.cloud name in stocks?
I think people are rushing out to buy cloud stocks a little like they did with the original web bubble. It isn't that big of a deal most of the time though when you store some files on the web and access them whenever you want. Hotmail.com is that more or less. You are just starting to see the term "cloud" kicked around a lot because that makes it worthy of a high multiple.
China.cloud - this one is really valuable. You see, it's not just a cloud company, but it's also a cloud company that sells to the Chinese market. What does it do exactly? I have no idea. Does it even exist? Again, no idea. If not, I claim the trademark. The point is that it's the company of the future and it deserves an insane multiple on whatever earnings analysts are predicting. The best thing I can say about it is that we broke even this accounting period. So just think of all the future profits.
Next up we have Apple.cloud. Yup, we sell apples picked right out of the wal-mart produce section and sell them to suckers.
Gold.cloud - don't trust the futures market and don't be burdened with owning physical gold. Keep your gold in the cloud.
Green.cloud - zero emissions in everything we do. (except maybe stock sales)
Pets.cloud - a special opportunity for veterans of the Pets.com debacle.
Racket.cloud - eventually we plan to sell tennis equipment, but for now we're focusing on our IPO.
Cloudinvestmentopportunities.cloud - so you can easily diversify your investments across a variety of cloud sectors (see above).