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fwb fwb 24 hours ago
You maybe right......
We will know more after 5/6
harry crumb harry crumb 2 days ago
Cant go wrong here imo
fwb fwb 2 days ago
"That ship has sailed".................IMO
Now we wait for earnings.......on5/6
harry crumb harry crumb 5 days ago
Entry at 20 looking like a possibility
fwb fwb 5 days ago
Buy and HOLD......
That's the Message....
These Prices are at its Lowest it's been in a year.....
It may go lower, but it may turn around after 5l6
Put a Bid in on 5/19 to buy another 500 @ $20.00. Did not fill.
Blue Skys Blue Skys 6 days ago
Waiting to see if we get a gap fill and base on the 200 DMA. That's my sense of what will set the stage for the next phase of the rally. Convenient that market conditions are facilitating that.
JJ8 JJ8 7 days ago
Who are you talking with?

Interesting yet basic awareness of what you posted adds little to savvy investors who are more informed than most participants who know little about timing for both buying and selling stocks.

Yes, buying stock is known by everybody indiscriminately regardless of value, timing, and knowledge of the most other important aspects of this game requires.

But we are thankful of their participation and toiling efforts.

Learning the ropes could be costly unless one happens to be smart to learn fast a lot about what it takes to cover the whole effort. Discipline, knowing to buy value, money and portfolio management, T/A and F, Cycles of B&B how to listed and read what the market/stock is implying, following the technical signals, timing the buys and sells, and much more.


fwb fwb 7 days ago
You seldom will get in at the LOWS or SELL at the HIGHS.....
If you are not comfortable, the stock-market is not your play
Don't invest more than you can afford to LOSE
JJ8 JJ8 7 days ago
JJ8 JJ8 7 days ago
I hope your wishes are granted. That appears to be the hope from an update in the chart of a deteriorating technical picture.

Palantir Tech share price is smugly settled in the mode of DESCENDING TRIPLE BREAKDOWN of 15-April-2024.

The CEO needs to look in the mirror daily, lol.

The shares have been in DOWNTREND in the Dailies since early March!

The Weeklies confirmed the DOWNTREND last week unfortunately.

Given the present challenges and the environment my expectations have shrunk.

However, dreaming is always good and is free no matter the human condition and environment.

Cheers & GLTY
Roozy Roozy 2 weeks ago
DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 2 weeks ago
Cathie Wood & Ark Invest's Buys 7,103 Shares of Palantir Technologies Inc. (PLTR)
By: Ark Invest Daily | April 11, 2024

• Cathie Wood and Ark Invest's trade activity from today 4/11.

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starman2 starman2 2 weeks ago
No doubt
chrispy2468 chrispy2468 2 weeks ago
$30 right around the corner. !!
Oleblue Oleblue 2 weeks ago
Will Palantir Stock Find Support At 50-Day Line Amid AI Outlook?

Oleblue Oleblue 2 weeks ago
Is the Deal Between Palantir Technologies and Oracle a Game Changer?
Danny Vena, The Motley Fool
Mon, Apr 8, 2024, 2:00 PM EDT

One of the most high-profile trends over the past year or so has been the growing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI). The latest advances in this quickly evolving field have created something of an AI gold rush as businesses scramble to determine how best to leverage this nascent technology.

There are a vast and growing number of applications for generative AI, which can create original content, including text, images, and video. It can also summarize data, produce presentations, and streamline time-consuming and mundane tasks, thereby increasing worker productivity. Time is money, so companies are eager to claim their share of the expected windfall.

Now, AI software and data analytics pioneer Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR) and database and cloud computing specialist Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) are joining forces to help bring AI to the masses.
The letters AI emblazoned on a cloud symbol positioned above a circuit board.
Image source: Getty Images.
A pairing of titans

In a press release on Thursday, Palantir and Oracle announced a far-reaching collaboration to combine their AI and cloud expertise to further accelerate the adoption of AI. The duo will "provide secure cloud and AI solutions aiming to power businesses and governments around the world."

