It's trading near a 52 week high, remember a year ago it was selling for $20 a share, so it's OVER valued and I think people are figuring out reality vs conjecture. Their sales went up and so did their losses. That's a sure sign that management is clueless. I think they have too much SG&A and that's where they need to cut the losses, but that might include reducing staff which helps drives sales/support/development. It's a double edged sword.
I just have a very difficult time paying top dollar for stock. the stock traded at $20 a year ago and what's happened in the last year? Increased Sales and increased losses.
Their sales went up about 20% from $138 Million to $164 Million, yet their losses went up by more than a factor of 2x from $25 Million to $59 Million. That's not a good sign when the losses are increasing faster than revenues. If the losses were increasing at a slower rate, then maybe that would be a good sign, but they aren't.
I'm sure they are going to have a loss for this quarter, which ends 3 weeks from now and then well see how their losses are compared to sales. I just won't buy at a 52 Week High range with a company losing money like this.
how is Imperva a steal? They are LOSING MONEY. if you look at the last three years, their sales have increased from $104 Million to $164 Million, but their loses went from $7.387 Million to now almost $59 Million. And you think this company is worth a $1.25 Billion market cap? Someone is smoking some pretty powerful weed on this one. It's worth a LOT less than that. Sounds like this is overpriced just like Autonomy was overpriced when they stuck HP with that turd. (ever wonder why Anthony hired two other former Verity people?) They ran Verity into the ground and had to sell, then they worked for Autonomy and had to sell.....
I don't think Cisco is THAT stupid to pay that kind of premium for just a software company like this. They are losing more money when they have more sales. TYPICAL IDIOTS running the asylum. Don't get caught into this sucker bet.