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The Astonishing Avalara
After filing for an IPO with a $19 to $21 range, Avalara increased the range to $21 to $23 and then priced above-the-range last night at $24.It's not surprising because the story behind this enterprise cloud software company is a great one
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Can Carbon Black Compete?
The information security market keeps growing as customers struggle to adapt to new threats and risks while maintaining a mass of existing technologies, solutions and practices.
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IPO Bake Off – DocuSign Versus Smartsheet
DocuSign has is now cash-flow positive versus Smartsheet which is consuming cash as they ramp up the business.
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Pivotal Software – A Pretty Platform For Big, Ugly Applications
Pivotal Software went public on Friday at $15/share. The offering didn’t get a resounding vote from the markets. Unlike other recent enterprise software deals, this one ended quietly at $15.75.
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Zuora Inc. Strives For Growth In Billing Software
Enterprise subscription management software is pretty boring. But the world is shifting from purchase to subscription. Every company now wants “continuous customer relationships” and consumers love subscriptions.
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The Spotify Deal
Call it what you will (IPO, DPO, simple listing) but Spotify will begin trading in the public markets on April 3rd.
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Dollar’s Ride Is About To End
3 years ago

Interesting but am not convinced. I don't follow Japan closely but against a developed world basket if currencies the USD looks pretty good to me. It's had a big run given that EUO has gone from $17 to $20 in the past couple of months so probably needs a rest.

The US economy may not be surging but overall the US prospects appear better than many, possibly even China in the short term. Euroland is still structurally screwed up and while the EUR has had a great decade as a currency I wonder about it from here (at least relative to the USD.)

A USD/EUR of $1.15 or so feels right. Maybe a little lower. I think $1.40 is an upper band and $1.05 a lower one. I don't often do anything with currencies but a few months back got long EUO and will stick with it as long as the US appears to be better off than other developed economies.

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