$BILL

BILL Holdings Inc

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PRICE

$64.5 β–²2.348%

Extented Hours

VOLUME

1,038,767

DAY RANGE

63.76 - 64.947

52 WEEK

51.94 - 139.5

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@Housty #droscrew
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maybe he is still selling.... but he sold $8.4 Bill and stock hardly glitched

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@Housty #droscrew
2 hours ago

this chart doing the rounds but it doesn't adjust for the size of the economy which is basically double now what it was in 2007-2008. so debt interest then was around $900 bill or equivalent of $1800 bill now.....actually now it is $1100 bill

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@Housty #droscrew
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$NVDA 30% of revenue comes from two customers, $MSFT & $META, MAG7 rising together but AI apps don't make money yet, so $25 bill a year being pulled out of those two companies with little payback, bound to eat into their results

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@Housty #droscrew
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Jamie Dimon sells $150 mill worth of stock, his first ever sale of stock. Bezos upto $8.5 bill sale. Zuck $500 mill

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@dros #droscrew
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most likely pretty skewed because of that > @Housty said: I think insider sales tlast week would be fairly high as Jeff sold $2 bill...that probably swamps all the other data

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@Housty #droscrew
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I think insider sales tlast week would be fairly high as Jeff sold $2 bill...that probably swamps all the other data

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@Housty #droscrew
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$2 bill..... not much when your a $3000B market cap

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@Housty #droscrew
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what 1.5% of $2T.... a mere $30 bill, no superpac can provide that sort of money

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@Housty #droscrew
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20% up on $METa .... ao on the promise of a $50 bill buyback and 0.5% div investors are willing to pay $200 Billion more for the company. Seems a tad overdone...but it is what it is

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@Housty #droscrew
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having said that $60 bill is only a ratio of 25 to 1 ...maybe a move to real profitability might show how expensive it is

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@Housty #droscrew
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$AMZN switches on advertising on prime yesterday. I am seeing projections this could bring FCF upto $60 bill next year. maybe that is why there was such huge volume in $AMZN a few days ago

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@Housty #droscrew
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$IVE which is value also 3 and 4 largest trades ever. combined around $1.2 bill

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@dros #droscrew
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https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2024/01/bill-ackman-neri-oxman-twitter-posts/677164/

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@dramdram #ivtrades
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not sure how to approach it yet , do you buy leap calls or just buy the shares. low float and still uner $1 Bill market cap

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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Ieri c'Γ¨ stato il colpo di grazia della FED sul rendimento decennale USA, sceso sotto il 4%! Siamo ad una correzione del 21% dal picco del 5% del 23 ottobre, guarda caso, lo stesso giorno in cui Bill Ackman twittΓ² di aver chiuso gli short sull'obbligazionario americano :)

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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Quello americano ha perso il 17% dal 23 ottobre, da quando Bill Ackman ha twittato che avevano chiuso le loro posizioni short sull'obbligazionario.

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@Arunas #PRO Traders
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The House of Representatives passed (https://www.cnbc.com/2023/11/14/house-passes-bill-to-avoid-government-shutdown-senate-to-vote-next.html) a bill to avoid a government shutdown (shutdown) Some parts of the government will be funded until January 19 and others until February 2, 2024. On a related note, I am attaching an infographic of the history of shutdowns in the US by length of number of days. Note that there has never been a government shutdown after 1996. Need money - they'll print it!)

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@thegiz18 #ivtrades
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$BILL, $FTNT big losses on earnings

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@Housty #droscrew
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best in breed drug who's 2 main competitors have revenues of $5 bill and around $3 bill. seems to me

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@Arunas #PRO Traders
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https://www.investors.com/market-trend/stock-market-today/dow-jones-dips-as-bill-ackman-unwinds-this-big-bet-tesla-stock-fights-for-key-level-okta-stock-plunges-microsoft-stock-apple-stock/

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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Qui l'articolo https://www.cnbc.com/2023/10/23/bill-ackman-covers-bet-against-treasurys-says-too-much-risk-in-the-world-to-bet-against-bonds.html

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@Esse #decarolis
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Ahhhh e bravo bill

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@dros #droscrew
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BILL ACKMAN SAYS THEY HAVE COVERED THEIR BOND SHORT - POST ON X

