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DocuSign, Inc. (DOCU)

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69.75+0.16 (+0.23%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
68.13 -1.62 (-2.32%)
Pre-Market: 05:44AM EDT
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  • D
    Dick
    I work in real estate in Europe and even our customers are asking to use DocuSign... Great product and it has become a verb in our sector. "When can we docusign the lease agreement?" This will become the standard in a lot more businesses, therefore has a lot of growth potential!
  • R
    Ronny
    The company is sound,
    Valuation PPS went far overboard. I think 100 coming this fall.
  • T
    The Canadian Basketball Dynasty
    Easily 85 by end of next week...way under valued. This is not a work from home stock. It is how companies now get documentation/sigs easily when in the office!. Best in class wins.
    Bullish
  • A
    Alexo
    Easy money till $95. Good luck 🍀
    Bullish
  • M
    Mark
    Not sure what caused the drop from $300+ to the mid 50s in 1 year. I think this is a good company I know many realtors use it and houses have been selling like crazy up to now. 
  • a
    aby
    First time on Friday I have actually used this product. A potential new client sent me contract to sign on this trash portal. After about 10 minutes to figure out the website user name and password, and where to sign I gave up. I printed the paper, signed it, scanned it and emailed it back in 1 min.

    That is docu competition - a printer, and scanner. Bunch of over paid coders vs. Kodak.
  • D
    DilboShwagins
    Mortgage rates just hit 5%. LOL, what till we hit the JimmyCarter-like 12% mortgage rates again. Or when the gas tax holiday/strategic oil reserve handouts stop and gas goes back to $5 (still $4, which isn't the $1.67 is was 2 years ago). Ooops.
  • R
    Ruth
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  • p
    poopturdsfloat
    20% decline in US home sales year-over-year. This is just the beginning.
  • W
    Wolfmeat
    This product is overpriced and bottom line the company isn't profitable. Competition is stiff and they will have trouble continuing to compete.
  • h
    happy
    Cramer laughing at DOCU, time to buy
  • c
    c
    Are we heading back to the $50's?
  • W
    Wisdom of Crowds
    I hold no position in Docusign…really like the product but at such a high p/e (even after drop) I worry that the product can just be essentially copied by Microsoft or Adobe and added to their ecosystem…..easier/cheaper than acquisition. Thoughts?
    Neutral
  • D
    Dan K
    SAN FRANCISCO, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) today announced an expansion of its global strategic partnership with Microsoft to accelerate how people collaborate and come to agreement in the anywhere economy. This will accelerate growth 20% beyond current growth rates starting in 2H 2023
  • J
    Jason
    Is it dead stock? Sigh
  • W
    Wing
    Not even for $60, major pump, over valued
  • e
    eddy
    A merger with ZM makes sense
  • t
    thermo_bea
    DOCU remains a mystery. Why did so many retail investors became so enthusiastic about an "unsexy" company and continue to praise its merits after it experienced incredible opportunities and still managed negative EPS and negative EBIT? The price-to-revenue multiple still hovers around 6x with the stock at $60+/shr. I welcome any fundamental analysis that shows DOCU is a good value at this level. I'm open to hear the case. I'll I see is "people want to sign documents online".
  • J
    John
    DOCU has a good product BUT the CEO hasn't been able to convince customers to purchase lucrative add-ons. In addition, DOCU's basic software is easily duplicated by other companies;IE Adobe.

    Quite a few pumpers seem to think DOCU could be bought out by Microsoft but this is just wishful thinking. Microsoft will just make their own software and muscle out DOCU (The Apple BNPL Model.)

    With current EPS loss, this stock will trade much lower, especially when the CEO will have to guide down.
    Bearish
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