are just B.S. i won't believe anything until its posted on yahoo. all you jerks saying STRONG BUY reiterated have your heads up your ass. don't post anything until there is some REAL news... don't pick stuff out of your ass and please take your head out of it too!
You can see the reiterated Strong Buy recommendations also on Bloomberg. But if you insist on Yahoo, go to their research on RDWR. You will see there that 3 of 4 brokers revised their estimates.Also you will see there that all 4 brokers recommending Strong Buy, and most important:RDWR ranked #1 0f 54 companies selling Internet software. Meaningly, better than FFIV,ATON and other competitors.
anything until posted on Yahoo!? Yahoo! isn't what most would call a real source of financial info. If you want REAL you need to turn to the actual brokers and not Yahoo! or even necessarily compnay press releases. Of course a company press release is going to be positive.
Look to the brokers...those are the ones that are closest to the company and have access to a lot more info than you can ever get on the internet.
Here is an excerpt from Solomon Smith Barney's latest report. You can get this with a free research trial at their web site.
So get you head out of your ass...jackass!
"RDWR: Very strong 1Q. Raise EPS Estimates, Maintain $55 Target. Salomon Smith Barney Tuesday, May 02, 2000
--SUMMARY:--RADWARE, Ltd.--Server & Enterprise Hardware * RDWR reported a very strong 1Q. Revenue was $6.5 million, up 31% seq. and 160% yoy, well above our $5.3 million est. * Gross margins were healthy at 84%, up 10 basis points seq. * The bottom line was strong, with EPS of $0.05, above our $0.01 est. * During the quarter staffing increased 30%, which we believe is necessary growth given the robust demand for the company's products. * The LinkProof product began selling during the quarter, bringing to four the number of RDWR's internet traffic management offerings. * We are increasing our 2000 EPS estimate to $0.20 from $0.10 and our 2001 EPS estimate to $0.40 from $0.35. * Reiterate our '1S' Buy rating and price target of $55."
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