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  • cnetmademerich cnetmademerich Nov 2, 1999 7:02 PM Flag

    I think we'll see gap down tomorrow...

    given sharp pullback today, just my opin.. If
    this does happen, be prepared to buy as it will come
    back up. Or it could gap up and then fall back. Either
    way, this stock wont hit any new highs until earnings
    out. Be careful. If youve made your $ with a stock,
    move on. Thats how you end up losing and the thing
    turns into addiction.

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    • <EOM>

    • I think It will close up strong.

    • The pullback was not specific to RDWR. JCDA,
      JNIC, BWEB, VITR etc.. all came back from their highs.
      RDWR pulled back and stabilized around 73-74. IMO
      sellers were washed out on the way up from 78-83 and on
      the way back down to 73. I think we open up a few
      points and hold strong tomorrow around 77-80. We shall
      see.

    • If you watched CNN FN tonite you would have seen
      that an analyst pointed out that Ecommerce has an
      explosive upside potential ahead of it. And if the etailers
      don't all make well the internet infrastructures will
      always benefit from the flow of traffic. The indirect
      plays to the net are found in companies like CMGI, ICGE
      and SCF that incubate the dotcoms. CSCO, FFIV, and
      RDWR that direct the flow of traffic on the net is the
      other hot sector. that is why this stock is so hot when
      others are falling. It may seem ridiculous for this
      runup to constantly occur but shorters that think "what
      goes up must come down" should research this co. a
      little more before getting trapped. Sure there will be a
      time where this will fall back but not at least until
      earnings are out. Then a clearer pix of the company and
      sector will be seen. But EXTR and FFIV have proven
      themselves so far and have been rewarded. No reason why this
      co. can't do the same. But we will see won't
      we......just my 2 cents.

      • 1 Reply to richkid_74
      • I could not have said it better than
        rickid_74
        "Ecommerce has an explosive upside potential ahead of it.
        And if the etailers don't all make well the internet
        infrastructures will always benefit from the flow of traffic. The
        indirect plays to the net are found in companies like
        CMGI, ICGE and SCF that incubate the dotcoms. CSCO,
        FFIV, and RDWR that direct the flow of traffic on the
        net is the other hot sector. that is why this stock
        is so hot when others are falling. It may seem
        ridiculous for this runup to constantly occur but shorters
        that think "what goes up must come down" should
        research this co. a little more before getting trapped.
        Sure there will be a time where this will fall back
        but not at least until earnings are out. Then a
        clearer pix of the company and sector will be seen. But
        EXTR and FFIV have proven themselves so far and have
        been rewarded. No reason why this co. can't do the
        same."

    • RDCM describes their business this way, from a
      release last month-

      "RADCOM LTD. designs,
      manufactures, markets and supports innovative, high performance
      internetworking test and analysis equipment for data
      communications
      networks. The Company's products are used in the
      development and manufacturing of network equipment, the
      installation of networks, and the ongoing maintenance
      of
      operational networks to facilitate real-time identification,
      diagnosis, isolation, and resolution of network
      problems."

      RADCOM's test and analysis equipment has been sold to a
      number of international companies and government
      agencies including AT&T, Bay Networks, British
      Telecom,
      Cisco, CompuServe, Deutsche Telekom, French Navy, GTE,
      IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Pacific Bell, Siemens, and
      3Com according to the release.

      RDCM trading 4s
      http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/991018/radcom_1.html

 
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