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barneyfifelawman 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 14, 2014 8:22 AM Member since: Oct 12, 2001
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    ftnt has it all!

    by barneyfifelawman Jul 13, 2014 10:52 PM
    barneyfifelawman barneyfifelawman Aug 14, 2014 8:22 AM Flag

    .....not at the level of ftnt. There WILL be consolidation in this industry..........when the "bigs" go shopping they look for best of breed. Ftnt is the most well rounded bigger cap stock in the cybersecurity arena. It absolutely, positively HAS to be on the short list when the "bigs" want to acquire. Many of those smaller co's that you speak of wouldn't move the needle for a larger company. Its a lot like buying cars..........those that have money will pay up to buy the Mercedes. Why....they want KNOWN quality!! It will take time....and you have to be patient....but I maintain they eventually get taken out.....just my opinion of course, ;-) barney

  • barneyfifelawman by barneyfifelawman Aug 14, 2014 8:02 AM Flag

    .....therefore barney is accumulating. Have been here before but at much higher prices....everything looks in place for some significant gains in the future...just have to be patient. Do your own DD!! Good luck to all longs....barney

  • barneyfifelawman by barneyfifelawman Jul 23, 2014 10:48 PM Flag

    ....and hopefully impv gets some sympathy move. I listened to the ftnt cc and it was a thing of beauty. They are increasing guidance. I am hopeful that we see a similar move with impv when they announce. Keep the faith ....this stock has enormous upside imho. barney

  • barneyfifelawman by barneyfifelawman Jul 23, 2014 10:42 PM Flag

    Beat on all KEY operating measurements!! This Co. is hitting on all cylinders. Enterprise business grew as did market share. They are stealing market share from several competitors. The real money will come when they get taken out imho. Not pumping at all.....do your own dd....and see how buying Best of Breed eventually pays off. I''m out....barney

  • barneyfifelawman by barneyfifelawman Jul 13, 2014 10:52 PM Flag

    ....haven't been here is a while. Was over on the impv board giving it some love so thought I would do the same for my fav cybersecurity play....ftnt. Great products....good mgmt....good financials....and after a slight blip....good execution. This stock imho is the crown jewel in the cyber area (also like panw). I have seen it play out COUNTLESS times in other areas that investment in "Best of Breed".....eventually pays well. Keep the faith longs....it WILL pay...barney

  • Reply to

    where is this stock going

    by modernmike56 Jul 10, 2014 4:31 PM
    barneyfifelawman barneyfifelawman Jul 13, 2014 10:14 PM Flag

    Agreed! Patience is the key. As long as there's not another bad earnings surprise....we are fine. Long term....this is a BIG winner. In the cybersecurity space I believe impv and ftnt....get acquired. I do not buy solely on that though..........a rising tide lifts ALL boats...and especially those that shine in the Gartner Magic Quadrants. Simply put....the pie is getting larger. Over the years the Magic Quadrants have made me lots of money. You cannot go wrong buying best of breed. In this arena......I have placed huge bets on a micro (impv) and a mid cap (ftnt). Watch what happens to this sector when the next buyout occurs. Even if its not impv or ftnt....they will all fly north. Acquisitions in the cyber area are a CERTAINTY .....just not sure which company gets picked off. My fav is ftnt but I really like impv due to the low shares outstanding. Good news will make this thing sail. Good luck to all longs..........and do your own dd.............barney

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