Cloud Enthusiasm Makes Ink. Stock a screaming buy

Despite the instability of prices in the market ink. (Nasdaq:CRM) has been fairly stable. This pattern to continue going forward? I think it will be, as salesforce stock should continue its “fast and stable” growth above.

Campaign CRM to 19% per year, eclipsing the achievements in the spdr s&P 500 in real-time trust (NYSEARCA:spy) and participate qqq trust, Series 1 (data) (Nasdaq:third quarter), which are flat and 4%, respectively.

Also for the record, salesforce stock has risen over the last 12 months 45%.

The average price target on wall Street requires to unite CRM 13% to $137.50. The goal calls for rally 31% to $160 and even the lowest price target is not very encouraging for bears. He sits in the$ 116, less than 5% below current levels.

Investors should consider buying a 5% pullback, not selling. Here’s why.

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I would draw a trendline on the chart below, but it’s pretty cut and dry: salesforce was a beast. Actually, the best promotions trend at the moment is the 100-day moving average (green line).

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For new investors or investors seeking to increase their share of the kickbacks to the 100-day moving average needs to be purchased. It was from June, about $85. Shares rallied 36 $or more than 40% Since then. Not too shabby.

At the current price to retest the 100-day would require a roll back down to 113$, although by the time the CRM and pulls back, 100 day may be higher than the measured current. In addition, it is the $115 area has some support outside the 100-th day; the level of support (black line).

There is a small resistance down as well (in blue), but I did not expect that to undermine the long-term CRM in the trend.

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Further, enterprise software, cloud and similar businesses in CRM already holds good. This is despite the increased volatility in the market lately, as these names are well on days the market. That should worry investors, as they will go to the name once the market becomes more bullish.

Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq:Russian market) is another one that behaves very well.

Why Are We, As Salesforce Stock

There are many reasons, such as CRM at the moment. One of the main reasons? That salesforce works in an industry that sees growth acceleration. Cite the economy and it industry (or both), but the company and many others continue to do very well.

It allows these companies to keep better than in other industries and sectors, not necessarily a rally in the market will decline, but still the fact remains. This is a very encouraging price.

Cloud computing growth is not slowing down, as evidenced by visible through ink. (Nasdaq:weekly), Adobe (Nasdaq:easy to create, adjust), and recent earnings results from alphabet Inc (USA:stock markets, indices,analogs).

The industry continues to fire on all cylinders and while many people may think that the cloud is the past, and artificial intelligence is the future, they may be overlooking, how much growth is still left in the cloud.

All of this bodes well for CRM stock and it still has a long runway of growth.

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How much runway? Analysts are looking for strong growth this year. Front profit estimates call for 21% growth this year (fiscal 2019) and more than 19% next year (in fiscal 2020). The long term expected revenue growth of approximately 20% over the next four years.

However, this may not be enough. Waiting to call 2022 19.8 billion, but CEO mark Benioff constantly says the company’s management sees a clear path to 20 billion dollars by 2022. It may not seem all that special, but I think that by 2018 the volume of sales was “only” $ 10.5 billion. Therefore, the company should essentially double between then and 2022.

It becomes more realistic, given that salesforce deferred income stock grew by 28% yoy in the last quarter.

Let’s not forget about the bottom line either: earnings will grow this year by almost 60% and over 25% next year. While CRM systems are not exactly known for his power earnings, of course, salesforce turnover in both its business and its shares.

Bret Kenwell Manager and author of the forthcoming “blue chips” and on Twitter @BretKenwell. At the time of this writing, Bret Kenwell held a long position in CRM and googl.

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