The database business is the real deal, Eric Bolling says, and Oracle is the king. It doesn’t have any analyst sells, either.
If the database business were so great, Oracle (ORCL) wouldn’t have to make so many acquisitions to grow, Jeff Macke says. They are following this model because there's nowhere to go in the space. That said, it is working and there isn’t much reason to think it will stop. Jeff also thinks the earnings will be great, but he’d take some off the table. The greatest risk to Oracle may just be the overall volatility in the stock market.
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