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post #21 of 46
rht just took cit's spot in the s&p 500. interesting. good pop afterhours.
post #22 of 46
woe nice pop.
post #23 of 46
New Constructs currently has RHT on its monthly list of "most dangerous stocks," on the basis of profitability, earnings and valuation that Trainer considers to be out of whack. New Constructs sifts through balance sheets, looking at footnotes and other items to determine true economic earnings

And in what many have called a traders' rally -- where leading stocks haven't necessarily had the strongest financials -- there's always the worry of how much a change in the tides can hurt. With RHT trading at more than twice the market's P/E ratio, you have to be concerned that the stock will take a dunking if the tide were to run against it.

Said Wilsey: "The numbers say Red Hat is way too expensive, that you are paying way too much right now. That doesn't mean it's going to drop like a stone -- in fact, someone selling now could be getting out early -- but it means that there are companies out there that are good buys in this market, that are priced reasonably and have solid growth potential. Right now, Red Hat isn't one of them."

I guess someone forgot to read this
post #24 of 46
This is acting very well today.
post #25 of 46

Red Hat to host a press conference

Management holds a press conference to make a technology announcement on November 10 at 2 pm

http://www.redhat.com/promo/webcast2...0000000SwK9AAK


I hope its good news for my calls . The stock is currently just off its 52 wk high of $43.59
post #26 of 46
bump for earnings tomorrow - after the close - anyone playing it?
post #27 of 46
Watching this here. Tight bollies, but could break either way. Latest earnings were good, but that doesn't always mean it will go up
post #28 of 46
taking part in todays sell off ...lol
post #29 of 46
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Originally Posted by kevin1612 View Post

taking part in todays sell off ...lol



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post #30 of 46
Red Hat (RHT) Drops 8.5% on Disappointing Billings Growth, Sees 3x Normal Options Volume
2 hours 9 minutes ago - FreshBrewedMedia via Comtex


Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) opened at $42.95. So far today, the stock has hit a low of $41.71 and a high of $44.55. RHT is now trading at $42.13, down $3.92 (-8.51%). The stock hit its 52-Week high of $53.42 in November and set its 52-Week low of $31.77 in August. The company reported Q3 earnings last night of 28 cents per share, which was above the 26 cents that analysts were expecting to see, but the stock is selling off due to the company reporting that organic billings growth was 23% year over year, which is below previous quarters. We have seen 3x the average daily volume of option contracts traded so far today, with 60% of all contracts being puts. Technical indicators for the stock are neutral and S&P gives RHT a neutral 3 STARS (out of 5) hold ranking. We will just watch this one for now. There are no hedged trades we like the look of for RHT.
post #31 of 46
getting hit real hard the past couple days
post #32 of 46
38-40 looks tempting but not falling for it lol mayb see at 32-34 wink.gif


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post #33 of 46

this one had a nice day

chart.ashx?t=RHT&ty=c&ta=1&p=d&s=l

post #34 of 46
indeed...cherry on top of nice fill and comeback after a tough month...being creful with these levels...got to my initial target of 38-40 but staying away here in the 46-48 range to see how it deals with recent run


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post #35 of 46

yeah, basically made the gap fill....looks like vol picking up as well though, so it could run after a decent pullback......

 

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Originally Posted by kevin1612 View Post

indeed...cherry on top of nice fill and comeback after a tough month...being creful with these levels...got to my initial target of 38-40 but staying away here in the 46-48 range to see how it deals with recent run
 


 

post #36 of 46

wow

post #37 of 46

Online trade

 

RHT

 

Short 53.80 Stop 54.01 Take 52 ))
 

post #38 of 46
Thread Starter 

Red Hat (RHT) was downgraded at BMO Capital Markets to market perform from outperform. $54 price target. Stock is up 15% in May, even though business is decelerating, BMO Capital said.

post #39 of 46
bump

post #40 of 46

i was up 2000 by shorting it, but now only up 700 and covered. This pisses me off! :mad:

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