Dell is stupid for buying CML, they are not even a good fit for them. Dell is so desparate because they are so far behind HP, I wouldn't want to be bought by dell, i'd rather stay independent if i were cml.
lol...CML is trading at 80X...they would really be settling...RDWR would have to get like $80 a share to be equivalent to what the market is valuing CML at currently...RDWR trades at under 30X...RDWR is cheap...but if nothing happens again the backlash for shares could push them below $30...I hope they get bought...but get protection
I don't think it would go back to $27, that was 3 months ago and the way the stock was going up prior to that because of record earnings and increased guidence twice, i think it would have gradually got to this range on its own. Look at EXPD, another stock I own, it has been steadily going up all year because of its international presence and consistant strong earning and consistant growth.
Three Israeli stocks outpacing Nasdaq - for good reason While technology shares index rose by 12% last month, AudioCodes, Radware, and Orckit soared by up to four times that. 5 October 10 22:26, Shlomi CohenSeptember was a big surprise. Instead of a double dip for the American economy, it produced a 12% rise in the Nasdaq index. After such a jump, the big investors believe that only if October turns red, that is, if the indices give back some of September's gains, is there a chance of a seasonal rally at the end of the year, right after the mid-term elections in the US in early November. September yielded an average of 12%, but some Israeli shares in my portfolio soared by as much as four times that. One might have thought that Radware (RDWR) rose the most, because of the reports that it would be sold, but it turns out that September's highest leap, without fanfare, was actually by AudioCodes (AUDC): 50%, compared with 41% by Radware, while third place went to Orckit (ORCT), with a jump of 39%.
RDWR is valued at $700+ million and CML was already valued at over $1 Billion; Israelis will reject HP at $45 and will get a few more $$; if notthey'll build it into a $2 billion company within 2 1/2 years