The goal of the partnership is to help organizations get the most value out of their data, thanks to the combination of Palantir's "leading AI and decision acceleration platforms," which will leverage Oracle's "distributed cloud and AI infrastructure."

Palantir offers three broad-based data analytics software services. Gotham is the company's original government-centric and defense-oriented data analytics platform. Foundry offers similar services for corporate and enterprise clients, and Metropolis handles banks, hedge funds, and other financial services firms.

As part of the agreement, Palantir will move Foundry workloads to Oracle Cloud. Furthermore, Palantir will make Gotham and Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP) -- its generative AI offering -- deployable across Oracle's distributed cloud for the first time.

One of the obvious target markets is government customers and enterprise users seeking greater control over their data. The release highlighted Oracle's "air-gapped regions for defense and intelligence customers," and Palantir's work with law enforcement and government intelligence agencies is well documented. Combining Palantir's AI-powered data analytics with Oracle's secure cloud seems like a no-brainer.

A win-win situation.

Both Palantir and Oracle have been attracting attention for their AI efforts in recent months.

Palantir's expansion beyond its original government mandate has served the company well. In the fourth quarter, revenue of $608 million grew 20% year over year, and Palantir generated its fifth consecutive quarterly profit, but that tells just part of the story. While government revenue -- which tends to be lumpy -- grew 11% year over year, commercial revenue increased 32%. This was led by its U.S. commercial segment -- its fastest-growing business -- as revenue soared 70% year over year and is expected to jump at least 40% in 2024.

The catalyst for that growth was AIP. Palantir began offering boot camps to kick-start customer adoption of AI and demand has been off the charts. By working side-by-side with Palantir's engineers, companies can solve real-world and business-specific problems with the help of its generative AI-powered application.

In October, management announced Palantir's intention to complete 500 such boot camps over the coming year. The company has since "blown that goal out of the water," hosting more than 560 boot camps across 465 organizations in just four months.

Oracle has also been attracting attention for its recent successes. In its fiscal 2024 third quarter (ended Feb. 29), revenue of $13.3 billion grew 7% year over year, generating adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.41, up 16%.

It was Oracle's backlog, however, that raised eyebrows. The company's remaining performance obligation (RPO) -- or contractually obligated sales that haven't yet been booked as revenue -- jumped to $80 billion, up 29% year over year to an all-time record.

Furthermore, Oracle's cloud infrastructure revenue increased 52% year over year. This far outpaced the performances of Amazon Web Services, Alphabet's Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, which generated growth of 13%, 26%, and 30%, respectively. This suggests Oracle was stealing market share at the expense of the competition. CEO Safra Catz said demand for its AI cloud capabilities "substantially exceeds supply," and expects Oracle's cloud infrastructure operation to remain in a "hypergrowth phase ... for the foreseeable future."
Is the deal a game changer?

One of the biggest benefits of this deal is that Palantir and Oracle will -- jointly and individually -- offer a wide range of complementary cloud and AI services. Oracle Cloud provides "performance, scalability, and flexibility." When combined with Palantir's "leading data and AI platforms," it offers users the best of both worlds and could attract potential customers who might otherwise pass.

Given their growth prospects and the tantalizing AI wild card, both stocks offer compelling opportunities. Oracle is currently selling for 22 times forward earnings, making it a steal. At 70 times forward earnings and 16 times forward sales, Palantir might seem prohibitively expensive, but those metrics fail to factor in its accelerating growth. However, the forward price/earnings-to-growth (PEG) ratio -- which takes that growth into account -- results in a multiple of less than 1, the standard for an undervalued stock.

While the deal might not rise to the level of being a game changer, it does enhance the prospects of two of AI's fastest-rising stars. It will also likely help both companies continue to expand their market share in the fast-growing AI space.
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JJ8 JJ8 3 weeks ago
Furthermore, looking at my regular chart, I don't see a pattern of H&S formation.

