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Oracle Corporation 500 Oracle Parkway Redwood City CA, 94065
Oracle Corp is a computer software company. It sells enterprise information technology solutions, including databases, middleware, applications, and hardware. The Company primarily offers software licenses, support, and maintenance services worldwide.
  • CEO: Mark V. Hurd / Safra Ada Catz
  • Employees: 137,000
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Application Software
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  • 4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: BBBY, PLTR, FUBO, ORCL

    The market opened with a dip on Friday, but bulls were quick to bid it back up. That said, let’s have a look at a few top stock trades. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 1: Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of TrendSpider You remember our good friend Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY), right? This one has been flagged multiple times, in a newsletter and even selected as a stock of the year candidate. Well, BBBY stock just keeps on going, as its short interest has fueled a strong move to the upside.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Earlier this year, shares shook off a disappointing earnings reaction after breaking out over resistance. The rise has been impressive since, as shares powered through the prior 2020 highs near $26. 7 Great Sub-$20 Stocks to Buy After Inauguration Day Now hitting the 161.8% extension of the recent range (within a penny!), BBBY stock is backing off a bit. From here, I want to see $25 to $26 act as support. Over Friday’s high, and a run toward $40 is possible. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 2: Palantir (PLTR) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of TrendSpider Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) has been flirting with a move to the upside for more than a week, tantalizing traders in the process with its false moves higher. First $27.50 rejected a big rally. Then $28. Finally, shares powered up on Friday, bursting through the weekly-up trigger (at the previously mentioned $28 mark), and pushed through clear resistance at $29. Now it’s contending with the December high near $31.25. A close above it puts the highs in play at $33.50. Above that, and we could see an extension up toward $40. On the downside, though, I now want to see $29 to $30 act as support. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 3: FuboTV (FUBO) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of TrendSpider FuboTV (NYSE:FUBO) gave us exactly what we were looking for this week. On Thursday, the stock cleared the two-day high at $32.50 after a low-volume pullback, ripping to the 20-day moving average in the process. Now pushing over that mark, the stock is potentially setting up for a strong inside-and-up week next week. In plain English, this week’s range is within the prior week’s range — that’s the “inside” part — while the “and up” part requires a move over this week’s high (which will be set on Friday). Over the prior week’s high at $40.40 puts the gap-fill in play at $42.82. Above that could put the squeeze on, potentially putting $50-plus on the table. I don’t want to be too aggressive, though. 10 E-Commerce Stocks That Are Leading the Charge Into Digital On the downside, however, look for the 10-week and 50-day moving averages to continue holding as support. That support level earlier this week combined with the tight two-day range gave traders something to work with and it paid off big time. Now let’s see if it can continue. Top Trades for Monday No. 4: Oracle (ORCL) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of TrendSpider Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) caught a nice rally off the lows on Friday, bouncing from the 100-day moving average. Still, it ended lower on Friday after a downgrade from Goldman Sachs. Next week, I want to see Oracle regain the 50-day and 10-week moving averages, as well as that key $61.86 mark. If these levels are resistance, the 100-day moving average may be back on the table, as well as the potential for more downside. Above them will put the 21-day moving average in play, followed by a possible push to the $65 area — although that’s some high expectations for the moment. On the downside, though, a full-on break could put the $56.50 area on deck. On the date of publication, Bret Kenwell held a long position in BBBY. Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner It doesn’t matter if you have $500 in savings or $5 million. Do this now. The post 4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: BBBY, PLTR, FUBO, ORCL appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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  • Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle Join Hands To Develop COVID-19 Vaccine Passports

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  • What It Means Now That Google Goes Union

