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    1. Fundamentally speaking, there is a reason to stay long the stock for the long term. Small moves like today's are negligible over time. ORCL is a proven winner that survived the Dot com bubble burst and several sector-wide trend changes. So they are likely to continue executing on plans for years to come. 2. We now depend on technology more than ever before and the trend is becoming exponential. Tech begets more tech, so the demand on ORCL products and services should stay strong. There is plenty of business for all major competitors to thrive.
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Founded 42 years ago, in 1977, Oracle is a computer technology corporation that trades in the NYSE with the ticker ORCL. The company sells database software and technology, cloud engineered systems, and enterprise software products-particularly its own brands of database management systems. In 2018, Oracle was the third-largest software company by revenue. On March 12, 1986, the company had its initial public offering. Oracle ranked No. 82 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. According to Bloomberg, Oracle's CEO-to-employee pay ratio is 1,205:1. The CEO's compensation in 2017 was $108,295,023. In 2010, Oracle transformed from solely a software company to a manufacturer of both software and hardware as it acquired Sun Mycrosystems (valued at more than $7 billion).

1. Oracle's shares have failed to beat the S&P 500 benchmark during the past three years. 2. Nearly every hardware company has been forced to transition to cloud-based software and services in the past decade. While Oracle has made changes to its business, it hasn't been enough to retain old customers. Oracle's cloud services and licensing segment, which makes up 69% of its business now, grew by just 1% in the most recent quarter, while all of its other revenue segments experienced year-over-year declines.