New U.S. inflation data is augmenting tech stocks, helping shares of cloud companies reach prices they haven't been close to for nearly a year.
This is often called a "dead cat bounce" -- the sort of modest rebound that a cat's corpse might manage if it hit concrete after falling from a high window.
Things are worse, but they are far from bad. And that's something to hold onto.
By now you may be tired of stories detailing the bad news in the market. Too bad! More are coming. Let's talk specifically about the bad news for SaaS.
Here at TC we keep tabs on the stock market. And the stock market has turned into an awful vomit-machine lately, puking up last year's gains onto its own shirt.
It's clear that we're entering a new monetary world here in the United States. Let's see what the impact is on tech.
Quite a number of earlier-stage deals are going to get done at prices that might not make sense in a few months.
Update: Tech stocks have given up all gains since this post went up, with both the Nasdaq and the basket of software stocks we track in the red. From a slightly later perspective, concern about near f
It's not been a great start to 2022 for your local venture capitalist's near-term liquidity chances.
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