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Alteryx Stock Remains Stuck on Rollercoaster
Alteryx (NYSE:AYX) is focused on cloud-based data analytics software. That’s pushing two big buttons for business. Everyone wants to move to cloud-based tools, which are easy to deploy, easy to scale up and remotely accessible. Data analytics is seen as being critical to gaining customer insight and helping businesses rapidly solve problems. That combination, along with its rapidly expanding market share, explains why AYX stock saw booming growth after the company went public in March 2017. Since then, Alteryx shares have increased in value by 662%. Source: rafapress / However, about 15 months ago, the rollercoaster ride began for investors. Since August 2019, Alteryx stock has taken investors on a wild ride. Rapid gains to new highs have been quickly followed by steep declines. The latest cycle began on Oct. 9. After closing at $151.97, AYX began to slide. Now in the $118 range, it’s lost 22% in five weeks. Is it about to bottom out and start climbing again? More importantly, will AYX break out of this cycle and go back to being a growth stock — or is the turbulence going to continue?InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips A Growing Market Data analytics is a high-growth category, as more and more businesses adopt tools like those offered by Alteryx. Technology giants dominate the market for “big data” analytics. However, there is also strong demand for predictive analytic tools among smaller companies and businesses. This is where Alteryx has been making headway. A 2019 report predicted that the market would grow by $1.94 billion between 2019 and 2023. In the third quarter, AYX calculated that it currently owns just under 38% of this market. Alteryx has also increasingly focused on winning business with big companies, a move that offers the opportunity for increased growth — although it brings the company into direct competition with much larger adversaries. Pandemic Speed Bumps Accelerate the Rollercoaster Ride Up until August 2019, AYX stock had shown remarkably steady growth. At the end of that month AYX suddenly dropped. There was no apparent direct cause, other than a general market-punishment of cloud computing stocks. By Feb. 14 of this year, it had not only recovered, but closed at $158 — a new all-time high.  8 Tech Stocks That Could Benefit from a Biden Presidency Then the bottom fell out again as the pandemic and subsequent stock market crash pulled the rug out. By March 16, AYX was below $81. Recovery was quick and AYX went back into growth mode. On July 9, it closed at $181.98, another all-time high. There were hopes that struggling companies would adopt data-analytics solutions like those offered by Alteryx to maximize their operations during a difficult period. Instead, it turned out that the rush was petering out. On Aug. 6, Alteryx delivered its second-quarter earnings report. Revenue and new customers were up even more than expected, but the company warned that the pandemic was taking a toll. Customers were beginning to reduce their spending. As a result, growth was expected to slow in the third quarter and for the full year. The next day, AYX stock tanked. On Oct. 5, the company announced a new CEO as well as a more optimistic Q3 outlook. In the following session, AYX soared, gaining 28%. In its most recent big move, AYX dropped 20% on Nov. 6, the day after reporting Q3 earnings. Which brings us to today.  Bottom Line on AYX Stock Until August of last year, it was pretty easy to project where Alteryx stock was going: up.  Despite the rollercoaster AYX has been on for the past 15 months, many financial analysts have a positive view of the stock. Those tracked by the Wall Street Journal give it a consensus overweight rating, with an average $149 price target. There has been little change on that from three months ago — when AYX stock was in yet another sudden dip, after dropping 28% in a single session.  From my perspective, Alteryx is a reasonably safe long-term pick. The company is in a strong position in a market segment that’s seeing big growth. However, it has a “B” rating in Portfolio Grader because it’s not without risk. IT spending could take a prolonged hit if we fall into a bad recession. And if demand keeps growing, that could lure more competition. 2020 has definitely shown that investors in this stock need to have nerves of steel. If you can resist the temptation to not panic when it heads downhill, AYX stock might be worth considering.  On the date of publication, neither Louis Navellier nor the InvestorPlace Research Staff member primarily responsible for this article held (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. Louis Navellier had an unconventional start, as a grad student who accidentally built a market-beating stock system — with returns rivaling even Warren Buffett. In his latest feat, Louis discovered the “Master Key” to profiting from the biggest tech revolution of this (or any) generation.  More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post Alteryx Stock Remains Stuck on Rollercoaster appeared first on InvestorPlace.
