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So, there is certainly justification for its rich premium. But how much is too much? At current share prices near $144, Datadog trades at a market cap of $44.87 billion (making it larger than some of the smaller members of the Dow 30). After we net off the $1.47 billion of cash and $734.6 million of debt on Datadog’s most recent balance sheet, the company’s resulting enterprise value is $44.13 billion.

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I retain a bearish outlook on Datadog. In my view, the stock’s ultra-high valuation has no place in today’s market, where investors are emphasizing value and dividend stocks heavily and shunning the top tech trades of last year. Datadog’s relative recent outperformance versus other growth stocks, in my view, will soon catch up to it.

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Consensus, meanwhile, had only expected much lower $263.5 million in revenue, or 48% y/y growth.

Ddog 13 seeds

Chemdog’s unique qualities are the reason we as consumers revere gassy aromas as the most potent, most hard-hitting, and often the best of the best in cannabis. But how did Chemdog come to be, and how has it affected the lineage of other popular strains?

The history of Chemdog

Super Snow Dog comes from crossing Chemdog with a Super Skunk. It’s a sativa-dominant flower that produces a flurry of trichomes — which look like snow — and it has floral aromas. With its genetics, Super Snow Dog’s effects are commonly expected to hit your head with a potent dose of creativity and euphoria.

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As its origin story goes, three fellas named Greg (Chemdog), Pbud (Mike), and Joe Brand met in the summer of 1991 at a Grateful Dead show in Indiana. Chemdog was 18 at the time and Pbud was 21. Chem was walking around the parking lot looking for weed and heard someone say “kind bud” — that someone was Pbud. Chemdog noticed it was some of the best weed he’d ever seen, so he bought a quarter of it, and the weed was so good that Chemdog got Pbud’s phone number in order to get some more.

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