CommVault (CVLT) Shares Hit New High, Gain 56% YTD by TechStockProspector


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November 26, 2012

CommVault (CVLT) Shares Hit New High, Gain 56% YTD
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Shares of CommVault Systems CVLT, $67.03), a provider of data storage
management software, today rose 5.8% on double the average daily trading volume.
The stock hit a new 52-week high at $67.69 and the market cap topped $3 billion.

For the year, CommVault shares have gained 56.9%.

CommVault was often mentioned in the past as a potential takeover target. Given
the strong performance this year, shareholders are probably quite happy that
management decided to stay independent.
Vanguard Group is the #1 shareholder, with 2.77 million shares. Wells Fargo’s
position of 2.1 million shares (including 949,178 shares purchased in Q3) puts it in
second place.

With the sharp gain this year, CommVault shares are not cheap: The stock trades at
50 times the fiscal 2013 (March) consensus EPS estimate of $1.32, while the forward
price-to-sales ratio is lofty at 6.3.


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