    Recently 400 employees at Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG) formed a union (this was through the Communications Workers of America Local 1400). For the most part, the impact on Google stock is likely to be minimal – at least in the short-run. Keep in mind that the company has more than 260,000 employees. And of course, this base will likely keep growing in the years ahead. Source: achinthamb / Unions in the technology industry are rare. A big reason for this is the lucrative salaries. Companies like Google, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) routinely engage in aggressive recruiting and even poaching of employees. The compensation packages not only often include large salaries but equity option packages. It’s not uncommon for top technical people to be worth millions. So what does this unionization at Google mean? And why did this happen? Well, interestingly enough, the reasons are not the typical ones. It does appear that the union will be more about giving employees a voice in the actions of the company’s senior management decisions.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips So let’s take a look. Society and Technology Until 20 years ago or so, the technology industry was mostly about helping to improve the efficiency of companies and government organizations. The systems allowed for automation of core functions like payroll, human resources, sales, logistics and so on. 10 of 2020’s Most Fascinating SPAC Stocks But with the growth of the internet, social media and smartphones, the technology industry has increasingly become an important part of the daily lives of consumers. This trend certainly provided many benefits like lower costs, convenience and better services. Just look at how we hail rides with Uber (NYSE:UBER), easily purchase airline tickets on Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE), get food delivery from DoorDash (NYSE:DASH) or rent someone’s home via Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB). Then again, the technology has its downsides as well. The hacks of our personal data have become commonplace. But there are even potential threats to our liberty. A prime example is the use of artificial intelligence for facial recognition. What if it is used to identify a crime but the data is somehow biased? The consequences can be devastating. No doubt, a company like Google is at the vortex of all this. The company makes much of its money based on leveraging people’s data, such as with the viewing of videos, sending email and checking out maps. But for Google employees working on this technology, there can be anxiety. Might the innovations be used for bad outcomes? Could there be abuse? And who makes the ethical decisions? It’s extremely complicated and the answers are not clear cut. So it should be no surprise that Google has made its share of missteps. For example, there was the recent departure of Timnit Gebru, who is one of the world’s top ethics researchers for AI. She alleged that she was fired because of one of her papers and the complaints she had about the lack of diversity within Google. Now it’s important to note that the company’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, has apologized and will investigate the matter. Bottom Line on Google Stock There have been other unions at Google. One was for security guards and another was for employees at for the company’s cafeteria’s (yes, there are many on the main campus!) But the union with the Communications Workers of America Local 1400 is different because it covers most of the employees. This is even the case for non-Google operations like Waymo. Of course, when it comes to unions, they are often a negative for companies. But in the case of Google stock, I actually think the move is a positive. Again, the company is already very competitive with its compensation and benefits. But more importantly, as technology becomes more essential and pervasive across society, there needs to be more responsibility. And this is why it is critical to have more people involved in this process. On the date of publication, Tom Taulli did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in any of the securities mentioned in this article. Tom Taulli (@ttaulli) is the author of various books on investing and technology, including Artificial Intelligence Basics, High-Profit IPO Strategies and All About Short Selling.  He is also the author of courses on topics like the Python language and COBOL.  More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post What It Means Now That Google Goes Union appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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After all, ChargePoint had agreed to merge with Switchback in September at a price of $10 per share. 10 of 2020’s Most Fascinating SPAC Stocks Since then, in less than three months, SBE has gained 210%. The question is why. It’s hard to pin down, truthfully. ChargePoint hasn’t disclosed any news that’s particularly noteworthy. Switchback itself is just a shell company. An SBE bull could point to the elections in early November as a catalyst. The win by Democrat Joe Biden ostensibly is bullish for EVs in the U.S. But that case seems thin. A Biden win was widely expected (by the betting markets as well as the again-unreliable polls). In fact, it was believed that Democrats were likely to sweep all three branches of government. After the run-offs in Georgia, the more pro-environment party will have narrow control of the U.S. Senate, with a single defection able to block any major legislation. The answer seems to be that the rest of the market has gone nuts. EV stocks of all kinds, and particularly EV-related SPACs like SBE, have soared. Small-cap stocks have been on a tear. Anything with growth potential seemingly has gone parabolic or close, no matter the valuation. Switchback Energy stock has not been an exception. Another Bubble? As I’ve written before, I saw the peak of the dot-com bubble first-hand through 1999 and early 2000. And since then, I’ve bristled at comparisons to that time. Honestly, I’m not bristling anymore, and Switchback Energy stock is an example why. A 200% rally in three months on no news (at least, no unexpected news) is not normal. It’s not healthy. And it’s not sustainable. To be clear, this is not to say that ChargePoint is a fad, or akin to and the other dot-com names of the late 1990s. But the late 1990s bubble wasn’t built solely, or even mostly, on weak companies. Indeed, the telecom bubble was broader and larger. Meanwhile, at the peak, the most expensive and most valuable names in the market included Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO), Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) and EMC, which is now part of Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL). Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) was the 30th-most valuable company in the world. Those are some of the best tech companies of the past two decades. Cisco and Oracle still have market capitalizations well below their March 2000 levels. As recently as April, Qualcomm sat below its peak. Simply put, those companies delivered on their potential. Their stocks did not, because the valuations had run too far. Switchback Energy Stock Goes Parabolic At $40, SBE stock is running into a similar problem. This is a company that, in its merger presentation, estimated revenue of $1 billion once EV penetration reaches 3% of cars on the road. The industry is a long way from that goal, given that EVs represented less than 3% of new car sales last year, leaving tens of millions of ICE (internal combustion engines) That estimate is precisely that: an estimate. And since ChargePoint is going public via the SPAC route instead of via a traditional initial public offering, it can make such a claim with less verification and lighter disclosure. EV investors should have learned from Nikola (NASDAQ:NKLA) the dangers posed by such thin disclosures. Even assuming the estimate is correct, SBE stock is trading at more than 13x a revenue level that’s likely five to seven years in the future. Given gross margin targets in the range of 40% to 45%, it’s valued at something like 30x gross profit on the same basis. Those are massive multiples, even in a market that’s soared to new highs this year. And they’re even more massive than they were two months ago, due to a rally that seems to have little justification beyond widespread investor optimism. In that context, the rally looks questionable at best. ChargePoint might succeed, but that no longer makes SBE stock a buy. On the date of publication, Vince Martin did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.  More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post Switchback Energy Is Getting Way Ahead of Itself appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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