Don’t Underestimate Palantir’s B2B Prowess


  • Palantir, a data analytics and software development company, went public in late 2020 and has experienced a volatile stock ride.
  • The company develops software that analyzes data using AI models and proprietary algorithms to find inefficiencies and streamline operations.
  • Palantir generates revenue through data subscription services, with customers signing long-term contracts, resulting in consistent and reliable revenue.
  • Its failure to beat revenue expectations caused PLTR to be beaten down, but that presents a buying opportunity.
  • Palantir expects to deliver even greater growth numbers through this year and is set up to regain that loss through beating future expectations.

Palantir Technologies headquarters campus exterior view in Silicon Valley. - Palo Alto, California, USA - 2019

Michael Vi


Founded by Peter Thiel (of PayPal/PYPL fame), Nathan Gettings, Joe Lonsdale, Stephen Cohen, and Alex Karp (who is still CEO) in 2003, Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) is a data analytics and software development company out

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