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Juniper Networks, Inc. Message Board

  • st8_shooter st8_shooter Dec 4, 2013 6:26 PM Flag

    Credit Suisse Technology Conference 12-4

    •Robyn Denholm, chief financial and operations officer, Juniper Networks, presented today at the Credit Suisse conference. They continue to be very positive on the business and continued growth. New products gaining real traction. Nothing negative and are on track to achieve their quarterly projection ,as well as, continued growth into the first half of 2015. If the HFT criminal manipulators allow it, this stock should continue to track up nicely.

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    • Denholm excerpt... PPS should be much higher...

      "So in terms of results, we've had five quarters of year-over-year growth and that growth is accelerating in terms of our performance year-to-date. If you look at out year-to-date performance from a earnings perspective, we are up over 50% in terms of expansion in our earnings. We also have had very good demand metrics. For the third quarter; our book-to-bill was greater than one. And our backlog is at a healthy levels as well as our deferred revenue growing quarter-over-quarter."

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      • The retail investor has no chance against the corrupt HFT manipulators except to get in and get out. With recent continued Q over Q results and numerous recent confirmations of their guidance, there is no reason for this stock to be dropping other than manipulation. This is a phenomenon that has happened in the last few years.... watch the computers run it up and then run it down. Every day. Certainly unethical and should be illegal. But that's the corrupt world we live in!

 
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