You are taking the curves in an uptrend itself and flatten it out to make it look as a H&S formation.

The main Weeklies is in an Uptrend. That is lost in a horizontal view. Seeing it on a horizontal axis the relative positions and trends and scale of values is not an equal representation as it is in a horizontal H&S that naturally reflects all in a balanced manner. That is just how I see it.
JJ8 JJ8 3 weeks ago
TrendSpider, interestingly, my chart says LOW POLE REVERSAL today on 4-April-2024. I prefer this one as my choice since it happens to be a positive outcome.

Apparently the two opposing chart patterns are interpreted in opposing viewpoints.

Who will win? We shall see.

I look forward eagerly for the trading session right ahead.

PS: The Dailies have been in Downtrend for the last 5 sessions. However, the Weeklies have been in Uptrend for the past 9 weeks.
DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 3 weeks ago
Keep an eye on $PLTR here, failed moves can often develop into sharp reversals
By: TrendSpider | April 4, 2024

• Keep an eye on $PLTR here, failed moves can often develop into sharp reversals.

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DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 3 weeks ago
Palantir saved at the neckline & 50 SMA for now...
By: TrendSpider | April 1, 2024

• Palantir saved at the neckline & 50 SMA for now. $PLTR

If sellers take out this $22/$23 area, a gap test would likely be in order.

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fwb fwb 3 weeks ago
Jim Chanos & Palantir Shorts Are In Trouble! PREDICTIONS
2 days ago..............
fwb fwb 3 weeks ago
Good Article.....Thanks
AIP reminds me of when AMZN started....
AMZN started with SELLING BOOKS to create their COMMERCIAL BASE..........
and Name recognition..........
PLTR is using AIP to create their COMMERCIAL BASE
What PLTR has that AMZN or MSFT didn't have before they became big
was The GOV CONTRACTS,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Oleblue Oleblue 3 weeks ago
Cathie Wood Thinks Palantir Could Disrupt Microsoft in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Here's Why I Think She's Right.
Adam Spatacco, The Motley Fool
Sun, Mar 31, 2024, 3:45 AM EDT

Earlier this month, Ark Investment Management CEO Cathie Wood sat down for a podcast conversation hosted by former NBA stars Andre Iguodala and Evan Turner. While Iguodala may be best known for his NBA accolades, the athlete has a prolific career off the court as a start-up investor.

During the podcast, Wood spoke at length about major themes fueling the artificial intelligence (AI) narrative. One of the emerging players in AI is big data analytics company Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR).

Wood has a large position in Palantir through her exchange-traded funds (ETFs). During her conversation, she put forth the idea that Palantir could end up being one of the largest AI companies in the world and even pose a threat to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT).

Here's why I agree with Wood, and how Palantir could become one of the most lucrative investment opportunities in the AI realm.

Palantir's creativity is paying off
Big tech took the spotlight in 2023. Microsoft kicked off the AI revolution with a multibillion-dollar investment in ChatGPT developer OpenAI. Alphabet and Amazon both swiftly followed, with each investing in a competing platform called Anthropic. Moreover, chipmaker Nvidia invested in the world's most valuable privately held software start-up, Databricks.

With so much money flowing into high-profile AI businesses, it was easy for investors to overlook Palantir's moves. Last April, the company launched its fourth software application: the Palantir Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP).

In an effort to commercialize the product in a low-cost, efficient way, Palantir began hosting immersive seminars called bootcamps. During these events, prospective customers have an opportunity to demo Palantir's various products and identify a use case centered around AI.

I find this lead generation strategy to be quite creative and effective. By showing customer leads exactly how Palantir can help bolster their AI ambitions, the company has experienced an acceleration in client growth.

