Kinda asleep at the wheel here. Not that anyone gives a rat’s about earnings in this macro environment. Well, that isn’t true, either. Elevator has a “down” button, but for going up, you’re on your own. DW has a few shares of Zoominfo. They reported BMO and were immediately down, finished off 28% or so. 46% y-o-y revenue growth to $287 million with $86.7 million cash flow from operations (non-GAAP). 41% margin. Operating income +51$ y-o-y. But forecast only 4% revenue growth for sequential quarter. Immediate crush job and no reaction to the Fed speak. Already one of those automobile cubes.
But, some earnings dates:
STEM 11/3 AMC
DOCS 11/10 AMC
SNOW 11/30 AMC
Sorry for incomplete data.
80% cash and wondering when/if SPG will get marked down again.
KC, celebrating being down only 1.3% on a down 7% tech day. FOMO
AUSTIN, Texas, November 02, 2022 --(BUSINESS WIRE)–CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CRWD), today announced that it will release financial results for its fiscal third quarter 2023 ended October 31, 2022 after the U.S. market close on Tuesday, November 29, 2022. CrowdStrike will host a conference call that day at 2:00 p.m. Pacific time (5:00 p.m. Eastern time) to discuss the results.
No wonder the option premiums on CRWD are so juicy. My shares were called away at $139 on 26th. I sold puts expiring Friday at $122 and $124 strike prices. Normally do not dabble in options that expire after earnings, but those are pretty decent discounts (today). Friday could be another matter.
I’ve got a question that maybe you can answer but maybe not. (I’d ask Saul directly, but I’m not among the anointed.) When Saul says (as he just did) that he added to some of his stocks at what were “ridiculously low prices”, how does he determine whether a price is low or not? It’s history? Some ratio? Has he ever said how? Thanks.
he chastised some schlup for wanting to buy DDOG at $135 when it was at $150. Of course it is about $70 now. I imagine he considers that “low” but who knows.
He has given back all of 2021 gains and most of 2020 gains at the moment.
By my public school math, he is around 50% higher than start of 2020, but that is down quite a bit from the 200%+ he was up at end of 2020.
But he just keeps pointing out how he did in 2017-2019 compared to S&P to justify why a 65% drawdown is no biggie.
Not sure he is the guy you want determining whether something is cheap or not, in a bear market, ya know? Picking a momentum stock in a bull market? Sure…he’s your guy.