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@Housty #droscrew
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what is true @Navneet is that Humana bought texas and Nevada offices for 0.8 x revenue. Given current revenues if that was the whole business with there much more profitable florida clients it would be $2.4 bill. Take away the $1.2 bill in debt and that leaves $1.2 bill or 12 x current mrkt cap. So somebody is up to something, just dont know what

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@dros #droscrew
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$PXD Oct13 250 C $LYFT Oct13 11.5 C $PLTR Oct13 18 C $AMC Oct 14 C $BILL Oct27 126 C $X Oct27 33 C $XP Nov 25 C $BHC Oct 8 C $MSFT Oct13 315 P $VFC Nov13 14.5 P $WDC Nov10 39 P $AGNC Mar 7 P $WBD Nov10 8 P $PLTR Oct13 16 P

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@dros #droscrew
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$PXD Oct13 250 C $LYFT Oct13 11.5 C $PLTR Oct13 18 C $AMC Oct 14 C $BILL Oct27 126 C $X Oct27 33 C $XP Nov 25 C $BHC Oct 8 C $MSFT Oct13 315 P $VFC Nov13 14.5 P $WDC Nov10 39 P $AGNC Mar 7 P $WBD Nov10 8 P $PLTR Oct13 16 P

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Rae Wee SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar began the last quarter of the year in the ascendant on Monday due to prospects of U.S. interest rates staying higher for longer, and the yen's slide to a near one-year low put traders on watch for intervention by Japanese authorities. Currency moves were subdued in early Asia trade with parts of Australia out for a holiday and China away for its Golden Week, though analysts said a narrowly-averted U.S. government shutdown could bring some relief to markets. The yen eased to 149.83 per dollar, its weakest in over 11 months, moving ever close to the 150 mark that some traders believe could trigger intervention by Japanese authorities, similar to their action last year, to support the currency. "Intervention risks could limit, if not partially reverse yen losses; especially as dollar/yen dangerously flirting with 150 prompts push-back from Tokyo," said Vishnu Varathan, head of economics and strategy at Mizuho Bank. "But the intent of the (Ministry of Finance) is not a clear line in the sand. Nor is the Bank of Japan (BOJ) likely to buckle under yen pressures to concede a hawkish overhaul at pain of far more lasting economic damage." A summary of opinions at the BOJ's September meeting out on Monday showed policymakers discussed various factors that must be taken into account when exiting ultra-loose policy. "They're wary of tightening too early and squashing... a rise in inflation and growth," said Jarrod Kerr, chief economist at Kiwibank. "They deserve to be cautious, though." In the broader currency market, the euro lost 0.06% to $1.05665, after ending the previous quarter with a 3% fall, its worst performance in a year. Sterling was last 0.14% lower at $1.21875, having similarly slid nearly 4% against the dollar in the third quarter. The U.S. dollar index, however, stood not too far from its recent 10-month high and was last at 106.27, after clocking its best quarterly performance in a year last month thanks to persistently hawkish Federal Reserve rhetoric. "I'd rather be in dollars at the moment than euros or pounds or others," said Kiwibank's Kerr. "I think the dollar will find a bit more support." The U.S. Congress late on Saturday passed a stopgap funding bill with overwhelming Democratic support in a bid to avoid the federal government's fourth partial shutdown in a decade, a move which Pepperstone's head of research Chris Weston said "should be welcomed by risky assets". "We also now have a firm understanding that the U.S. Labor Department will release nonfarm payrolls data this Friday, as well as the U.S. CPI report on 12 October, which may have not been the case had the (government) shut down," he said. "This puts the 1 November FOMC meeting back on the table as a potential venue for a further 25-basis-point rate hike." Elsewhere, the Australian dollar slid 0.47% to $0.64045, while the New Zealand dollar edged 0.19% lower to $0.5987, as traders looked ahead to rate decisions from their respective central banks this week.

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@Housty #droscrew
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they appointed a new CFO on Friday, he has a pedigree of running united health plans medicaid business in Florida. $cano are currently trying to sell the medicaid business which has a lot of customers and revenue of around $180 mill. The sale of this would cut $CANO business from 360,000 customer to 200,000 customers but only cut revenue from around $3 bill to $2.8 bill. So they would then have an average revnue per customer of $14,000.

