The five highest performing cloud computing stocks year-to-date on the Cloud Computing Index are Qualys (NASDAQ: QYLS), Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR), Riverbed Technology (NASDAQ:RVBD), Workday (NYSE:WDAY), and VMWare (NYSE:VMW). A $10K investment in Qualys shares made on January 2th of last year is worth $12,305.00 as of market close Friday, and $10K invested in Workday shares are worth $11,310.00. IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP share prices are included for comparison.
The following graphic compares how $10,000 invested on January 2nd of this year in the highest performing cloud computing stocks, in addition to IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are valued today.
Please see the full Cloud Computing Index for market caps, average volumes, 52-week high and low share prices, Earnings per Share, Price/Earnings Ratio, and Beta. I am using the Google Finance Portfolio option to track the performance of these stocks. For information on how this index was created, see the description at the end of this post. I do not hold equity positions or work for any of the companies mentioned in this blog post or included in the Cloud Computing Index and this post is not meant to provide investment advice. It is simply a glimpse into the performance of these company’s stock prices over time. Please click on the graphic to expand for easier reading.
Best Performing Cloud Computing Stocks, January 13 to January 17, 2014
Worst Performing Cloud Computing Stocks, January 13 to January 17, 2014
Best Performing Cloud Computing Stocks In 2014
Worst Performing Cloud Computing Stocks In 2014
Comparing Cumulative Stock Performance
Performance of the Cloud Computing Index over the last year is compared to NetSuite, Salesforce, IBM, Oracle and SAP is below. This index has been up 22.98% over the last year, with NetSuite (NYSE:N) up 60.89%, Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) up 38.11%, IBM (NYSE:IBM) down 2.24%, Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) up 9.60% and SAP (NYSE:SAP) up .66%. Please click on the graphic to expand for easier reading.
Specifics on the Cloud Computing Stock Index
I used The Cloud Times 100 as the basis of the index, selecting twenty companies all of which are publically traded. The latest edition of the Cloud Computing Index is shown here. The filter applied to these companies is that 50% or more of their revenues are generated from cloud-based applications, infrastructure and services.