Data services have never been more important and as Palantir becomes more commercial, it will have to face down some fierce competition.
Palantir is among us and there’s nowhere to hide if you’re a terrorist or money launderer, but how does the company make money, and should you invest?
Following a downgraded rating by Morgan Stanely, Palantir stock plummeted on Wednesday, but that is only the tip of the iceberg.
This controversial company could be a good bet for a risky portfolio, but what are the pros and cons of investing in Palantir?
Palantir’s share price debuted at $10 on 30 September before dropping to a low of $9.03 on 5 October.
Newly-public Palantir reports its earnings for Q3 this week, its first call as a public company. Here’s what you can expect from Peter Thiel’s big data company.
As of market-open today, shares in secretive data firm Palantir will be available to purchase on the New York Stock Exchange, but should you buy?