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Mandy Xu from Credit Suisse was on Bloomberg TV on Friday morning. Her title is "Chief Equity Derivative Strategist". She's bullish on tech stocks right now. The Fed is about to start raising interest rates, but Xu pointed out that in the past this has usually been a good time to invest in tech stocks. Three out of the last four times that the Fed began raising short term interest rates, tech was the best performing sector. Recently long term interest rates have also moved significantly higher. But Xu pointed out that when there is a significant increase in long term interest rates, 6-12 months later, the tech sector is up 90% of the time, usually by double digits.
On Sept 30, the most recently reported data point, Credit Suisse owned 1.2m shares of C3. Xu said that investors should be buying the dip right now in tech stocks, so I assume that Credit Suisse is adding to their position in C3.
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Start Making Sense- No secret that there has been a sell-off (fear of inflation /rates ?) in Tech stocks generally, except the few "elite", and especially the ARK Innovation names- those very young companies with No Earnings, and valued on Price/Sales. At some point money will flow back in -BUT- the point is> I suspect the first to get a bite will be beaten -down stocks , just overvalued, but with a great franchise-like Pay Pal. Earnings do count- because the ONLY real reason for a company to be in business is-Profits. Not- Sales/ Job Creation/ Community Service/ nifty products/ Customer Service/making other companies efficient, or saving the World. Obvious, but sometimes forgotten. C3.ai stock will move up, when it shows it can be profitable.
who is selling at ATL? really, just asking, who? retails? for sure no. hedge funds? no. so who's left. shorts and insiders. why would an insider sell at ATL. dont get it. please give proffesional answers.
Shaggy was right about baker Hughes math
i guess there are still 28 dollars left to go
$AI, why would this even tank? it has only $4.42M in total debt and $970M in total cash (mrq).
In the spring of 2020, I accumulated 7,000 shares of crowdstrike as the market was tanking and the Dow hit 18,000. I saw the same shorts and aliases that are on this board on the crowdstrike board spreading the same BS comments. A year later I sold crowdstrike above $250 per share. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I began accumulating c3ai shares yesterday. I will be buying up to 10,000 shares next week. The shorts play their games but their time is near over. GLTY!
85% down from highs Wow
This is too cheap -I’m buyin’!
Dan Flax, a Senior Research Analyst at Neuberger Berman, was on Squawk Box on CNBC on Friday. He said that innovation and growth is the key to driving shareholder returns in technology and they see a lot of that right now. In artificial intelligence, he said Nvidia (C3 partner) is driving innovation. In the cloud space, he said Google (C3 partner) offers a lot of differentiation. He said Neuberger Berman sees a lot of room for outperformance in tech over the next couple of years. He said, "We're buying with both hands."
buy on fear!
Off topic on Ai but applies to this as well. There are SO many great buys to begin dollar cost averaging on. Companies who are getting punished just for being a tech stock or high growth. Fear is growing which is the best time to buy. I have seen this so often in the past, just in my view, take advantage and don't be scared. This is how the BIG money is made. Be patient. best of luck!
Come on people its time to celebrate the joke that is c3 right?
MM's are telling retail investors to buy financials, industrials, and healthcare. So that they can cycle out of them and back into beaten down tech. Money is made when you are buying at these levels not when you are following the crowd.
is c3.ai a AI development company or just a platform to bundle all the AI tools/softwares? would appreciate if anyone knows the field share your thoughts
C3 is a growth stock so it will continue to struggle in this environment until the FED is no longer front-and-center another 2 or 3 quarters. Patience. 📈
MLK sell off begins Tuesday.
I'm curious if anyone else read the MF article by Josh Kohn-Lindquist on January 7th and paid attention to the following statement:
"However, one thing to note regarding the company's revenue sources is that as of fiscal year-end 2021, 31% and 37% of total sales came from Baker Hughes and Engie, oil and utility industry experts, respectively."
Did anyone else know that Engie was responsible for more revenue than Baker, and if so, where did that information come from? I've never heard anything like that from any of the earnings reports or analyst's statements. Not that it concerns me in the least, actually it assuages one of the major talking of some of the analysts claiming that the company is totally reliant on one client, obviously that isn't true, though maybe reliant now on five clients, with the 500 million dollar contract from the DOD, 140 million in the pipeline from Azure and 58 million in the pipeline from Google Cloud.
Wall Street firm Needham has attached a $103 price target to C3.ai's stock, which represents a whopping 244% gain from today's price. That's an encouraging thumbs-up, especially when considered alongside the heavy-hitting tech titans C3.ai is working with. This stock could really supercharge your portfolio in 2022 and beyond.
The trick is if you don’t look at the price, the price can be whatever you want it to be. I’ve been doing this since $93 and see no problem.
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