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News & Analysis: Twilio
High-flying software stocks have been sold off recently. Here are a few outperformers that have recently gone on sale.
Sometimes the market gives long-term investors a gift for no reason whatsoever.
Volatile growth stocks can make big moves for no obvious reason. That's what the cloud computing sector is doing today.
These three high-growth stocks could deliver multibagger returns over the next few decades.
These forward-looking companies are riding trends in consumer spending, cloud computing, and cancer screening.
The recent dip in their stock prices probably won't last long.
Twilio stock pulled back after its latest results, but the long-term opportunity is too attractive to pass up.
Pull the curtain back on these companies and you'll see just how big their influence is.
The mobile communications specialist posted 86% top-line growth while nearly tripling net losses per share.