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Anaplan, Inc. (PLAN)

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46.71+1.27 (+2.79%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
46.75 +0.04 (+0.09%)
After hours: 04:49PM EST
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Previous close45.44
Bid46.40 x 1000
Ask47.20 x 1300
Day's range44.98 - 47.03
52-week range39.92 - 86.17
Avg. volume2,338,665
Market cap6.897B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.95
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.28
Earnings date23 Feb 2022 - 28 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est68.63
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    Between market sentiment switching to "economic reopening" plays and many internet and cloud-computing businesses lapping tough comparisons from 2020 (when digital services were seemingly our only link to the outside world during lockdowns), many growth stocks finished the year down by double-digit percentages. Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN), Magnite (NASDAQ: MGNI), and Appian (NASDAQ: APPN) were in that list of falling growth stocks, with their stock prices down 36%, 43%, and 60%, respectively, in 2021. Connected resource planning is more important than ever these days.

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    Why Anaplan's Third Quarter Was Better Than You Think

    Cloud software company Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN) beat estimates in its third-quarter earnings report in November, but it still wasn't enough to please the market. In this episode of "Beat and Raise" recorded on Dec. 1, Fool contributors Zane Fracek and Brian Withers break down Anaplan's third-quarter report and explain what the market thinks is missing. Brian Withers: We got Anaplan, ticker symbol P-L-A-N.

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    Anaplan Stock Is a Great Buy to Kick Off 2022

    Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN) has been absolutely clobbered since its latest earnings update. Between the lack of a bigger earnings beat and raise to the company's revenue guidance and the coronavirus omicron variant, share prices have plummeted 36% in the last month and are down 41% in 2021 with just a month to go until the new year. Anaplan is doing just fine, though, and by one metric, shares are now as cheap as they were in March 2020 before we knew the cloud-based business-planning software company could continue growing in spite of pandemic disruption.