|Bid||125.66 x 1100|
|Ask||125.75 x 800|
|Day's Range||125.31 - 127.83|
|52 Week Range||62.43 - 151.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 4, 2019 - Nov 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||151.62|
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COO of Twilio Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) George Hu (insider trades) sold 7,670 shares of TWLO on 08/15/2019 at an average price of $123.88 a share. Continue reading...
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Jeff Immelt, former head of General Electric, has invested a million dollars in Twilio stock as the cloud-communications firm’s shares swooned.
Twilio , the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that Khozema Shipchandler, Twilio’s CFO, will participate in a fireside chat at the 2019 KeyBanc Capital Markets Tech Forum at Hotel Talisa in Vail, CO.
SendGrid CEO Sameer Dholakia tells TheStreet that the combination of SendGrid and its parent company, Twilio, is "like peanut butter and jelly" when it comes to product potential and revenue opportunities.
Yesterday, Twilio SendGrid—an email marketing and API provider—unveiled the beta launch of Twilio SendGrid Ads. Will the launch boost the stock?
SIGNAL 2019 -- Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced Verified By Twilio to give consumers the confidence to answer the phone again. Kicking off the initiative at its annual customer and developer conference SIGNAL, Twilio is partnering with leading call identification apps to help more than 200 million consumers know exactly who is calling them and why to help them determine what calls are real and needed versus those that are unwanted. Verified By Twilio is available in private beta for testing and adoption by other carriers, mobile operating systems and apps.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced that the company’s social impact arm -- Twilio.org -- has launched its Crisis Response and Prevention Initiative. The announcement was made at SIGNAL, the company’s annual developer and customer conference held this week at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The cloud communications firm rolled out a slew of new tools and updates on Tuesday, and is also making a play for the healthcare sector in 2020.
At its annual Signal developer conference, Twilio today announced a couple ofnew features for developers on its core messaging platform and users of itsrecently acquired SendGrid email service
SIGNAL 2019-- Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced Media Streams, which allows businesses to access, analyze and act on voice calls in real time to deliver better customer experiences. Launched in public beta today at SIGNAL, Twilio’s customer and developer conference, Media Streams is an API that makes it easy for developers to layer AI solutions, like natural language processing, keyword spotting and sentiment analysis, on top of live voice calls, to create context-rich conversations and better serve the customer.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today announced Twilio Conversations, an API that enables developers to build conversational experiences for their customers across multiple messaging channels. Integrating various messaging channels and maintaining the infrastructure to support group messaging and cross-channel conversations presents a complicated technical challenge for businesses.
Twilio (TWLO), the leading cloud communications platform, today unveiled Twilio SendGrid Ads, a capability within Marketing Campaigns, which enables marketers to create cohesive, multichannel engagements that drive business growth. Launched in beta today at Twilio’s annual customer and developer conference, SIGNAL, Ads gives marketers the tools to extend their existing email campaigns to a broader set of channels by building highly targeted display and social ad campaigns within the same platform they are already using.
It’s not pretty. The markets are a sea of red right now. Sparking the selloff was a particularly ‘nasty’ turn in the ongoing trade war. For the first time in a decade, the Chinese government devalued the yuan to fall below its 7-to-1 ratio with the US dollar. President Trump described Monday’s devaluation as a "major violation.” At the same time China announced its companies have paused purchases of US agricultural goods. In response the Dow Jones Industrial Average posted its worst day of the year on Monday, closing down 767 points. Meanwhile the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite index is now staring at its longest losing streak since November 2016. And the S&P 500 has not fared much better- it’s currently down 5% following President Trump’s tariff tweet last week. "Trade talks are continuing, and during the talks the U.S. will start, on September 1st, putting a small additional tariff of 10% on the remaining 300 billion dollars of products coming from China into our country," Trump tweeted on August 1- bringing a sharp end to the brief ceasefire between the two countries. However even in these troubled times, there are still stocks that are worth buying on the dip. Indeed, until now stocks have rallied strongly for much of 2019- and so now is an opportunity to find top names at more attractive prices. Let’s not forget that the Dow has still gained over 10% this year, while the S&P is up 13.5%. Here we searched for stocks with a notably bullish outlook from the Street, and strong growth prospects ahead. As you will see all three of these stocks show a firm ‘Strong Buy’ Street consensus right now based on the last three months of analyst ratings. Let’s take a closer look now: Alibaba (BABA)Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba may not be the first stock you think of buying when tariff tensions flare up. However now is actually the best time to buy. That’s the message from investment firm Jefferies- which has just initiated coverage of BABA with a buy rating. According to the firm's Thomas Chong, the trade war means market expectations on the Chinese internet sector have now sufficiently reset to make stocks like Alibaba and Tencent (TCEHY) look compelling. Indeed, Alibaba plunged 4.55% on August 5, and is now trading down 13% in the last five days.