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tommorow earnigs day.. What you all thinking?
Very interesting to see if they can beat expectations, especially on revenue. If they also give a positive outlook for Q4 we could see 20 soon!
No buyout news on the horizon but what vendor in cyber does not have Mr Softee as a large client.
Predicted $20 end of 2021
Appears it will get there after 3 Q ER reporting
outstanding PR move in the sea of red for small caps
Congrats to all holders
wow what a day! any news?
not liking this weak performance lately
Eating Fastly’s lunch.
The way it is going we may see $20 after 3Q ER
Thanks to management for excellent performance
Fortune is being made here for long investors, rain or shine
Microsoft spending $20B on cybersecurity! Cybersecurity is only to become one of the most key areas in future
50% increase by end of Q3 2022?
Approx $20 : over/under
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$14.16!!! NEW 52w high, next stop: ATH!
Wow, $14 soon!
Insane growth, hoping it corrects a bit for a bit of a healthier uptrend
A random perspective: I was a consulting software engineer for A10 — and my background includes CTO (i.e. technology business) roles as well.
I was extremely impressed with A10’s technology — its performance (for the price) and the adaptability of the architecture (i.e. ability to modify the base platform to address a broad array of customer problems). I was also impressed with the strength of the technical as well as business teams.
To this day, I feel it’s a matter of time before they become the de facto solution in one (or more) business niches.
Admittedly, the amount of time it has taken them to grow may be that this approach is a somewhat 2010-generation startup approach. What I mean, is that technology companies today more often hit the ground with a single niche product, and blitz the market with it (either to fail or succeed and branch out from there). A10 feels more like older-school Cisco-like company who scrambles to pivot to meet requirements of large (potential) customer segments. I don’t know that this is a disadvantage, but it doesn’t seem to meet the trajectory of investors today.
While I will disclose I have a couple thousand shares of vested stake, it is my objective opinion that A10 will continue to grow business/sales traction — ideally finding a niche where they can quickly accelerate growth. If I didn’t believe this, I could sell for a modest profit at any time.
Took my first position yesterday just below ten. Bullish looking at the revenue model: securing 5G networks, securing the Internet of Things and securing AI-connected technologies. Also, it’s a healthy company with no debt and a positive cash flow. Also feeling convenient with the CEO.
Taking 4% of my P and probably will take more position later
ATEN-Second Quarter 2021 Financial Summary
Revenue of $59.2 million, up 12.7% year-over-year. Improving commercial execution combined with favorable market conditions drove 20% growth in the Americas year-over-year; Japan normalized as expected. Deferred revenue of $116.3 million, up 10.8% year-over-year. GAAP gross margin of 77.0%; non-GAAP gross margin of 77.9% as the company navigated short-term input cost pressures. GAAP net income of $6.6 million, or $0.08 per diluted share, compared with net income of $3.8 million, or $0.05 per diluted share in the second quarter of 2020. Non-GAAP net income of $10.5 million, or $0.13 per diluted share compared with non-GAAP net income of $7.1 million, or $0.09 per diluted share in the second quarter of 2020. Adjusted EBITDA of $13.2 million compared to $9.8 million in the second quarter of 2020
Look everyone.... Growth is growth. They barely missed on estimated revenue, but EPS beat estimates, and they had a great year for revenue. Fact is they are a stronger company now than they were yesterday. It just wasn't as "fast" as some people wanted.
I am a value investor that has 75% of my portfolio in large cap dividend plays, but I have been recently nibbling at this stock. The reason is it is a small cap in a growth area with this years earnings at 20 PE and a rock solid balance sheet. Any earning growth beyond estimates is going to translate right to the stock price. This could be an easy 25-30% gain for 2021 if they execute the same earnings trend they have done the last 2 quarters.
Forward P/E of 21.61 in a GROWING industry AND it’s barely above $1B? How is this so undervalued…
Remind me of Rabbit and Tortoise race
$ATOS was up slowly but surely last three months rain or shine.
It will get to $20 before this year is over.
With it, no bad surprises along the way
Enjoy the ride, my friends
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