Uncovering Key Insights About Datadog – A Comprehensive Overview

We're taking a closer look at Datadog today, as the chatter surrounding the stock has increased notably in the last few weeks. Today, its shares moved -4.0% compared to 0.0% for the S&P 500. Increased investor interest and volatility surrounding the stock are not reason enough to buy in -- you should first perform your own due diligence. Here are some figures that can get you started:

  • Datadog, Inc. operates an observability and security platform for cloud applications in North America and internationally.

  • Datadog has moved 26.1% over the last year compared to 25.5% for the S&P 500 -- a difference of 0.6%

  • DDOG has an average analyst rating of buy and is -13.4% away from its mean target price of $146.84 per share

  • Its trailing 12 month earnings per share (EPS) is $0.34

  • Datadog has a trailing 12 month Price to Earnings (P/E) ratio of 374.0 while the S&P 500 average is 27.65

  • Its forward earnings per share (EPS) is $1.91 and its forward P/E ratio is 66.6

  • DDOG has a Price to Earnings Growth (PEG) ratio of 5.24, which shows the company is potentially overvalued when we factor growth into the price to earnings calculus.

  • The company has a Price to Book (P/B) ratio of 19.28 in contrast to the S&P 500's average ratio of 4.59

  • Datadog is part of the Technology sector, which has an average P/E ratio of 32.54 and an average P/B of 4.25

  • Datadog has on average reported free cash flows of $233.45 Million over the last four years, during which time they have grown by an an average of 203.6%

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