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Whats happened to Zoom Video Communications stock?

Looking back at the last two years, there may be no stock more representative of the pandemics impact on the stock market than Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM). After growing parabolically in 2020, the stock has come crashing back to earth and is down 45% year to date at the time of this writing.

Should you buy zoom stock ahead of its Q4 fiscal 2022 earnings?

Zoom stock has shown little signs of life amid the broader market tumble. Yet, with it trading around where it was near the start of the pandemic, some investors might want to consider Zoom ahead of its Q4 fiscal 2022 financial release on Monday, February 28.

Is Zoom stock a buy after the pandemic gains?

Zoom stock has been through a wild two years and many investors might simply stay away from the stock altogether. But it certainly looks far more appealing after nearly all of its pandemic gains were wiped out, even though many of the paying customers Zoom gained aren’t going anywhere, at least not anytime soon.

What does Zoom’s new metrics indicate for the year ahead?

Perhaps due to the downturn in its small-business customer growth, Zoom will place a greater emphasis on increasing its corporate accounts in the year ahead. In turn, the video-chat software provider will report two new metrics: the number of enterprise customers on its platform and their net dollar expansion rate.

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What drove Zoom’s share price in the first half of 2022?

Shares of Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) fell by 41.3 % in the first half of 2022, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The videoconferencing company shot to prominence during the pandemic and saw its share price soar by 173% from $67.28 at the start of 2020 till the end of last year.

Why did zoom stock plunge after earnings?

The stock plunge started Monday evening after the companys second-quarter earnings release, in which Zoom posted record revenue of $1 billion (up 54% year over year) despite executives acknowledging sales would likely slow after unprecedented growth at the height of pandemic uncertainty last year.

How did Zoom’s revenue grow 55% year over year?

Zoom reported strong numbers for its fiscal 2022, ended Jan 31, with revenue jumping a 55% year over year to $4.1 billion. Net income doubled to $1.37 billion as demand for its videoconferencing services went through the roof when numerous businesses scrambled to digitize and work remotely.

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