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This is a quick note examining the Technology Sector with companies in the market cap ranges of [$10B, $Unlimited]. We will look at:
- Gross Margin%
- Cash from Operations, 1-year Growth
- Operating Margins
- R&D Investment
- Tangible Book Value, 1-year Growth
Companies you will find with extreme values (good or bad.. or both) are:
CHKP, TWTR, LNLD, HPQ, ADSK, MU, EA, WDAY, FLT, ADBE, EMC
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Gross Margin %:
* Top: CHKP, ADSK
* Bottom: HPQ
Cash from Operations, 1-year Growth %:
* Top: TWTR
TWTR is so far above all other firms (a part of which is small number math), let's look at the same chart both with TWTR excluded. Remember, this is living and animte data -- we can move, remove, keep, whatever we want to it...
* Top:MU, WDAY, EA
* Bottom: ATVI, WDC
Operating Revenue / Operating Expenses%:
* Top: CHKP, FLT
* Bottom: TWTR
How interesting to note what a dichotomy there is in TWTR when looking at just two different visualizations.
Research & Development Expense/ Operating Revenue:
* Top: TWTR, NVDA
* Bottom: APH, HPQ
Tangible Book Value, 1-year Growth:
* Top: MSI, LNKD
* Bottom: ADBE, EMC
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