FireEye surges again following FBR PT hike

FBR has upped its FireEye (FEYE +5.5%) PT all the way to $85 from $48, and predicts the threat prevention hardware/software provider will gain significant share in the company years with the help of newly-acquired Mandiant.

Shares are once more close to their post-IPO high of $75.24. They jumped last week after William Blair launched coverage.

Q4 results are due on Feb. 11; FireEye raised its guidance for the quarter in tandem with the Manidant announcement.

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  • rakpunj
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    FEYE is the hottest security company right now. I can see $85 soon!


    FYI...Mandiant is spelled wrong.
    22 Jan 2014, 04:08 PM Reply Like
  • efar
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    FEYE is rallying on a hype. A company with negative EPS and negative Revenue to pop like this will decline exponentially. The Hedge funds will jump in to short and will plunge big time. Better lock your profit now and short at 74 to cover at 65-68.
    22 Jan 2014, 09:36 PM Reply Like
  • rakpunj
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    efar......don't worry you still didn't miss the bus to get in on FEYE. I'm not sure if you have any knowledge of IT Security but this is no ordinary signature based technology detection/protection company. What they do is unique....which I do not want to get technical on. But the point is.....don't focus ur attention on the financials for this company. There is IP that the company has that a very few competitors can go against. Good luck.


    I got in with $40....looking to sell around $85+.
    23 Jan 2014, 08:11 AM Reply Like
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