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Salesforce.com Inc NYSE
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Detailed Analyst Recommendation
Each Recommendations received from contributors is mapped to one of the I/B/E/S standard ratings. A consensus recommendation is determined by an average of the numeric values, rounding that mean value to the nearest integer. This area currently displays US research coverage only. In many cases, non-US related research coverage can be accessed from the homepage of the respective company.
12-Month Price Target Range
The 12-month Consensus Price Target is the average of individual price target estimates submitted by covering sell-side analysts.
01/2017 0 of 14 estimates changed
Estimate momentum measures changes in analyst sentiment over time & may be an indicator of future price movements.
Earnings Growth (2017)
Earnings Growth is the measure of year on year earnings per share (EPS) growth from the prior fiscal year, expressed as a percentage.
Price / Earnings (2017)
Price/Earnings ratio is a widely used stock evaluation measure. View P/E data for the next four years for this security.
View earnings surprise data table for more information.
Consensus Earnings Forecast
<tr><td>The actual reported earnings per share for 01/2016 for CRM was 0.08 For the fiscal year 01/2017, the consensus mean EPS is 0.36, derived from a total of 14 estimate.
PEG ratio is the Price Earnings ratio divided by the growth rate. In this case we use the forecasted earnings over the next 12 months & the long term forecasted growth rate (based on the consensus of professional analysts).