In 2023, Palantir grew its overall customer base by 35% annually. But more importantly, the company increased its commercial customer count by 44%. This is important as skeptics have expressed doubt that Palantir will ever truly grow beyond its legacy government business and could fail to penetrate commercial enterprises.
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DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 4 weeks ago
Analyst who correctly forecast Palantir's stock rally updates outlook
By: The Street | March 29, 2024

The artificial intelligence boom has helped many tech stocks, including Palantir Technologies, produce market-beating returns.

While the S&P 500's 10% first-quarter return is nothing to sneeze at, Palantir shares surged 34%. Its shares also substantially outperformed the benchmark index over the past year, returning 172% since March 2023. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 is up about 29%.

Those extraordinary gains likely surprised many investors who were concerned that the Peter Thiel-founded company would struggle because the possible recession and congressional wrangling over the debt ceiling would dent demand.

However, where others saw risk, TheStreet Pro's Stephen Guilfoyle saw an opportunity. He bought shares when they were trading below $10 in April 2023, allowing him to profit handsomely from surging optimism over AI spending.

Given Palantir's shares rocket-ship ride higher and a current price near $23, Guilfoyle has updated his analysis and stock price target.

Palantir's demand driven by AI wave

Guilfoyle's purchase of Palantir stock last year was based on its strong, debt-free balance sheet, improving free cash flow, and a clearer pathway to profit growth.

The highly successful launch of OpenAI's ChatGPT in December 2022 has proven to be a boon for the company, making Guilfoyle's prediction prescient.

Interest in using AI to digest, interpret, and create new insights from siloed data has swelled across most industries, resulting in the most rapid research and development since the Internet Age in the 1990s.

Banks are using AI programs to hedge risks, evaluate loans, and price products. Drugmakers are exploring its use in predicting drug targets and clinical trial outcomes. Manufacturers are evaluating if it can boost production and quality. AI may also help retailers forecast demand, manage inventories, and curb theft.

AI's widespread applications seem boundless, which has led many companies and governments to turn to Palantir's deep expertise in managing and protecting data for help in training and running new AI apps.

Palantir's (PLTR) roots stretch back to helping the U.S. government design systems for counter-terrorism. Its Gotham platform continues to assist governments in those efforts today. It also offers solutions that manage, interpret, and report data across enterprise and cloud networks to large companies too.

Its deep data experience positioned it perfectly to help customers design large language models and other AI solutions using its AI platform (AIP).

"The demand for [Artificial Intelligence Platform] AIP is unlike anything we have seen in the past twenty years," said CEO Alan Karp last summer. "We are currently in discussions with more than three hundred additional enterprises to deploy AIP within their organizations, all of which are searching for an effective and secure means of adapting the latest large language models for use on their internal systems and proprietary data."

Karp's optimism appears to have been well-placed. Palantir's year-over-year sales growth has exceeded 20% in each of the past three quarters, and its earnings per share growth in each of those quarters has been in the double-digit percentages.

Revenue totaled $736 million and earnings per share were 9 cents in the fourth quarter, up 21% and 16% from the previous year.

Wall Street analysts think Palantir's profit growth will continue. The consensus analyst estimate for earnings in 2024 and 2024 is 33 cents and 39 cents, respectively, an increase of 34% and 17%.

Palantir pause may set up another opportunity

Initially, Guilfoyle's Palantir stock price target was $12. However, he bumped that target to $18 last June, $20 last July, and $22 last August.

Shares eclipsed $22 in February, reaching a high of $27.5 in early March. Since then, they've retreated about 16% to $23.

Guilfoyle thinks Palantir's pullback may be creating another upside opportunity for investors.

"Palantir is on sale and I'm buying for future generations," wrote Guilfoyle recently. "Palantir remains a top-15 long-side allocation for me."

The biggest knock against Palantir is its valuation.

The company's shares aren't cheap by most metrics and boast a sky-high price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, a fact that Guilfoyle concedes.

