Goldman Sachs Bullish on Palo Alto Networks (PANW) by TechStockProspector


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									Robert DeFrancesco’s
August 14, 2012

Goldman Sachs Bullish on Palo Alto Networks (PANW)
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Goldman Sachs starts coverage of networking security vendor Palo Alto
Networks (PANW, $61.05) at ‘Buy’ with a price target of $78.

The firm is bullish based on the theory that Palo Alto is disrupting the $10-billion+
networking security market by replacing older technology with more-robust next
generation firewalls (NGFWs).

Goldman thinks investors are underestimating Palo Alto’s product differentiation
and growth sustainability.
However, Barclays is more cautious because of valuation, initiating coverage with an
‘Equal Weight’ rating and a price target of $58, saying the multiple is too rich even
though it expects meaningful revenue and margin upside from Palo Alto over the
medium term.

Palo Alto Networks came public last month at $42 a share and opened for trading at

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