Salesforce: Where Is The Relation?

Dec. 09, 2022 12:16 AM ETSalesforce, Inc. (CRM)21 Comments

Summary

  • Shares of Salesforce have fallen out of favor.
  • While the wider market has seen a modest recovery, shares have only fallen further, triggered by a number of high profile executive departures.
  • I typically like these set-ups, yet risks remain elevated in this case.
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The entrance to Salesforce office building in Dallas, Texas, USA.

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In the summer of this year, I believed that it was all about relations for Salesforce (NYSE:CRM), which is a bit ironic as CRM is all about relationships, but the company itself is seeing quite some outflows in

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