Michael has over 20 years of experience representing individual and small business plaintiffs against the world’s large financial institutions, including Visa, Mastercard, and Chase.
Our firm is investigating a potential Domo class action lawsuit. On June 28, 2018 Domo (NASDAQ: DOMO) conducted its initial public offering (IPO) at $21 per share. On September 5th, 2019 shares dropped more than 30% in after hours trading following the company’s release of its second-quarter earnings results. By September 6th, shares were trading around $16. If you invested in Domo, you may be eligible to recover your losses. Contact our securities team to discuss your options.
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DOMO Stock News: 30% Drop in One Day
On September 5, 2019 Domo released its quarterly results and cut its full year guidance. On this news, shares dropped over 30% in after-hours trading, opening on September 6th at $16.85 per share.
The chief executive is turning away from promises made during the run-up to Domo’s IPO, and still struggles to actually describe the company’s business, even as he promises “to simplify our message.”
The article further explains that Domo was worth nearly $1 billion as recently as May, but now has a market cap below $500 million. As a result, some are beginning to worry about the future of the company. According to MarketWatch:
The real problem… is that Domo doesn’t seem to know what it is or wants to be — or just can’t communicate that message. A muddled marketing plan and a strategy switch a year after going public are not good signs for the future, and Domo’s future appears as cloudy as it gets.
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