“Strong cash cow marketplace model with huge potential In FY20, we estimate Alibaba revenue to grow 35% YoY to RMB510bn, within which its core marketplace grows 26% YoY to RMB262bn (51% of total revenue). Backed by data insights and high return on investment marketing tools, we expect paid clicks growth to be driven by improving conversion rate supported by an increasing number of paying merchants” explained the firm.But it’s not just Jefferies taking a resolutely bullish approach to BABA right now. In the last three months, the stock has received 17 back-to-back buy ratings from the Street. That’s with an average price target of $220- which from current levels indicates sizable upside potential of over 40%. Mastercard (MA)Now is a great opportunity to snap up a classic stock holding like Mastercard. Even though the stock still shows year-to-date gains of 36%, in the last five days prices have pulled back 9%. And on August 5, MA dropped 4.66%- making it one of the worst-affected mega cap stocks.That’s despite the company reporting stellar results just one week ago. MA delivered another solid quarter, fueled by better-than-expected volume growth, expense management, new partnership signings, and progress across its growth initiatives. “Overall, the quarter's results reaffirm our thesis that MA can continue to generate mid-teens compound annual earnings growth, and we expect shares to continue to outperform” wrote Nomura’s Bill Carcache post-report. As a result, the analyst hiked his price target from $282 all the way to $324 (26% upside potential). Like with BABA, analysts are almost unanimously bullish on the stock’s outlook. Indeed in the last three months we are looking at 11 buy ratings vs just one hold rating. Meanwhile, with the recent losses now factored in, the average price target of $310 translates into considerable upside potential of 21%. Twilio (TWLO)Cloud communications platform Twilio is currently trading down 12% in the last five days. In just the last day the stock has sold off an eyebrow-raising 7%. Nonetheless, on a year-to-date basis we are still looking at impressive gains of 39%. The company has just dealt investors another beat and raise quarter. Core Twilio revenues continued to shine (+56% y/y) and former SendGrid revenue improved (+28% y/y). Twilio snapped up leading email API platform SendGrid back in February in a transaction valued at approximately $3 billion. “We remain highly bullish in our outlook for TWLO as the recent addition of SendGrid immediately expands a portfolio for TWLO's strong sales channels” cheered top Rosenblatt Securities analyst Ryan Koontz. On August 1 he ramped FY20 revenue estimates (by +1.1%), and reiterated his TWLO buy with a $167 price target. From current levels that suggests shares can surge a further 34%. “We hold high conviction that core TWLO sales will continue to outperform however we believe the company's new Flex call center solution is likely take another year to build revenue momentum and the required complex ecosystem” the analyst told investors. Overall, 7 out of 8 analysts rate Twilio a buy right now, while the average analyst price target stands at $159 (28% upside potential). Discover the Street's best-rated Trending Stocks here
Due to CSX's (NYSE:CSX) earnings and revenue miss, many analysts and pundits have begun to take a more bearish view of CSX stock. With its 2019 revenues set to fall 1%-2%, according to its own estimates, CSX could face a rough ride. Also, the trade war with China and signs of an economic slowdown have weighed on CSX's freight volumes and intermodal transport business.Source: Shutterstock The low cost of rail transport has and will continue to bolster CSX's business model in the long-term. However, falling revenues and economic headwinds look positioned to derail CSX stock for the foreseeable future. * 8 of the Most Shorted Stocks in the Markets Right Now CSX Stock Price TumbledOn July 16, CSX stock price fell by more than 10% following the company's earnings. The company's earnings and revenue fell short of analysts' average expectations. Moreover, the company's guidance also came in below the average estimate. CSX expects its revenues to come in 1%-2% lower than last year's revenue of $12.25 billion or between $12 billion and $12.13 billion. The average revenue estimate had previously stood at $12.47 billion.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe negative sentiment spread across the railroad industry. Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP), Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU), and Norfolk Southern (NYSE:NSC) also plunged on July 16. The sellers appear to have made the right call. Norfolk Southern's earnings subsequently came in below analysts' average estimates, while Union Pacific's top line missed the consensus outlook. The Economic Cycle Bodes Poorly for CSX StockIn a previous article,I predicted that guidance would likely determine the near-term performance of CSX stock. Since the company had already cut its revenue guidance in January, issuing lower guidance a second time destroyed the confidence many had in CSX stock.Additionally, CSX and its peers serve as a proxy for the overall economy. As InvestorPlace columnist James Brumley stated, there is now widespread concern that the economy is slowing.The Fed attempted to address this issue with a cut in interest rates recently. Before this cut, the Federal Reserve had not reduced rates since soon after the 2008 financial crisis. So far, the Fed's move has failed to rejuvenate CSX stock.CSX stock price traded above $71 per share before the cut. Since it occurred, the stock fell for the rest of the week. As of this writing, the CSX stock price now stands at about $66.50 per share.Moreover, InvestorPlace columnist Josh Enomoto points out that CSX stock dropped massively during the 2000 tech bubble and the 2008 financial crisis. During both downturns, CSX stock price lost more than two-thirds of its value. If rate cuts fail to head off an economic slowdown, I wouldn't be surprised if history repeats itself.I do not necessarily believe that the CSX stock price will fall by two-thirds again. However, it may be vulnerable enough to justify selling the equity. Traders have few reasons to ride out such a downturn. The Bottom Line on CSX StockRail remains the lowest-cost means of transporting freight. For this reason, I like the railroad industry in general, and I think CSX stock will deliver returns over the long-term.But at this stage, I see more to lose than gain by holding CSX stock at these levels. When investors sour on CSX stock, history has shown that they turn on it hard. The recent rate cut did not boost CSX stock price, and the stock began a new downward move following the news.That does not mean traders should stop paying attention to this company. I think CSX stock will be a great buy during the depths of a recession. However, in the late stages of an economic expansion, traders should stay off the tracks, since for now, CSX is much more likely to report negative news than positive metrics.As of this writing, Will Healy did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned stocks. You can follow Will on Twitter at @HealyWriting. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Small-Cap Stocks to Buy Before They Grow Up * 7 Stocks to Buy With Over 20% Upside From Current Levels * 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks to Consider for Those Who Can Handle Risk The post CSX Stock Will Likely Continue to Fall Amid Economic Uncertainty appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Twilio Inc (NYSE: TWLO ) reported in-line second-quarter EPS and revenue above analyst expectations. The company also issued third-quarter guidance above consensus estimates and said it reached a $1 billion ...