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i really love our entire market experts . You are correct that CVLT is in different busienss than OLAP. CVLT has great product . Here is example CNBC was all over yesterday saying Goegle is working on new technology with water cooling for data center and those ignorant folks don't know that water cooling has been technology used in main frame since 1960 .....So there is nothing new .....again I love when non technical folks always come out as day trader and pass valuation and understanding company mission . This company can go higher then lot of other provider in this space being for all complaicne they will become household name in years to come and they will be part of not only enterprise market but they will be behind I Cloud or any other cloud for comsumbale cloud product .....So this company is in growth market and it will be big time growth story
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Actually, no they're not. Teradata does OLAP, and Commvault does backup and recovery. They're both "data management" but they're as similar as an avocado is to an orange, which are both fruits.
Why this stock is so down while their earing beat the expectation ............This is really indication of great manipulation in market ........
According to Investors' Business Daily CVLT fell following a warning issued by Teradata (TDC) that sales are slowing. CVLT and TDC are in the same data-management business.
Low volume and it seems this stock is getting manipulated again .....This is solid company and I expect by end of the week to be above 90 ......look at the major holder from funds and they are not dumping and as matter of fact, they are buying from this down price from retail investors like us ...