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Snowflake Inc Ordinary Shares - Class A SNOW Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 147.52
  • Sector Technology
  • Industry Software - Application
  • Investment Style Large Growth
  • Day Range 146.10  –  149.47
  • Year Range 119.27  –  193.94
  • Market Cap 48.6373 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 3.5 Mil /  5.2 Mil
  • Price / Sales 19.52
  • Price / Book 9.18
  • Forward Div Yield
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Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis SNOW

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Snowflake Earnings: Stabilized Consumption, but Not Yet Recovery; Shares Attractive

Julie Bhusal Sharma Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Julie Bhusal Sharma |

Snowflake’s second quarter was a solid one, as revenue came in line with our expectations and GAAP EPS was slightly below our forecast. However, we baked in rosier expectations on the top and bottom line than consensus. As a result, shares are up 3% upon results due to the bigger beat relative to consensus. While we have moderated our expectations for the remainder of the year as we bake in continued consumption stabilization as seen in the quarter, we think Snowflake will see top-line reacceleration next year—as several new offerings will be released soon (including containerized services). We are maintaining our fair value estimate of $231 per share for no-moat Snowflake and we believe ample upside is still very much on the table, making Snowflake a top pick in the technology sector, in our view. Altogether, we believe the market is significantly discounting Snowflake's potential by underestimating three key areas: datasphere (total data in existence) growth, how differentiated Snowflake's technology is, and the powerful potential of Snowflake's small but mighty data marketplace. We think Snowflake’s consumption model spooks the market but we think switching costs inherent in the data storage space don’t need a formal subscription model to reap value.

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Business Description

Founded in 2012, Snowflake is a data lake, warehousing, and sharing company that came public in 2020. To date, the company has over 3,000 customers, including nearly 30% of the Fortune 500 as its customers. Snowflake’s data lake stores unstructured and semistructured data that can then be used in analytics to create insights stored in its data warehouse. Snowflake’s data sharing capability allows enterprises to easily buy and ingest data almost instantaneously compared with a traditionally months-long process. Overall, the company is known for the fact that all of its data solutions that can be hosted on various public clouds.

106 East Babcock Street, Suite 3A
Bozeman, MT, 59715
Industry Software - Application
Employees 5,884

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No. SNOW does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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SNOW’s market cap is 48.64 Bil.
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SNOW’s stock style is Large Growth.
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