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  • tupini1 tupini1 Oct 20, 1999 2:57 PM Flag

    Let's hope it doesn't deflate at close.

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    • from www.radewareusa.com

      RADWARE/RND
      Networks is a member of the multi-million RAD group of
      companies. Founded in 1981, The RAD Group consists of 14
      companies that develop, manufacture, and market product
      solutions for diverse segments of the networking and
      telecommunications industry.
      Member firms operate autonomously,
      without a holding company, but are guided by the RAD
      Group founders undder a common strategic umbrella. This
      decentralized business philosophy maximizes the advantages
      inherent in smaller business units, such as flexibility,
      entrepreneurial spirit and management focus.

      Three of the
      RAD Group companies currently trade on the NASDAQ
      Stock Market in the United States, while the others are
      privately held by the Group's founders and assorted venture
      capital firms. The RAD Group's sales in 1998 are
      projected at over $300 million dollars

    • Look at the last 7 days of trading--how can u even say it tracks the dow--hell the dow has been up and rdwr down. It doesnt even track the nasdaq but it is a bit closer than the dow!!

    • In you opinion is is shadowing DOW because MM's are controlling
      it so as not to attract attention while they accumulate or just
      a natural movement. Just curious.

    • I followed RDWR price all day today and it
      tracked the DOW. Expect the DOW small dip at the open the
      moves up again. RDWR should do the same. I expect RDWR
      to hit 40 tomorrow. The DOW is trading in an up
      channel and I expect the DOW to continue up until Friday.
      RDWR should do the same. May see it hit 45 + again.
      I'll sell by Friday for sure. Microsoft is making this
      market move. If the antitrust judgment is at all decent
      could see a continued rally next week. This rally is
      expected to continue for 2 weeks.

      However, I
      follow the stock closely all day and if I see any
      weakness I'm out. After all, for 15 bucks I can buy it
      back a few minutes later.

      thanks.

    • RDWR is trading down a dollar in after markets tonite

    • If Goldman was part of the underwriting team you
      can be sure they will provide strong support at the
      end of the quiet period. Brokers in the Seattle
      Merrill Lynch office are acutely aware of RDWR. Hope AOL
      and IBM don't tank the market tommorrow.

    • No need to post that here except to reassure any
      weak longs I guess-We are all already in RDWR because
      of your above post-I wrote similar comments earlier
      today to shut some shorts and naysayers up, appreciate
      you taking it that next step with all the info
      though-Just think maybe we should let those at FFIV know, but
      I think most already do-I'm surprised that today on
      better volume than FFIV, that we didn't kick it-Methinks
      MM's are playing us to ride us higher since we aren't
      even covered yet by the underwriters-I think after the
      STRONG BUYS is when RDWR can work its way up to the
      50-60's or higher depending on how peers like FFIV
      perform-Good luck all longs

    • FFIV is a provider of integrated Internet traffic
      management solutions designed to improve the availability
      and performance of mission-critical Internet-based
      servers and applications. For the nine months ended
      6/30/99 revenues totalled $14.1 million, up from $3
      million. Net loss totalled $6.7 million, up from $2.3
      million. Revenues reflect an increase in products sold and
      an increase in the installed base of FFIV's
      products. Net loss reflects higher personnel-related
      expenses.

      Radware, Ltd. develops, manufactures and markets Internet
      traffic management solutions that enable continuous
      access to Web sites and other services, applications and
      content based on Internet protocol. For the six months
      ended 6/30/99, sales increased from $1.7 million to
      $5.5 million. Net loss decreased 82% to $178 thousand.
      Revenues reflect increased shipments of the Web Server
      Direct products. Lower losses were partially offset by
      increased R&D and marketing expenses.


      With just
      slightly lower revenues and far lower losses, rdwr is
      considerably undervalued considering its market cap is only
      1/3 ffiv�s. 500MM vs. 1.6 billion.

      dt

    • Wall Street and software maker Radware Ltd.
      differ on why the newly public company's stock is
      soaring for the second consecutive trading day.


      After posting a 17% gain Friday, Radware (RDWR) shares
      were up $10.938, or 35%, at $41.875 at the close of
      trading Monday.

      Tel Aviv-based Radware, which
      went public last month, makes software tools to
      prevent Web sites from crashing under heavy traffic.


      Chief Executive Roy Zisatel said the introduction of
      load-balancing product LinkProof is what drove the stock
      beginning Friday. The company announced the new product's
      release Thursday.

      "I don't think that's it," said
      Robert Mittleman, director of the trading desk at
      Josephthal & Co. Radware's Friday run-up began in the
      afternoon, he said, and followed a sharp decline shortly
      after its initial public offering on Sept. 30. "They
      got the slippers out of the way on the IPO and then
      the stock took off," he said.

      Meanwhile,
      shares of Radware competitor F5 Networks Inc. were up
      following an appearance on CNBC by the company's chief
      executive. At the coose of trading, F5 shares (FFIV) were up
      $13.938, or 18%, at $92.

      F5 Networks Chairman and
      CEO Jeffery Hussey said Monday the company hopes to
      supplant Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) as the dominant player
      in the Internet- traffic management market.


      Hussey said his company, whose competitors also include
      Alteon WebSystems Inc. (ATON), has a market share of
      about 20%. F5 products balance the load among the
      multiple servers that run some Web sites, he said.


      Internet traffic management is "becoming a hot industry,"
      said analyst Eric Zimits of Hambrecht & Quist.

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