Two encouraging quarterly reports lifted shares of the cloud services company.
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An RV retailer, cloud-based storage specialist, and discount mall operator are getting back on track in a quarter that will be brutal for nearly everybody else.
You don't need a lot of money to get started with these promising investments.
The cloud-based data storage provider has a lot of things going for it these days, even if it's still not on a lot of cloud-computing investors' radars.
The cloud company looks cheap based on management's long-term plan, but investors should remain cautious.
DBX earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
After a brutal first quarter, let's go over some of the names to consider adding to your portfolio in the month ahead.
The file storage specialist shifted gears last month, introducing several investor-friendly policies and a more profitable strategic direction overall.
The cloud storage service is still struggling to vault back over its IPO price.
The cloud storage company plans to keep costs in check in order to expand operating margin.