InvestorPlace · 3d ago
The Selloff in Alteryx Stock Is a Gift for Long-Term Growth Investors
2020 has been one heck of a year for growth-stock investors. Many names in this space have seen gains that take years to achieve. Alteryx (NYSE:AYX) was on that list of monster growth stocks. At one point, AYX stock was up 124% from its March low.  Source: rafapress / InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips However, in an environment where investors aren’t getting many opportunities to buy the dip in growth stocks, Alteryx has given us just that.  Now the interesting thing here is investor behavior. Because many investors don’t like to chase stocks up 200% or more, they want a pullback. That is understandable, of course. However, when that pullback eventually comes, many are hesitant to pull the trigger.  Why is that? Fear, mostly.  But with Alteryx, let’s peel back some of the layers and see what’s going on here. This stock is down about 36% from the highs, and I think that means it’s worth a real look here.  A Look at AYX Stock Alteryx came into its August earnings hot, but not red hot. AYX stock was putting in a lower high in early August, unable to retest the July high near $185. 8 Tech Stocks That Could Benefit from a Biden Presidency When it reported earnings, the company beat on Q2 top- and bottom-line expectations, as sales grew more than 17% year-over-year. However, management’s cautious outlook spooked investors. Shares fell 5.4% the day it reported earnings after the close, then continued to drop over the following two days.  All in all, it was good for a three-day thumping of 38.8%.  Most of that was tied to guidance. For the year, management expected sales of $460 million to $465 million, below estimates of $505 million. For Q3, an outlook of $111 million to $115 million was below estimates of $119 million.  Now, here’s the interesting part. When Alteryx announced a business update in early October, management revised its outlook higher. In this instance, management forecasted Q3 revenue of $126 million to $128 million, ahead of the prior consensus Wall Street expected when it originally reported earnings.  That effectively translates to a beat-and-beat as it pertains to the Q2 results and the outlook for Q3. Yet, even at the highs from that bounce, AYX stock couldn’t fill the gap from the Q2 gap-down reaction.  Now shares are back down to the post-Q2 area. It’s worth pointing out that the company actually beat its revised revenue outlook for Q3, generating revenue of $129.7 million. And its Q4 guidance is on target with estimates (with a range of $146 million to $150 million vs. estimates of $148.4 million).  However, there is a mixed bag with Q4. On the one hand, guidance barely missed estimates and, at the midpoint, would represent full-year revenue of about $483 million. That’s notably ahead of its prior full-year outlook mentioned above. The downside, though, is that the current outlook represents a negative quarter of growth in Q4.  Breaking Down Alteryx When we look at the price action above, the volatility is warranted. AYX stock is navigating through a difficult period due to the novel coronavirus. While many other tech companies are realizing accelerating growth, big-data companies like Alteryx are struggling to get customers to expand their budgets.  I think this is a temporary issue. After all, the economy is doing better than expected in its recovery efforts from Covid-19. Additional lockdown measures are not helping, but again, I think these are short-term headwinds.  I’m not sure if AYX stock will surge ahead or hold its current levels. But down about 36% from its highs, and I think we are seeing an opportunity to start accumulating the name.  The revolution in big data is not going to stop. The adoption of 5G technology will not stop (and will accelerate the amount of data generated). Unlike the exponential growth in the coronavirus, the exponential growth in data will not stop.  Analysts expect revenue to grow almost 20% next year to roughly $575 million. My hope is that big-data budgets come back in a meaningful way. Coupled with a new CEO, estimates for Alteryx could be conservative.  Again, I’m not sure what AYX stock will do in the meantime. Maybe this time next year, the stock price will have gone nowhere. But I believe in 12 months, this company will be in a much better position than it is now, and if investors haven’t been rewarded by that point, I don’t think the “prize” will be far off.  On the date of publication, Matt McCall did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The InvestorPlace Research Staff member primarily responsible for this article held a long position in AYX. 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InvestorPlace · 3d ago
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Simply Wall St. · 6d ago
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Benzinga · 11/16 13:45
4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: SQ, UBER, CVS, AYX
Stocks tried to rally for the fifth-straight session, despite a rather bumpy week of events with the presidential election and the monthly jobs report. That said, let’s look at a few top stock trades for next week.  Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 1: Square (SQ) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of Square (NYSE:SQ) just keeps racking up the wins for the bulls. Friday’s 13% rally is sending the stock to new all-time highs after earnings. From here, it gets a bit more interesting. Can shares clear $200 on the upside, and hold the prior highs between $190 and $193 as support?InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips That is the ideal setup for bulls. If Square clears $200, investors may turn their sights up to the $231 area where the stock finds its 361.8% extension. 7 Augmented Reality Stocks To Buy Now For The Future On the downside, though, let’s keep an eye on $190. A close below increases the odds of a potentially deeper dip, even that’s only a decline down to the 20-day or 50-day moving average. