Is Upland Software making money?

Upland claims over 10,000 companies use its products. Those companies include Pepsico, Frontier Airlines, GE (General Electric) Healthcare, Frontier Airlines, Western Union, and Extended Stay America, Upland claims.

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Is Intuitive Surgical (ISRG) Making Money?

Hence, the da Vinci system could have serious problems, Intuitive (ISRG) has not solved. So what do investors see in ISRG?

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Tractor Supply Shows Stocks are Bubbling

Tractor Supply is a small-box retailer that caters what I call the rural-fantasy lifestyle market. Tractor Supply does not sell to farmers. Instead, Tractor Supply sells hardware, pet food, horse stable, lawn mowers, tractors, sporting goods, and other items to rural middle and working-class homeowners who play farm.

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Will the Retail Apocalypse Kill Ladder Capital?

The retail apocalypse could destroy Ladder Capital (LADR) because of its of its focus on commercial real estate.

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Does fuboTV make money?

I suspect fubo’s business plan is to appeal to viewers who prefer a traditional television experience. Thus, fuboTV seems designed by Baby Boomers or Generation Xers for Baby Boomers and Generation Xers.

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Is Palantir a Bargain in Big Data?

Given those numbers, I do not consider Palantir a big data company. Instead, Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) is the true big data company.

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Is Change Healthcare Making Money?

I think investment in healthcare is growing because people are giving healthcare more thought because of coronavirus. The pandemic and all the coverage of COVID care have many people researching and investigating healthcare stocks.

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Is Sarepta Therapeutics Making Money?

Sarepta lost 50% of its market capitalization after the company’s CEO Doug Ingram admitted its gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy does not work, Barron’s reports. In essence, the failure of one drug can doom a company such as Sarepta (SRPT).

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Is Palo Alto Networks Making Money from Cloud Security?

Demand for services such as Expanse’s is growing because coronavirus drives more people to work remotely. For example, Palo Alto claims oilfield services firm Schlumberger’s (NYSE: SLB) remote work force grew by 220% in a few days.  

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