Adobe: AI In Focus Ahead Of Q2 Results, Options Imply A Big Move


  • 41% of S&P 500 firms mentioned AI on quarterly calls, but some tech firms claiming to be focused on AI are losing their luster.
  • Adobe’s Q1 results were disappointing due to slower adoption of AI, but analysts expect strong growth in the next 12 months, leaving its valuation attractive today.
  • Adobe’s technical chart shows warning signs with a bearish double top pattern and weakening momentum, making the stock risky ahead of earnings.
  • Ahead of earnings next month, I highlight key price levels to watch.

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With the Q1 reporting season just about wrapped up on Wall Street, the artificial intelligence (AI) narrative is louder than ever. Goldman Sachs reports that 41% of S&P 500 firms mentioned AI on quarterly calls. But the luster has been lost on some tech

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