Investors warmed back up to cloud software stocks last month.
The Chinese online media company's big earnings beat was overlooked due to weak guidance from its key subsidiary.
Shares of the human-resources software company hit a record high last month and have nearly doubled in 2019.
The cloud fintech company's third-quarter results delivered a positive earnings surprise.
Impressive third-quarter results helped lift the real-estate services stock to a year-long high.
A second-quarter sales beat and hints of a return to more robust growth for a key segment lifted the stock.
An earnings beat and acquisition-related cost savings helped deliver double-digit gains last month.
Strong sales for the company's main drug and potential new applications and treatments have pushed the pharma stock up 48% in 2019.
An earnings beat and a rebound for cloud software stocks boosted the company last month.
The gaming company's shares have seen some recovery but still offer big upside potential.
The enterprise-software stock hit the market in August and is up 69% from its $16-per-share opening price.
Increased confidence in the cloud software market boosted the enterprise search stock last month, and earnings results are just around the corner.
Institutional buying helped it rebound from late-October sell-offs, and shares are now up roughly 50% on the year.
The social-media leader just bought a VR game developer, and more acquisitions in the space could follow.
These two tech leaders are looking cheap after recent sell-offs.
The Chinese e-commerce stock looks like a worthwhile buy for risk-tolerant investors.
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After a closer look, the market decided it wasn't impressed with the company's results.
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VR's first must-have game could be just months away and headset makers stand to benefit.