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Okta Inc Class A OKTA Stock Quote

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NASDAQ: OKTA

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Okta Conjures Up a Great Quarter Amid a Tight Macro Environment; Maintaining $71 FVE

Analyst Note

| Malik Ahmed Khan |

We are maintaining our $71 fair value estimate for no-moat Okta after the firm’s strong fiscal third-quarter financial results were offset by the macro tightness which we see affecting the firm’s financials for the upcoming quarters. As the firm navigates the tricky macro environment where most companies across our cybersecurity coverage have reported elongating sales cycles and softness in customer demand, we believe Okta is strongly positioned to benefit from the eventual rebound as the macroenvironment improves. While we don’t believe Okta’s business, with the value-destructive acquisition of Auth0, merits a narrow moat, we continue to view the firm as a leader in the identity and access management space. With shares up almost 15% after hours, we would recommend investors seek a larger margin of safety to invest in a Very-High-Uncertainty-rated name.

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Company Profile OKTA

Business Description

Okta is a cloud-native security company that focuses on identity and access management. The San Francisco-based firm went public in 2017 and focuses on two key client stakeholder groups: workforces and customers. Okta’s workforce offerings enable a company’s employees to securely access its cloud-based and on-premises resources. The firm’s customer offerings allow its clients’ customers to securely access the client’s applications.

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100 First Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA, 94105
Industry Software - Infrastructure
Employees 6,037

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FAQs for Okta Inc Class A Stock

No. OKTA does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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OKTA’s market cap is 9.88 Bil.
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OKTA’s stock style is Mid Growth.
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OKTA’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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