Technical Analysis on Red Hat and F5 Networks - Application Software Companies Look to Innovations and Partnerships in Difficult Times
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NEW YORK, NY, Nov 07 (Marketwire) -- The application software industry, which contains companies such as Red Hat and F5 Networks., has been up and down of late. Demand from some areas along with new products has helped drive sales. However, the struggling macro-economy has made significant gains a challenge. StBulls.com has initiated technical analysis on Red Hat Inc. (NYSE: RHT) and F5 Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV). These reports are free upon registration at http://www.stbulls.com/ www.StBulls.com enthuses to bring the best from the internet under one roof, providing you with a one click opportunity to view what the market and financial researchers globally have to say about any particular bellwether stocks in any given financial environment. We work with a number of financial professionals and a dedicated team of researchers that use their acute knowledge to help you manage your understanding of the market. To be part of this community please sign up at http://www.stbulls.com/ With technology moving forward in leaps and bounds, companies are working hard to stay ahead of the competition by offering new and improved products. Some have been focusing on the increasingly popular area of cloud computing, while others have been enhancing existing product suites to better meet evolving customer demands. Still others have been relying on partnerships and collaborations which could also improve sales moving forward. Read our technical analysis on Red Hat by clicking on http://www.stbulls.com/RedHatInc07112012.pdf On the earnings front, recent quarterly results have been inconsistent as uneven demand for products, services and subscriptions have led to some companies falling short. Overseas sales have helped some companies, though foreign markets have also been mixed in some cases. How companies perform during the 4th quarter of 2012 remains to be seen, but those with the newest, most in demand offerings could outperform their peers. Read our technical analysis on F5 Networks at http://www.stbulls.com/F5NetworksInc07112012.pdf About Street Bulls STREET BULLS is committed to provide the investor community with sharp and timely trading and investing advice. Our aim is to help our readers achieve above-average returns from the markets and create wealth for themselves. Our newsletters and trading advice will provide investors with the information they need for success in today's volatile markets. To view our disclaimer, use this link http://www.stbulls.com/disclaimer.html. Contact Person: Martin Peters Marketing Consultant email@example.com Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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