Growth stocks have a relationship with Wall Street not unlike that between mobsters and their "clients" - namely, "give us the growth … or else." Unfortunately for BroadSoft (BSFT) investors, the company had little choice but to go with "or else" with its guidance for 2013. As revenue growth appears to be flattening, the biggest question now is whether it's a pause or the warning sign that the BroadSoft growth story isn't what investors thought it was. While I'm inclined to believe that this is a pause and not a stop, investors need to appreciate the above-average risk and volatility in this name.
The Past Quarter Isn't The Problem
BroadSoft isn't getting smacked around because of what it...
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