And there were a few caveats about it being an Isreali company (Europe is becoming virulently anti-Semitic, thanks to its huge influx of Muslim immigrants); the existing big-boy competition (deflected by their niche strategy); the volatility of the stock and the sector; the high current valuation relative to operations; "smart dudes in a garage somewhere"; and an early buyout by a 'biggie'.
But, given all that the reco was still strong.
(I take HG, but don't publish anything about it other than small paraphrases, as above. It costs $200+ per year but, since 2003, June, has returned 60% vs. S&P 25%---rounded numbers. Those are "market beating returns", to coin a phrase.).