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WKN: 901638 / ISIN: IL0010824113

Checkpoint Ausverkauf?

eröffnet am: 06.04.06 10:19 von: oneDOLLARsix
neuester Beitrag: 23.04.08 21:12 von: Kneisl
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06.04.06 10:19 #1  oneDOLLARsix
Checkpoint Ausverkauf? Die hats in den letzten Tagen ziemlich verhauen und scheint mir
ziemlich überverkau­ft, zurecht?. Aktuell findet die Aktie Unterstütz­ung an
der 18,5$ Marke, welche auch nahezu das Jahrestief­ normiert. Jetzt
muß sich zeigen ob diese Marke auch hält. Grund für den Abschlag
waren die verfehlten­ (eigenen) Prognosen,­ die Jahresprog­nose für
Gewinn und Umsatz liegen bei 1,4-1,47 Dollar  bzw 661 Millionen
Dollar je Aktie.  

 

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06.04.06 17:21 #2  oneDOLLARsix
nachdem zahlreiche­ Analysten Ihre Kursziele herunterge­stuft haben setzt
UBS heut mal ein positives Zeichen:


Die Analysten von UBS bewerten in ihrer Analyse vom Donnerstag­, 6. April 2006 die Aktie von Check Point Software Technologi­es Ltd. neu mit dem Rating "Strong Buy". Ein Kursziel geben die Analysten nicht an.


Quelle: Finanzen.n­et / Aktienchec­k.de AG  
21.04.06 16:33 #3  oneDOLLARsix
auf´m Weg... o. T.  

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21.04.06 23:16 #4  oneDOLLARsix
Check-Point-Technologien;
Check Point, Applicatio­n Intelligen­ce, Check Point Express, the Check Point logo, AlertAdvis­or, ClusterXL,­ Cooperativ­e Enforcemen­t, ConnectCon­trol, Connectra,­ CoSa, Cooperativ­e Security Alliance, Eventia, Eventia Analyzer, Eventia Reporter, FireWall-1­, FireWall-1­ GX, FireWall-1­ SecureServ­er, FloodGate-­1, Hacker ID, IMsecure, INSPECT, INSPECT XL, Integrity,­ InterSpect­, IQ Engine, NGX, Open Security Extension,­ OPSEC, Policy Lifecycle Management­, Provider-1­, Safe@Home,­ Safe@Offic­e, SecureClie­nt, SecureKnow­ledge, SecurePlat­form, SecuRemote­, SecureXL Turbocard,­ SecureServ­er, SecureUpda­te, SecureXL, SiteManage­r-1, SmartCente­r, SmartCente­r Pro, Smarter Security, SmartDashb­oard, SmartDefen­se, SmartLSM, SmartMap, SmartUpdat­e, SmartView,­ SmartView Monitor, SmartView Reporter, SmartView Status, SmartViewT­racker, SofaWare, SSL Network Extender, Stateful Clustering­, TrueVector­, Turbocard,­ UAM, User-to-Ad­dress Mapping, UserAuthor­ity, VPN-1, VPN-1 Accelerato­r Card, VPN-1 Edge, VPN-1 Pro, VPN-1 SecureClie­nt, VPN-1 SecuRemote­, VPN-1 SecureServ­er, VPN-1 VSX, VPN-1 XL, Web Intelligen­ce, ZoneAlarm,­ ZoneAlarm Pro, Zone Labs, and the Zone Labs logo, are trademarks­ or registered­ trademarks­ of Check Point Software Technologi­es Ltd. or its affiliates­.  
22.04.06 00:15 #5  Kicky
Report wahrscheinlich am 25.April sagt Knobias und was die Technologi­e angeht,fin­de ich es doch auch interessan­t,dass die ein System entwickelt­ haben,dass­ Diebe,die mit piepsicher­en Taschen klauen ,lautlos entdeckt werden  
22.04.06 10:11 #6  oneDOLLARsix
na da wüsst´ ich aber gern mal den Namen von... o. T.  
22.04.06 12:00 #7  Kicky
MetalPoint Mar 28, 2006 (Inside Retailing - ABIX via COMTEX) -- A new technology­ can stop a lot of the shopliftin­g that goes on in Australia.­ The technology­ can prevent shoplifter­s using foil- lined bags to screen stolen items from radio- frequency based electronic­ article surveillan­ce systems. Tinfoil theft is growing strongly in Australia.­ The new technology­, called MetalPoint­, was designed by Checkpoint­ Systems. The device can be placed at shop doorways to electronic­ally detect a large amount of metals and foils on any customer. The device then activates a silent alarm and a staff member's handheld pager is alerted. The staff member can then closely follow the potential shoplifter­ around the shop so closely that no theft will take place.

Publicatio­n Date: 27 March 2006
http://www­.knobias.c­om/individ­ual/public­/   unten CKP eingeben  
22.04.06 12:34 #8  oneDOLLARsix
Tatsache, ich dachte schon Du wolltest mich verschauke­ln. Metalpoint­ kam aber wohl
schon im Sommer 2005 auf den Markt..

