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Sprinklr Stock Is a Chance to Cash In on a $1 Trillion Market

Sprinklr stock goes public next week.

The Sprinklr IPO is expected to sell 19 million shares priced between $18 and $20 a pop.

That will value the company at close to $5 billion.

That's not too shabby for a company with just under $340 million in sales last year.

While not the flashiest company, it could be a silent winner in the enterprise software market set to double from $500 billion to $1 trillion by the end of the decade.

If you miss out on profits from this trend, don't let it be because you found it "boring."


This Top Dividend Stock Just Got Even Better

On Monday night, telecom giant Verizon confirmed that it’s selling its Yahoo! and AOL media holdings to private equity firm Apollo Global Management.

Verizon’s willingness to sell while taking a $4 billion-plus hit shows its eagerness to get out of the media and digital advertising space and re-focus on where the growth really is: 5G.

Here’s what you need to know… .


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Dow Jones Today Could Stay Flat on D.C. Stimulus Battle

The Dow Jones today is flat as Washington can’t seem to agree on a stimulus package.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that Congress and the White House are still miles apart on an agreement to provide economic stimulus to millions of Americans.

The White House has recently pitched a $1.8 trillion stimulus plan, while the Senate plans to vote on a limited stimulus bill that will offer “targeted relief for American workers, including new funding” for the Paycheck Protection Program.



The 5 Best Safe Stocks to Buy Right Now

Markets are noisy again this week.

With momentum teetering between positive and negative, many investors are looking for a place to hide.

The challenge is discovering which stocks are safe right now.

Far too many people are willing to leave the search for safe stocks up to the court of popular opinion.

Analysts are pushing investors into the big blue chips like FANMAG because they "feel" safe.

These firms produce popular products that are always in demand.

be true – I crunched some numbers and came up with a set of characteristics that define safe stocks.

Here they are...


Why Elastic Stock Could Be the Next Google

Can you imagine life without search?

Before the internet you had to go to an encyclopedia, visit a library, or phone a friend and not even be sure if you got the right answer.

Nothing was instantaneous.

The ability to give people the exact info they're looking for on command is why Google's parent company Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) has turned into a $1 trillion mammoth.

While Google has been a monster success, another company is staking its claim to the future of search.

You see, the idea of having data at your fingertips is much older than the internet, and it's not stopping there either...