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Cloud Computing ETFs: Part III - Overlap Analysis
The emerging theme of cloud computing has been making headlines over the past year as more and more companies move business segments to the cloud, and companies like Amazon and Google have had strong growth in their cloud offerings.
What does the ETF landscape look like for cloud computing and what are the differences between these ETFs?
Earnings & Movers
Daily review of stock specific news including ETFs w/ greatest exposure, curated links and running tally of S&P 500 earnings results for the current reporting period.
- Strong revenue beats continue for S&P 500 companies (66% beat rate significantly higher than recent quarters)
- Deere Smashes Earnings. The Stock Is Soaring. - Barron's
- Warren Buffett Found His 'Elephant' With Giant Stake in Apple - WSJ
- Prices for Corn, Other Farm Commodities Have Taken a Dip. It's a Chance to Buy. - Barron's via MarketWatch