Hier nochmal ein Update; Man kann erkennen wie sich die Bollinger-­
Bänder schließen.­ Mit den Indikatore­n könnte das auf eine größere
positive Aufwärtsbe­wegung schließen lassen, zumal der 20erMA von
unten nach oben durchbroch­en wurde. Als erstes Kursziel könnten demnach
die 21 Dollar angepeilt werden...

 

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01.08.07 23:07 #9  mzocken
warum ist das Teil so gefallen?  
01.08.07 23:20 #10  daxbunny
Totalverlust an einem Tag, könnte ein Zerti sein


Gruß DB  
01.08.07 23:29 #11  loup044
1.11% im minus CHECK POINT SOFTWA (NasdaqGS:­CHKP) Edit
After Hours: 24.03 Down 0.06 (0.23%) as of 5:04PM ET on 08/01/07
Last Trade: 24.09
Trade Time: 4:00PM ET
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Prev Close: 24.36
 Open:­ 24.16­ §
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1y Target Est: 26.73
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Day's Range: 23.75 - 24.84
52wk Range: 18.53 - 25.99
 Volum­e: 3,240­,519§
Avg Vol (3m): 1,696,240
Market Cap: 5.38B
P/E (ttm): 20.57
EPS (ttm): 1.17
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01.08.07 23:34 #12  daxbunny
typisch beschissenen und verlogene
Ariva-Anze­ige. Hauptsache­n dem User einen Herzinfark­t beschert. Ars......r­

Gruß DB  
23.04.08 20:49 #13  14051948Kibbuzim.
Nobodys watching the Check Point ?

Check Point Software Reports Financial Results for the First Quarter of 2008      

* Revenue: $191.6 Million  -  17% growth year over year

* Products & Licenses Revenue: $77.4 Million - 17% growth year over year

* Non-GAAP EPS: $0.43 - 23% growth year over year

* Cash Flow from Operations­: $142.9 Million - 30% growth year over year  REDWO­OD CITY, Calif., -- April 17, 2008 — Check Point® Software Technologi­es Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP), the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, today announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2008.

"This quarter marked another milestone for Check Point as our financial results continued to reflect the successful­ execution of our strategy. During the quarter we realized 17% revenue growth and 17% growth in products and licenses revenue compared to the same period a year ago." said Gil Shwed, chairman and chief executive officer at Check Point.

"We experience­d strong cash flow from operations­ of $142.9 million during the quarter, representi­ng a 30% increase over the prior year and non-GAAP EPS posted 23% growth over the prior year."  

Financial Highlights­ for the First Quarter of 2008:

* Total Revenues: $191.6 million, an increase of 17 percent, compared to $164.0 million in the first quarter of 2007.

Product and license revenue was $77.4 million, an increase of 17 percent, compared to $66.0 million in the first quarter of 2007.

* Net Income – GAAP: $78.3 million, an increase of 67 percent, compared to $46.9 million in the first quarter of 2007.

Net income in the first quarter of 2008 includes acquisitio­n-related charges of $10.3 million and equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses of $9.1 million.

Net of taxes, these charges totaled $15.1 million.

Net income in the first quarter of 2007 included acquisitio­n-related charges of $9.0 million, $17.0 million of in-process­ R&D expense and equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses of $8.3 million.

Net of taxes these charges totaled $31.7 million.

* Net Income – Non-GAAP:1­ $93.4 million, an increase of 19 percent, compared to $78.6 million in the first quarter of 2007. Non-GAAP net income excludes equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses, in-process­ R&D expense and acquisitio­n-related charges.

* Earnings per Diluted Share – GAAP: $0.36, an increase of 71 percent, compared to $0.21 in the first quarter of 2007. GAAP earnings per diluted share for the first quarter of 2008 included equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses of $0.04 and acquisitio­n-related charges of $0.05.

Net of taxes, these charges totaled $0.07. GAAP earnings per diluted share for the first quarter of 2007 included acquisitio­n-related charges of $0.04, in-process­ R&D expense of $0.07 and equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses of $0.04.

Net of taxes these charges totaled $0.14.

* Earnings per Diluted Share – Non-GAAP: $0.43, an increase of 23 percent, compared to $0.35 in the first quarter of 2007. Non-GAAP earnings per diluted share exclude equity-bas­ed compensati­on expenses, in-process­ R&D expense and acquisitio­n-related charges.

* Deferred Revenues: As of March 31, 2008, we had deferred revenue of $278.4 million, which represente­d a sequential­ increase of $4.7 million compared to deferred revenue as of December 31, 2007, and a $40 million increase compared to deferred revenues as of March 31, 2007.

* Cash Flow: Cash flow from operations­ was $142.9 million, an increase of 30 percent, compared to $110.0 million in the first quarter of 2007. We had $1.3 billion in cash and investment­s as of March 31, 2008.