"The stock trades at 74 times forward-looking earnings (probably a little less now), 25 times sales, and 15 times book," said Guilfoyle.

Tech stocks are known for trading at higher valuations because of their faster growth rates. Still, Palantir's P/E is significantly higher than that of many companies in the sector. For example, Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices, two other AI stock beneficiaries, have forward P/E ratios of 38 and 56.

Nevertheless, Guilfoyle thinks Palantir's got enough going right for it to deserve a premium valuation. In his words, it has a "fortress-like balance sheet" and substantial operating cash flow.

Operating cash flow exceeded $700 million in the past 12 months, and its current ratio, a measure of its ability to pay short-term liabilities with short-term assets, is 5.5, giving it plenty of financial firepower to take advantage of the AI opportunity.

Guilfoyle believes shares will trade higher since the AI spending trend appears to have multi-year legs. His price target is $27.

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Oleblue Oleblue 4 weeks ago
If you look at the longer term monthly chart, you will see that we are setting on support at $23 and once we break $27, $35 is the next resistance level. The GSA contract will allow additional Government agencies to use their service.

JJ8 JJ8 4 weeks ago
PLTR share price had a DOUBLE BOTTOM BREAKDOWN today on 28-March-2024.

The breakout in PLTR can't help this stock's price anyway.

This one is for trading and not holding. Cathie Wood is pumping the stock while she is selling, smart woman, lol. GLTA
DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 4 weeks ago
Analyst Pumps the Brakes on Gen-AI Stock Palantir Technologies (PLTR)
By: Schaeffer's Investment Research | March 28, 2024

• Monness Crespi Hardt did not mince words in its downgrade of the AI stock

• PLTR remains up 40% in 2024 and 198% year-over-year

Palantir Technologies Inc (NYSE:PLTR) is down 3.7% to trade at $23.65 today, after Monness Crespi Hardt downgraded the software stock to "sell" from "neutral." The analyst in coverage did not mince words about the Peter Thiel-backed tech company, calling out its 'egregiously rich valuation' and despite a “meteoric rise on the Gen AI rocket, now it’s time to return to reality." The brokerage did wax bullish on Palantir's long-term artificial intelligence (AI) uptrend, though.

The shares are now testing their 40-day moving average, a trendline that flipped to support after a massive 30.8% post-earnings bull gap on Feb. 6. Despite the breather today, PLTR is 40% higher in 2024 and scored a more than two-year high of $27.50 on March 7.

It's no surprise then, that calls rule the roost. At the International Securities Exchange (ISE), Cboe Options Exchange (CBOE), and NASDAQ OMX PHLX (PHLX), the security's 50-day call/put volume ratio of 2.78 ranks higher than 74% of readings from the past year.

Now may be an ideal time to weigh in on the stock's next move with options. This is per PLTR's Schaeffer's Volatility Index (SVI) of 45%, which stands in the 1st percentile of readings from the last 12 months. In other words, the market is pricing in low volatility expectations for the equity right now.

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fwb fwb 4 weeks ago
Good Move.....SMART
harry crumb harry crumb 4 weeks ago
It’s up huge over the last 8 months, would be foolish to not take a portion off the table, we did. 90k worth $$$$$
fwb fwb 4 weeks ago
4/15 is when you have to find your MONEY TREE to pay your TAXES
They might sell SHARES, take some PROFITS and pay their TAXES
Do you think that is what the PETER THIEL did?
Stern is Bald Stern is Bald 4 weeks ago
What happens april 15th? Earnings?
harry crumb harry crumb 4 weeks ago
What a beast from 5.50! Wow $$$$$
JJ8 JJ8 4 weeks ago
PLTR share price had a DOUBLE TOP BREAKOUT today on 26-March-2024. Let's see if this breakout will make any difference. We have seen it before but the share price is going nowhere. And, never have I regretted selling 40% of my share few months ago at $25.00

Previous breakouts have not helped to send the price meaningfully higher and it seems it gets stalled at that level. Lost my confidence in "Karp". Let's hope it changes this time. Cathie Wood tried but wasn't able, lol. GLTA
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
eastunder: Thanks for the information. Aloha & GLTY
fwb fwb 1 month ago
April 15th is right around the corner...........
you know what that means..................
I had o sell a few shares of CLDX................. Had a Nice gain;
in under $30.00 (2022), sold last week Under $50.00
I 'm good.......
eastunder eastunder 1 month ago
Why did he sell those shares? A Rule 10b5-1 trading plan.

