dec 2013 short yelp and twtr yelp was like $100 twtr like $72 I wish i held the whole time, I;m sorry to the longs , Cramer and all analysts were clowns on this stock.
I was shorting this in the $90's and below, you can search and see from old posts. I got a few wrong, but I stopped shorting in the $40's, made a lot of $$ on it. All analysts over a year ago had strong buys and were giving over $100 price targets , now they down grade. This stock might disappear soon, FB TWTR and especially GOOGL killing them. Does Goldie and the other guy I forgot his name starts with an O i think, do they still post here. YELP is done my friends, Good Luck and sorry to the longs I never would listen to a poster on a restaurant or anything from someone I don't know.
From Zacks, this is the end of the article-----Our Take
F5 Networks reported better-than-expected third-quarter fiscal 2015 results. Also, the year-over-year comparisons on both counts were favorable, primarily due to better-than-expected software sales. The company also provided encouragingfourth-quarter guidance.
Furthermore, the company’s GBB pricing strategy and its BIG-IQ platform remain tailwinds. Revenue growth seems to be steady and was positively impacted by strength across all its business segments and higher software revenues.
We believe that the company’s product refreshes will boost revenues, going forward. Moreover, these initiatives are expected to expand the company’s total addressable market and result in client wins.
Better execution and focus on enterprise and service providers have placed F5 Networks well in the application delivery controller market. Nevertheless, the volatile spending atmosphere and competition from Juniper Networks Inc. JNPR remain concerns.
Currently, F5 Networks has a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).
F5 Networks: Getting ‘Its Groove Back'
White commented that back in January, F5 Networks delivered a "soft" December quarter, which resulted in the market reaching for the "panic button."
On the other hand, F5 Networks' June print was "strong" with both revenue and earnings per share topping expectations, while the company also provided a "healthy" fourth quarter outlook. As such, the company's December print could be considered as a "speedbump" that occurred during an "exciting growth cycle" for the company.
Shares remain Buy rated with a price target raised to $150 from a previous $140.
S&P CAPITAL IQ MAINTAINS BUY OPINION ON F5 NETWORKS SHARES
7:35 am ET July 23, 2015 (S&P Capital IQ)
We keep our 12-month target price at $145 applying a forward P/E of 19.9X our FY 16 (Sep.) earnings estimate, below the 5-year historic average of 22.2X and a premium to the peer group that we support on FFIV's above-average revenue growth rate. We raised our FY 15 EPS estimate by $0.15 to $6.55 and keep FY 16's at $7.30. FFIV posts Jun-Q EPS of $1.67, vs. $1.39, $0.07 above the consensus from Capital IQ. With strong demand for its products, we see sales growth of 11% to 12% in both FY 15 and FY 16. We see high growth for software products driving revenues and widening margins.
This is the old FFIV I meant to say, it is trading in the lower 20's in PE and it will soon be in the 30's again at least.You do the math at least $130 ish tomorrow.