- Check Point's growth has slowed over the last several years. In the first half of 2014, revenue growth has slowed to 6.3%.
- Check Point's slow growth isn't the result of a tough economy but tougher competition. Several smaller vendors are beating and replacing Check Point's solutions.
- Check Point has struggled internationally and is partially attributing their struggles to the economy. Yet, two major competitors are performing very well in international markets.
- The recent rise in Check Point's stock has driven the stock into overvalued territory compared to peers.
- Check Point's slow growth, very competitive market environment, and overvalued stock make Check Point a poor investment.