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 2: Uber (UBER) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of Uber (NYSE:UBER) is not only rallying on its earnings results from Thursday evening, but also the vote on Proposition 22 in California. Shares have rallied every day this week, punctuated by Friday’s 7% rally. In any regard, shares gapped up and cleared $38 resistance on the Prop 22 vote. And on Friday, shares cleared $42 on earnings, the February high. Now contending with its $45 IPO price, let’s see if we can get a further rotation higher from here. Over $45, and the 123.6% extension is in play at $48.50. Above $50, and the 161.8% is possible, up at $59.26. On the downside, however, the same levels it cleared are the same ones Uber must hold. If $45 is resistance, bulls want to see $42 act as support. Below $42, and Wednesday’s low is in play at $39 — followed by prior resistance at $38. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 3: CVS Health (CVS) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) was feeling the love after earnings today. Like Uber, shares have been trading well all week. The stock ended the week nearly 16% higher, as bulls look to regain some control.  Amid the rally, CVS has reclaimed its 20-day, 50-day and 200-day moving averages. It also cleared downtrend resistance (blue line). For longer-term traders, it’s important that CVS maintains above this level going forward.  CVS is all about filling the gaps, too. The August high — which CVS struggled to penetrate on Friday — filled the gap from June. The June spike filled the gap from February. Those are the levels we will use now. Above $67 puts the June high in play at $69.50. Above that will put the February high in play near $73.50. 8 Stocks for Uncertain Election Directions On the downside, though, I don’t want to see CVS re-enter the downtrend. Top Trades for Monday No. 4: Alteryx (AYX) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of Alteryx (NYSE:AYX) has been all over the map — and not in a good way. Last quarter, shares plunged on disappointing guidance. Then in October, management revised that guidance to above the prior consensus estimates for the quarter.  While the stock gapped up, it never regained the losses from its prior disappointment despite rectifying the problem. Shares trickled lower into earnings, with the report again disappointing investors. We’re seeing a 20% haircut on the day as a result.  Below all of its major moving averages is disappointing. However, I’m surprisingly not completely turned off by AYX right here.  For starters, this earnings decline is being generated on a fraction of the volume as its prior earnings dip. That’s good. Second, AYX stock is filling the gap from its October surge.  That said, if it loses the $112 to $116 area, things don’t look so good. Thus, look to see if shares can regain last week’s low near $121. Above puts the 50-day, then 200-day moving average on the table.  On the date of publication, Bret Kenwell held a long position in AYX. Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets Revolutionary Tech Behind 5G Rollout Is Being Pioneered By This 1 Company Daily Picks: Stocks to Buy Ahead of the Election The post 4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: SQ, UBER, CVS, AYX appeared first on InvestorPlace.
InvestorPlace · 11/06 21:48
Sell-side weighs in as Alteryx tumbles on soft Q4 outlook
The company topped Q3 earnings estimates, but the outlook left a little to be desired, with Q4 revenues seen at $146M-$150M vs. consensus $150.8M, and adjusted EPS of $0.27-$0.31 vs.
Seekingalpha · 11/06 15:47
Sell-side weighs in as Alteryx tumbles post-earnings
The company topped Q3 earnings estimates, but the outlook left a little to be desired, with Q4 revenues seen at $146M-$150M vs. consensus $150.8M, and adjusted EPS of $0.27-$0.31 vs.
Seekingalpha · 11/06 15:47
Looking Into Alteryx's Return On Capital Employed
Alteryx (NYSE: AYX) showed a loss in earnings since Q2, totaling $9.63 million. Sales, on the other hand, increased by 34.79% to $129.72 million during Q3. In Q2, Alteryx brought in $96.23 million in sales but lost $17.79 million in earnings.What Is Return On Capital Employed? Return on Capital Employed is a measure of yearly pre-tax profit relative to capital employed by a business. Changes in earnings and sales indicate shifts in a company's ROCE. A higher ROCE is generally representative of successful growth of a company and is a sign of higher earnings per share in the future. A low or negative ROCE suggests the opposite. In Q3, Alteryx posted an ROCE of 0.02%.Keep in mind, while ROCE is a good measure of a company's recent performance, it is not a highly reliable predictor of a company's earnings or sales in the near future.View more earnings on AYXROCE is an important metric for the comparison of similar companies. A relatively high ROCE shows Alteryx is potentially operating at a higher level of efficiency than other companies in its industry. If the company is generating high profits with its current level of capital, some of that money can be reinvested in more capital which will generally lead to higher returns and earnings per share growth.In Alteryx's case, the positive ROCE ratio will be something investors pay attention to before making long-term financial decisions.Q3 Earnings Recap Alteryx reported Q3 earnings per share at $0.39/share, which beat analyst predictions of $0.14/share.See more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * 12 Technology Stocks Moving In Friday's Pre-Market Session * 12 Technology Stocks Moving In Thursday's After-Market Session(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Benzinga · 11/06 15:38
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Alteryx Inc. is a self-service data analytics software providing company. The Company provides a subscription-based platform, enabling organizations to prepare, blend and analyze data from a multitude sources and ease data-driven decisions. The Company democratizes access to data-driven insights to all data workers, business analysts, programmers and data scientists by expanding the capabilities and analytical sophistications. The Company’s platform allows business analysts to view underlying data, meta-data, and applied analytics at any stage during the process. The Company’s platform is designed to interact with a wide variety of traditional data sources. Its platform is also capable of processing data from cloud applications, such as Google Analytics, Marketo, NetSuite, Salesforce, and Workday, as well as social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. The Company’s platform is comprised of Alteryx Designer, Alteryx Server, Alteryx Connect and Alteryx Promote.
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