We are maintaining our fair value estimate of $202 for wide-moat Salesforce and view shares as attractive.
We are raising our fair value estimate for this wide-moat firm after an impressive first quarter.
Sharp sell-off leaves valuations attractive.
We now see an opportunity for investors to trade up into several high-quality stocks.
We are raising our fair value estimate to $202, from $186, based on rolling our model forward and modest adjustments, and view shares as attractive.
We bumped our growth and margin assumptions up throughout our model and as a result, raise our fair value estimate to $185 from $155.
The wide-moat firm's technology applies to many fields, and opportunities continue to appear.
We are maintaining our fair value estimate of $186 and view shares as attractive.
We believe wide-moat Microsoft is firing on all cylinders and remains a relatively safe harbor.
Shares are overvalued, and we encourage investors to consider other software stocks.
The wide-moat firm remains a safe harbor in a sea of rich software valuations.
Guidewire stands to profit as property and casualty insurers abandon legacy systems.
The software company seeks to upgrade a large and underserved government niche.
Wide-moat ServiceNow is the fastest organic growth story among the large-cap software firms we cover.
Solid revenue upside drove better margins for the wide-moat firm.
We're expecting the long-term trends to remain intact, and we still foresee very strong growth from Azure and Office365.
The wide-moat company is aiming beyond its dominance of content creation.
Very few companies the size of Microsoft that can offer 12% revenue growth and 15% earnings growth in each of the next several years.