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So, Ceragon a Believe the Bulls?



April 01, 2009 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: CRNT

Yay! The economy is back.... Stock Market is at least stabalized and things are making sense once again.

And I found my own personal signal that I need to go from "Extremely Bearish" to now "Bullish."

1)  Alstry is now thinking of becoming positive and optimistic about the future as long as restructuring of debt is in the cards for companys hurting like GM...

2) (CRNT) after projecting bad earnings for Q1 of this year also reiterated increased activity in North America.  In just 2 days after their Pre-Earnings Release Conference Call, the company issued a Press Release revealing a $6 million dollar purchase contract for their Microwave Networking Technology.

CERAGON is one of the companys whose share prices got hit hard and before any other company started to feel the recession hit.  So, I predict it will be a rocket ship in due time if this single press release truly spells a "bottom" for the company's sales revenue woahs.

Despite the Share price get slammed hard since Q4 2007 (in which the company had to exercise major share dillution), Motley Fool Caps All Stars have been keeping the stock solidly as a 5 Star Stock.  I think those All Stars are in for a CAPS Points Treat in the next few Quarters.

If you viewed a Verizon, Cingular, T-Mobile, Sprint calling map that showed how many bars you get based on where you are in America you would see that every single Cell Phone company has a large amount of room to grow..... CERAGON sells Microwave Networks that give you a more powerful signal to reach out to wider areas off of Smaller, cheaper Antennas.

This technology has caught the eye of a major network willing to fork over $6 million.  This is so BULLISH for (CRNT) that the share price has already, almost completely rebounded from the major sell off 2 days ago when the Pre-Earnings disappointment was revealed.  I fully expect this to trade above $5 a share before closing bell next week.

You see.. Other major network companys are going to know about this transaction and if they don't have Ceragon's technology and they want to cut expenses....They will see the long term benefits for spending the cash NOW to re-build themselves a more powerful, and more cheaper network.

It really only takes 1 Contract to start the rally of landing your next contract and your next...

4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 01, 2009 at 9:07 PM, Varchild2008 (84.20) wrote:

Forgot to disclose.... I own 201 shares of CRNT.

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#2) On April 02, 2009 at 7:13 PM, DemonDoug (31.17) wrote:

i think you should just take out a few billion dollar loan from the Fed and buy DPS, the greatest company and stock that has ever existed!

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#3) On April 02, 2009 at 8:24 PM, Varchild2008 (84.20) wrote:

Hah..Making fun of DPS pretty much makes no sense what-so-ever anymore.

DPS has

A) gained massive market share against Coca Cola and Pepsi

B) Beat Earnings Estimates for Q4 by 2 cents a share and guided above analyst expectations for the year

C) Is a full year ahead of schedule in paying down their debt.

D) Share price has rallied 7 bucks from the bottom and continues to do well.

Oh and

E)  I bought DPS, sold all my shares at $16.....Bought back in at $15.... Accumulated share count to 401 by buying all the way down to $12,

It is now $18 a share and continues to outperform HANS lately on a percentage basis!


F)  I have a huge profit now going on Dr. Pepper Snapple...

G) They are introducing the first STEVIA drink in ALL SPORT.  I don't think Hansen Natural BORE has a Stevia drink.

Stevia is going to revolutionize the beverage industry by getting rid of SUGAR which is the sole reason for carbonated beverage declines.

Hansen Natural Corp simply can't compete against Dr. Pepper Snapple Group because quite frankly they have exactly


Carbonated Beverages in their portfolio.   ZERO! 

Hansen profits off of Juices, Teas, and MONSTER,  MONSTER JAVA.

Hansen isn't diversified enough to outperform Dr. Pepper Snapple Group in the long term.  I think DPS has hit bottom and is now going to eventually trade in $30s.

DPS is my RETIREMENT stock and it is my favorite stock in my portfolio.

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#4) On April 02, 2009 at 8:26 PM, Varchild2008 (84.20) wrote:

The reason I sold DPS at $16 was that I was looking to buy a House at the time and DPS was the biggest portion of my portfolio...

When I found out how awfully bad the house was in a house inspection.. I went and re-bought into DPS.   I don't believe I took any kind of a loss in selling DPS and buying it back later.

Given that the price is at $18.... I definitely have a profit well over $1,000 riding in that stock.

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