: Are Problems Lingering Ahead?
Workday's had a good run, but the operational effeciency of Aspen Technology and Ultimate Software Group combined with the IPO of Paycom Software could create problems for its valuation model.
Should You Be Invested in Enterprise Cloud Software Companies?
Given a particularly weak earnings report from IBM, and strong earnings from Service Now and Aspen Technology, reasons are starting to build that enterprise cloud software stocks may soar this earnings season.
Is ServiceNow the Best Cloud Investment Option?
ServiceNow is part of the lucrative and ever-exciting enterprise cloud software space, joined by the likes of Workday, Salesforce.com, and Aspen Technology. Given its strong quarterly performance, investors are asking if the stock will continue to soar.
Enterprise Software: Growth at a Cost
Enterprise software companies might lure you in with high year-over-year growth rates, but that the performance comes with a cost, and very few are separating from the pack.
Is Salesforce.com the Best Value in Enterprise Software?
Salesforce.com might be the largest in its industry, but with strong growth and room to improve, is it also the best value investment?
Has This Momentum Stock Run Its Course? And What About Its Industry?
Enterprise-software companies are a high-valued bunch of stocks, but have they reached a point where valuations are stretched to the max?