Datadog: Expensive, But Possibly Resilient In A Worsening Economy

Aug. 05, 2022 7:00 AM ETDatadog, Inc. (DDOG)DT4 Comments
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  • Investors looking for a solid growth story in tech need look no further than Datadog, which posted another strong quarter Thursday with $406.1M in sales.
  • But, management presented a tepid outlook for 2H FY ‘22 against a backdrop of a sluggish economy.
  • However, DDOG’s APM business may prove resilient within a poor macroeconomic environment, and management may have offered the market a conservative assessment of the 2nd-half.
  • Long DDOG investors might be rewarded to hold the stock through the end of FY ‘22, noting that Q4 is often the strongest quarter for many enterprise software firms.
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Anastasiia Shavshyna

Lack of Vision

When my last article about Datadog (NASDAQ:DDOG) was published on October 30, 2019, the stock finished the day at $34.81. I wrote bullishly about the company back then. But, I must concede: despite having worked in the application monitoring space myself for

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