Yesterday Spire Global announced that it planned to merge with the already-listed SPAC, NavSight Holdings (NSH). Spire is a young, high growth, high quality company already serving major customers with critical data collected by their fleet of earth observation small satellites. We're excited about the company's entry to the public markets and own NSH in staff personal accounts.
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We spoke to the Spire CEO back in 2019. We published the interview at the time but thought it worth revisiting now as a backgrounder. Much will have changed at Spire but here's the story as told to us back then.
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Today we commence our Pro service coverage of the cybersecurity sector. Our first Pro note sets out the vendor landscape as we see it, and explains why our top picks include ZScaler (ZS) and Cloudflare (NET). The note is free to all Pro subscribers - if you're yet to subscribe, you can buy the note on a one-time basis - we'll deduct the cost of the note against your subscription fee should you choose to join us.
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Virgin Galactic (SPCE) has delivered a sound performance since we went to Buy in this, our Pro service, on 2 July 2020. In our latest subscriber note, we flag three recent newsflow items of late that we believe have implications for the stock.
Science Applications International Corp (SAIC) delivered its Q3 earnings last week. Our review note for Cestrian Pro subscribers is now live. It features analysis of the earnings report, reflections on the earnings call and our subsequent conversation with the company, considerations on the stock chart, and more.
In the coming weeks we will be adding a number of stocks to our 'Cestrian Pro' research service. They will include:
- Iridium Communications (IRDM), a pureplay space stock
- L3Harris (LHX), a defense contractor building share in the government space sector
- Salesforce (CRM), an enterprise cloud software consolidator
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Maxar Technologies (MAXR) reported its Q3 on Thursday 5th November. Whereupon the stock promptly executed a nosedive. We publish our earnings review for Simplex Pro subscribers here. (Full Duplex Pro subscribers enjoy real-time earnings reactions in our dedicated Slack channel ahead of our published notes).If you're not yet a Cestrian Pro subscriber, you can learn more