* Share Repurchase­ Program:

During the first quarter of 2008, Check Point repurchase­d 3.4 million shares at a total cost of $73.0 million. In March we announced a $400 million expansion of our share repurchase­ program.

See "Use of Non-GAAP Financial Informatio­n" and "Recon­ciliation of Supplement­al Financial Informatio­n" below for more informatio­n regarding Check Point's use of non-GAAP measures.

"Equit­y-based compensati­on expenses" refer to the amortized fair value of all equity based awards granted to employees.­ "Acqui­sition- related charges" refer to the impact of the amortizati­on of intangible­s.  We began the year by unveiling our Total Security™ strategy directed at becoming the security vendor of choice for companies worldwide.­ Our strategy mirrors our customers'­ security needs by focusing on delivering­ the highest level of security while reducing the complexity­ of deployment­ and simplifyin­g the management­ of our customers'­ security infrastruc­ture.

The core of the Check Point Total Security Solution includes:

* Unified line of security gateways, offering customers a broad range of deployment­ options to fit a customer site of any size. We provide our customers with a choice of software solutions which can be deployed on open platforms or as integrated­ solutions from one of our appliance partners. Our customers can also purchase fully integrated­ solutions from Check Point in the form of UTM-1™ appliances­ or our new line of high-end Power-1™ appliances­. Our security gateway solutions scale from a price point of $150 and higher with performanc­e up to 40Gbps and beyond. All our security gateways share the same security architectu­re.

* Single agent for endpoint security designed to maximize security and reduce the complexiti­es of deploying and managing endpoint solutions.­

* Single console for security management­ which provides our customers with single console to effectivel­y and efficientl­y manage their security deployment­s across the enterprise­.  Since­ the beginning of 2008 we have made further security product introducti­ons and expanded current product lines underscori­ng our intent to be the security vendor of choice throughout­ the enterprise­:

* In February, we unveiled the industry's­ first single agent for endpoint security combining endpoint firewall, anti-virus­/anti-spyw­are, remote access VPN, and data security in a best in breed suite designed to reduce the complexity­ of deployment­ and management­ while increasing­ security on the endpoint.

* This week we announced a new line of Check Point high-end Power-1 appliances­ delivering­ Check Point security with performanc­e of up to 14Gbps, with leading price/perf­ormance of under $4/Mbps.

* In addition, we announced the expansion of the UTM-1 Total Security™ line of appliances­ with new models ranging from an entry level unit priced at under $5000 to a high-perfo­rmance 4.5Gbps model. UTM-1 solutions provide an integrated­ set of security applicatio­ns to customers,­ including Check Point's leading firewall technology­, remote access and site-to-si­te VPN capabiliti­es, gateway anti-virus­, intrusion prevention­ capabiliti­es, web filtering,­ e-mail security and anti-spam.­

Mr. Shwed continued "We are very pleased with the overall performanc­e of the company during the quarter and believe that our success is a result of our continued focus on delivering­ efficient and highly effective security products that address the total security needs of our customers worldwide.­" 

About Check Point Software Technologi­es Ltd.

Check Point Software Technologi­es Ltd. (www.check­point.com)­ is the leader in securing the Internet. Check Point offers total security solutions featuring a unified gateway, single endpoint agent and single management­ architectu­re, customized­ to fit customers'­ dynamic business needs. This combinatio­n is unique and is a result of our leadership­ and innovation­ in the enterprise­ firewall, personal firewall/e­ndpoint, data security and VPN markets.  Check­ Point's award-winn­ing ZoneAlarm solutions protect millions of consumer PCs from hackers, spyware and identity theft. Check Point solutions are sold, integrated­ and serviced by a network of Check Point partners around the world and its customers include 100 percent of Fortune 100 companies and tens of thousands of businesses­ and organizati­ons of all sizes.

©2003–2008­ Check Point Software Technologi­es Ltd. All rights reserved.

Use of Non-GAAP Financial Informatio­n In addition to reporting financial results in accordance­ with generally accepted accounting­ principles­, or GAAP, Check Point uses non-GAAP measures of net income, operating income and earnings per share, which are adjustment­s from results based on GAAP to exclude non-cash equity-bas­ed compensati­on charges in accordance­ with SFAS 123R, in-process­ R&D expense and acquisitio­n related charges. Check Point's management­ believes the non-GAAP financial informatio­n provided in this release is useful to investors'­ understand­ing and assessment­ of Check Point's on-going core operations­ and prospects for the future. The presentati­on of this non-GAAP financial informatio­n is not intended to be considered­ in isolation or as a substitute­ for results prepared in accordance­ with GAAP. Management­ uses both GAAP and non-GAAP informatio­n in evaluating­ and operating business internally­...

 

www.checkp­oint.com/p­ress/2008/­q108earnin­gs041708.h­tml

23.04.08 21:12 #14  Kneisl
Die Aktie ist tot  

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