Snowflake Inc Cl A (SNOW)
$282.10 7.95 (2.90%)
19:58 EST SNOW Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.74M
Day's Range 267.49 - 283.39
52-Week Range 208.55 - 319.00
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Snowflake has impressive growth and a bevy of big investors. But the stock also has a huge valuation. Let's wait and see.
Although Snowflake will likely keep growing significantly in the coming quarters, it is richly valued, meaning SNOW stock may come under short-term pressure
Snow Stock has a lot of positives but not without a fair share of risks which makes its current lofty valuation unwarrantable
It’s seemingly priced for perfection, but with many investors hoping to buy SNOW stock on weakness, be prepared to chase
By Thomas Niel
The risk of competition, not a rich valuation, is the reason potential investors should continue skipping out on SNOW stock.
Snowflake (SNOW) stock is on the rise Monday after analysts have started covering the company with ratings and price targets.
Snowflake has doubled since going public in September. While its company name is kind of silly, the same can’t be said of SNOW stock.
It's tempting to jump into the shiny new object, particularly when that object resides in the scintillating cloud computing space, but investors would do well to exercise discretion with Snowflake.
Thanks to big-time support, SNOW stock has garnered substantial bullish interest. However, the underlying platform – no matter how great it is – risks commoditization later down the road.
Snowflake is bound to expand its addressable market through to 2023 and investors are willing to pay too much for it.
Investors should wait for a significant pullback by SNOW stock before buying the shares. Its valuation is very high.
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By Thomas Niel
It's a matter of when, not if, today's tech bubble bursts. So why buy SNOW stock now, when you can jump in later at a lower price?
SNOW stock is the year's hottest IPO, and it's not hard to see why. Just let shares correct a bit before taking aggressive positions.
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