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@Housty #droscrew
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$cano just replaced their CFO and put out consolidated revenues etc following the sales of texas and nevada. It looks like they sold that business for 1.6 x revenue. That same multiple would put a value for the rest of $cano at $4.8 bill roughly. Current enterprise value $1.3 bill and equity value $80 mill. So at 1.6 x revenue it would be

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@Housty #droscrew
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They have restructured the business from 169 centers to around 114.... however if they sell medicaid business as stated they will have retained most of their revenue. i estimate between $2.55 and $2.65 bill. So 1/3 drop in centres and only a 10% cut in revenue

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@Housty #droscrew
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it carries debt so enterprise value is 1.3 bill. But OSH had same amount of debt and lower turnover and sold for 5 x revenues

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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$TLRY large open interest across multiple strikes with the pot banking reform bill being voted on in the Senate next week. Might want to buy more time. Looking at Oct 3 Calls.

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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The House Banking Committee advanced a bill to allow cannabis companies to charge purchases on credit cards instead of cash only payments. Now it advances to the old duffers in the Senate. Good luck with that. I didn't realize that the IRS doesn't allow pot companies to deduct their expenses. They pay taxes on gross income. Legalize it already! It's a thirty-billion-dollar industry. What a country. Pretzel Logic -

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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(Reuters) - Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Wednesday as easing Treasury yields boosted megacaps, while investors awaited developments on a U.S. funding bill and inflation data this week to gauge the Federal Reserve's policy outlook. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 63.93 points, or 0.19%, at the open to 33,682.81. The S&P 500 opened higher by 9.10 points, or 0.21%, at 4,282.63, while the Nasdaq Composite gained 51.75 points, or 0.40%, to 13,115.36 at the opening bell.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Investing.com-- Gold prices fell in Asian trade on Tuesday, facing consistent pressure from a stronger dollar and higher Treasury yields as Federal Reserve officials reiterated the bank’s outlook for higher interest rates. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said in an address on late-Monday that he saw rates rising at least once more in 2023, and that they were likely to remain higher through 2024. His comments echoed those made by Fed Chair Jerome Powell last week, who said that sticky inflation and a tight labor market will likely elicit one more rate hike this year. Powell also downplayed expectations for a large band of rate cuts next year, with the Fed’s target rate set to remain above 5% through 2024. The outlook for higher rates dented gold’s prospects, given that higher yields push up the opportunity cost of investing in the non-yielding asset. This weighed particularly on the outlook for prices, with gold futures losing more than the spot price in recent sessions. Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,913.62 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in December fell 0.2% to $1,932.25 an ounce by 00:02 ET (04:02 GMT). Both instruments were at a 11-day low. Dollar at 10-mth peak, yields hit 16-year high with shutdown in focus Pressure on metal markets came chiefly from a stronger greenback, as the Fed’s hawkish rhetoric pushed the dollar to its highest level in 10 months against a basket of currencies. Treasury yields also surged in the wake of the Fed’s meeting last week, with the benchmark 10-year rate at its highest since 2007. Growing fears of a U.S. government shutdown did little to deter the dollar’s advance, with higher rates also increasing the greenback’s safe haven appeal over gold. Congress has less than a week to pass a spending bill and avert a shutdown. But both Republican and Democrat leaders indicated little progress was being made towards reaching consensus. While gold is a safe haven, it has seen little actual gains during past government shutdowns. The 2018-2019 shutdown, which was the longest in U.S. history at 35 days, only saw a $20 appreciation in spot prices. Copper prices dip, China jitters persist Among industrial metals, copper prices extended losses on Tuesday amid persistent concerns over an economic slowdown in China, the world’s largest copper importer. Sentiment towards the country was dealt a fresh blow this week as beleaguered property developer China Evergrande Group (HK:3333) said it will be unable to issue new debt due to a government investigation. This ramped up concerns over more regulatory scrutiny towards the sector, which is already struggling with a three year-long cash crunch. The property sector is also a key driver of copper demand. Copper futures fell 0.1% to $3.702 a pound, and were close to 1-Β½ month lows. Focus this week is now on purchasing managers’ index data from China for more cues on business activity.

