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CRM wtf is that godly pump. Idk if anyone see my comment, but with that, damn, my day is concluded. So much profit

CRM 230 puts for next friday cheap with amazing contract details I'm not gonna play it since alot of my accounts in spy puts already but this could see 232 tmmrw

DIA HRL CRM KSS curb stomped on earnings miss, US GDP lower than expected, home sales dropped more than expected.
384.5 should be the limit to any retrace in DIA

Analyzing Salesforce’s Stock Surge to $298.14

Salesforce, a global leader in cloud-based software, has recently seen its stock price soar to an impressive $298.14. This significant increase is not a random occurrence but the result of a combination of factors that have played out in favor of the company.

Strong Earnings Reports: Salesforce has consistently reported strong earnings, demonstrating robust financial performance. These positive reports have instilled confidence in investors, leading to increased demand for the stock.

Innovative Product Portfolio: Salesforce’s diverse and innovative product portfolio has been a key driver of its success. The company’s offerings, ranging from sales and service automation to marketing and analytics, have kept it at the forefront of the industry.

Market Leadership: Salesforce’s position as a market leader in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) space has contributed to its strong stock performance.

The company’s dominance in this sector has made it a preferred choice for investors looking for stable returns.
Strategic Acquisitions: Salesforce’s strategic acquisitions have also played a role in boosting its stock price. These acquisitions have not only expanded the company’s product offerings but also opened up new markets, contributing to revenue growth.

CRM in a parallel uptrend at support, if it breaks your going down to the 200 day moving average.

CRM buy late 1H

CRM is getting ready to get toasted again as it hits critical resistance range on macro timeframes.

Notice that trend been pretty much 🔴

10%percent pull back