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  • rorothere rorothere Dec 17, 1999 12:06 PM Flag

    Isn't it funny...

    Don't know which to buy. Can anyone tell me why it should be RDWR?
    Thanks.

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      • 3 Replies to kdp2561
      • Hi KDP,

        I found your msg. Very interesting
        and I like your marketing oriented thinking. I think
        that you have a point here and I agree with your long
        term scenario.

        But I really think that the
        issue here is which company has the best product
        (second best close to the best is also good).
        Here is
        my point (please read it and tell me what you
        think):

        The Client :
        Engineers. In this case the client
        are professional engineers and not the common
        consumer. For example everybody knows that for the best
        routers you should go to Cisco and most of them do that.
        For a dotcom it�s essential to keep the network
        online, or else face consequences.

        The product
        :
        Is answering a real need. Making the network flat is
        and going to be an important issue. We can see the
        problems already today as we try to access AMZN or Yahoo,
        etc. As the Internet is only in the beginning,
        problems will get worse.

        The Market :
        The market
        is growing so fast that both RDWR and FFIV have
        enough place for the next 10 years.

        Cisco
        :
        Cisco don�t do R&D, they buy promising cos. In this
        case there in nothing to worry. The only thing Cisco
        could do is buying RDWR and make us rich.

        In
        your msg., you are using case study from the
        consumption sector. This is a B2B sector.

        Conclusions
        :
        1) The company that have the best product (second
        best close to the best is also O.K.) will find a way
        to make big money. I don�t care how this company
        will do it, I just know that this company will do
        it.
        There is no doubts that RDWR>=FFIV. By the way
        RDWR is going out in January with a new version that
        will edge out once again competitors.
        2) Since
        RDWR>=FFIV. They should be traded at very close prices. RDWR
        should go up 350% in order to reach the market cap. Of
        FFIV. She will do it.
        3) In past MSG�s. I already
        stated why do I think she will do it in the short
        term.

        Please correct me if I wrong

      • You make very good points. But I think the battle
        royal will not even begin for several years. The
        network mtg. market is so big and growing so fast that
        there is pletty of room at the present for FFIV, RDWR,
        and CSCO. Ultimately I think you're right about RDWR
        versus FFIV: Radware will win!

      • I put this company on my watch list since it plummeted after early spectacular gains. If you have any suggestions on where to look for RDWR info is greatly appreciated, thanks.

        V/R
        Hope4

    • a lot of upside. I have trade this stock 6x
      and I won them all. This one can go6 points
      in one day. So, tade the half and the other
      keep for the day it reaches $150. good trading

    • Let's see, ffiv trades at 120.00 (approx) rdwr at
      48.00 (approx) with next earnings report rdwr will
      announce new alliances, increased rev. etc., rdwr has just
      begun to increase their sales and marketing which will
      mean continued growth, should I go on or have you
      figured it out.

 
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