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@Navneet #droscrew
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I have been hearing this since last year for $CanΓ³ but nothing happened lol > @Housty said: $CANO has 1.2 bill roughly in debt and a mrkt cap of $137 mill. That gives an EV of $1.367bill. Thats approx slightly less than 0.5 revenue. The last such similar company to sell was $osh which sold for 5 x revenue Including a load of debt. If $cano even sold for 1 x revenue it would be a 12 bagger from here

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@Housty #droscrew
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$CANO has 1.2 bill roughly in debt and a mrkt cap of $137 mill. That gives an EV of $1.367bill. Thats approx slightly less than 0.5 revenue. The last such similar company to sell was $osh which sold for 5 x revenue Including a load of debt. If $cano even sold for 1 x revenue it would be a 12 bagger from here

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@Navneet #droscrew
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so current price is 0.3 if it's 10x then it will be 3$ ? > @Housty said: $CANO debt owners forcing a sale it seems, $1.2 bill in debt and current SP would mean $1.4bill for a breakeven. that is 0.5 x revenue. recent sales in this industry have been 10 x sales. Evan if they managed to get 1 x sales this would be a 7 bagger from. current mrkt cap 170 mill. so 1 x revenue would be around 2.9 bill. - debt = 1.7 bill. Or 10 x current share price

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@Housty #droscrew
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$CANO debt owners forcing a sale it seems, $1.2 bill in debt and current SP would mean $1.4bill for a breakeven. that is 0.5 x revenue. recent sales in this industry have been 10 x sales. Evan if they managed to get 1 x sales this would be a 7 bagger from. current mrkt cap 170 mill. so 1 x revenue would be around 2.9 bill. - debt = 1.7 bill. Or 10 x current share price

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@dros #droscrew
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$META Dec-25 270 C $PLUG Aug25 9 C $BILL Sep01 122 C $PFE Sep01 37.5 C $ATVI Sep01 92 C $PYPL Sep29 65 C $CCJ Sep 40 C $MARA Mar 30 C $RIOT Mar 30 C

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$META Dec-25 270 C $PLUG Aug25 9 C $BILL Sep01 122 C $PFE Sep01 37.5 C $ATVI Sep01 92 C $PYPL Sep29 65 C $CCJ Sep 40 C $MARA Mar 30 C $RIOT Mar 30 C

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@Housty #droscrew
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Well its already exceeded this amount, so will Yellen today state she is going to sell more Bills at a real high 5.5% rate or sell bonds paying 4% or thereabouts. The government has a need for about $500 bill a qtr, this will have huge effects on market liquidity and will also probably crush anyone holding longterm bonds as rates will rise if Treasury goes back to issuing bonds

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@dros #droscrew
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$BILL Aug04 140 C $TUP Aug 2 C $CYH Aug 5 C $M Jul28 16.5 C $GPS Jul28 9.5 C $VLO Aug 130 C $CPRI Nov 4.5 C $FHN Nov 14 C $GRPN Jan 9 C $PYPL Aug 80 C $TRP Feb 40 C $GME Jul28 25 C $VTRS Oct 11 C $BP Aug 39 C

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$BILL Aug04 140 C $TUP Aug 2 C $CYH Aug 5 C $M Jul28 16.5 C $GPS Jul28 9.5 C $VLO Aug 130 C $CPRI Nov 4.5 C $FHN Nov 14 C $GRPN Jan 9 C $PYPL Aug 80 C $TRP Feb 40 C $GME Jul28 25 C $VTRS Oct 11 C $BP Aug 39 C

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@Housty #droscrew
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i wonder what % of those jobs are Biden borrowing huge amounts against the future, infrastructure bill, gov jobs etc

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

6.70 B

Beta

2.02

Avg. Volume

3.39 M

Shares Outstanding

105.13 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2024-05-09

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

bill.com is the leading business payments company helping over 2m members process $36 billion in payments annually. bill.com saves companies over 50% of the time typically spent on financial back-office operations by automating end-to-end processes. bill.com helps businesses connect and do business by tying together finance and accounting programs, banks, customers, vendors, accounting professionals, and documents. the company is the choice of 3 of the top 10 u.s. banks; leading accounting software providers quickbooks online and xero; and over 50 percent of the top 100 accounting firms. it is the only business payments solution endorsed by the american institute of cpas (aicpa). the recipient of more than 70 awards, bill.com proudly received multiple pc magazine’s editor’s choice awards and ceo renΓ© lacerte was recently recognized as an e&y; entrepreneur of the year.

CEO: RenΓ© Lacerte

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HQ: 1810 Embarcadero Road Palo Alto, 94303 California

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