The sales reported on this Form 4 were effected pursuant to a preexisting Rule 10b5-1 trading plan adopted by the holder on December 12, 2023
fwb fwb 1 month ago
It maybe Hype.....
I heard a Story about MFST and IBM.
IBM needed an OS for their PC (the Peanut).
IBM felt the BIG money was in the HARDWARE, so they allowed (gave MFST) the CODE for their PC so MFST could write the DOS to run their PC.....
MFST felt felt the BIG money was in the OS that ran the PC.....
Maybe they both were right.
Like I said only time will tell.....
I wish I picked up a few SHARES of MFST back in the beginning
uksausage uksausage 1 month ago
almost certainly to pay his tax bill (from other business not necessarily PLTR)
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
It would be interesting to know why "Peter Thiel, Director, on March 12, 2024, sold 7,044,756 shares in Palantir Technologies (PLTR) for $174,615,999. Following the Form 4 filing with the SEC, Thiel has control over a total of 112,417,537 shares of the company, with 112,417,537 shares controlled indirectly." Why to sell if this stock according to one analyst is share price is going to $30. Isn't he aware of it?
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
Too much salesmanship talk, sounding like an evangelist.

Hey, where's the product?

Others are making chips that are unique and much needed.

Talk talk talk.
fwb fwb 1 month ago
Is it all HYPE?
Only time will tell
fwb fwb 1 month ago
Palantir GAME CHANGING Announcement: AIP Now! Just The Beginning
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
The Dailies has been in Downtrend for the last 7 trading sessions. And the Weeklies are in Uptrend for 7weeks, as well.

The chart is out of control like his tangled hair. The thing is that the Weekly is positive by a thin margin of +0.69 (+2.94%) and next week they both can be in sync and positive hopefully. He needs to comb his hair and use some spray to keep it in order. Lol, who knows... that may help improve the chart's technical picture?

In the meantime Cathie Wood keeps pumping it saying "sell your NVDA shares and buy PLTR shares". that it's going the best AI stock. No Ma'am! Thank you.
chrispy2468 chrispy2468 1 month ago
Almost bought the high and sold the low. Glad that didn’t happen.
abracky abracky 1 month ago
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
PLTR share price had a DOUBLE BOTTOM BREAKDOWN on 14-March 2024. Checking all the many stocks everyday requires close daily attention and checking. There's no need for that as I have sold part of my shares at $25 The share price behavior a bit resembles the CEO's hair that is full of tangles depending on which side he sleeps in bed at night, lol. C'est La Vie. The long term prospect appears good. GLTA
DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 1 month ago
$PLTR Co-Founder of Palantir Peter Thiel sold nearly $175M in shares yesterday, his first transaction in over a year
By: TrendSpider | March 13, 2024

• $PLTR Co-Founder of Palantir Peter Thiel sold nearly $175M in shares yesterday, his first transaction in over a year.

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mick mick 1 month ago
Palantir Technologies Inc
-0.47 (-1.85%)
Volume: 75,032,283
Day Range: 24.35 - 25.64
Last Trade Time: 6:24:45 PM EDT
Delayed by 15 minutes
JJ8 JJ8 1 month ago
Hey, JOEHAB: Where are you? GLTY
zackster zackster 1 month ago
Did Palantir’s board approve or announce a buyback of stock ???

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