Database company MongoDB ($MDB) is rolling in 2020, with shares up more than double so far this year. 

The company is still facing expected losses, according to analysts tracked by Zacks Investment Research, of -$0.69 when it announces earnings after the bell on Thursday, June 4. 

So far, from the peak in March, MongoDB's job postings have declined by nearly 30%. 

It might not be that big of a deal that job postings have declined for this tech company - and there is no shortage of tech companies that have seen job postings drop off from where they were earlier this spring, pre-pandemic. Plus, for MongoDB, the company has seen its LinkedIn Headcount (not shown) rise more than 20% this year; some of these job postings may have simply been filled. 

Furthermore - a great sign for companies that trended well in times of crisis - MongoDB, too, has seen its Facebook Talking About Count roar in recent weeks. 

It's already been a great run for Nasdaq stocks, and continued sheltering-in-place may play into the hands of companies like MongoDB. Once trading wraps up, investors will have a better picture of its near-term trajectory. 

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