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|Ask||39.06 x 800|
|Day's range||38.38 - 39.36|
|52-week range||20.34 - 55.79|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||4 Dec 2019|
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|1y target est||51.00|
Smartsheet (SMAR) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 50.00% and 1.79%, respectively, for the quarter ended July 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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Okta's (OKTA) continued investments are expected to keep second-quarter fiscal 2020 margin under pressure despite increasing adoption of Identity solutions.
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Dell's (DELL) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results are expected to benefit from its dominant position in the enterprise IT solutions market and PC market share gain.
OSI Systems' (OSIS) fiscal fourth-quarter 2019 results are expected to benefit from strength in demand for its security solutions in key markets like airports, port and correctional centers.
(Bloomberg) -- WeWork’s IPO prospectus lacks the information needed to create a financial model of the company, according to an analyst who specializes in new listings.The We Co., which is expected to raise about $3.5 billion in what would be 2019’s second-biggest initial public offering, must have put in a great effort to conceal the unit economics underlying the coworking space provider, said Triton Research Inc. Chief Executive Officer Rett Wallace.“The prospectus is a masterpiece of obfuscation,” he said in an interview. “If the underlying facts were positive, why would a company go to so much trouble to prevent you from understanding them?”Using what it calls an obfuscation index as one component of its ratings, Triton has built a strong track record predicting the winners and losers among technology IPOs. Since January 2018, listings that won an above-average score from Triton have risen about 92% from their offering prices, nearly triple the return of those scoring below average.IPOs with the highest Triton scores include standouts Elastic NV, Smartsheet Inc. and Anaplan Inc., while post-listing duds such as Sonos Inc., Dropbox Inc. and Lyft Inc. rank among the low scorers.Triton sees high levels of obfuscation in WeWork’s filing. For example, the company stops counting sales and marketing expenses at a given location once it’s been open for two years -- but the spending doesn’t actually stop after that. Instead, it counts as an operating expense, Triton said.A representative for New York-based WeWork declined to comment.Opening DatesWeWork’s filing doesn’t disclose the dates of when its locations opened or when the spending at a given location will switch into the operating expense bucket, according to Wallace. Like some government agencies, WeWork labels some compensation as investments.“When you make it impossible for people to have data-driven conviction, then everything is just sentiment,” Wallace said. “Sentiment can come and go, especially in a volatile tape like this.”Read more: WeWork IPO May Polarize Wall Street Into Warring Camps, MKM SaysThe lack of disclosure becomes even more apparent when contrasted with other IPO filings that are more direct, he added.“When companies fight you on understanding the basic proposition of the mousetrap, it’s always bad. People who have good mouse traps say, ‘This is the thing: You put the cheese in, the trap is designed to never break your thumb, and it catches mice nine times out of ten.’”Read more: WeWork IPO Shows It’s the Most Magical Unicorn: Shira OvideTo contact the reporter on this story: Drew Singer in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Brad Olesen at email@example.com, Michael HythaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Splunk's (SPLK) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results are expected to benefit from portfolio strength and robust partner base, which are helping it win new customers.
VMware's (VMW) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results are expected to benefit from continued enterprise deal wins, portfolio strength and partnerships with the likes of AWS and IBM.
Once known for organic growth, Smartsheet is making more and larger deals since its IPO. Here's how to know whether the deals are making an impact.