ServiceNow and Microsoft are at the top of our preferred names list near-term, says Citi’s Radke

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “ServiceNow and Microsoft are at the top of our preferred names list near-term, says Citi’s Radke” – below is their description.

Tyler Radke, Citi co-head of U.S. software equity research, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss how stable the guidance has to be for software companies, why more companies won’t perform like Adobe post-earnings and why the software sector de-rating is almost done.

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