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Red Hat Remains Aggressively Priced

After the close on Monday, Red Hat (RHT) announced Q2 earnings that met analyst estimates (assuming the removal of acquisition costs). The concerning part remains that earnings were flat year-over-year. Sure, the company is ramping up marketing and research expenses, but most stocks have a difficult time remaining at 40x multiples during those transitions.

The interesting part though is that the stock was only down 3% as of writing this article. After a decent rally this year, a normal stock would get hit harder off these weak numbers.

The company is a leading provider of open source software solutions, taking a community-powered approach to reliable and high-performing cloud, Linux, middleware, storage and virtualization technologies.

Read the full article at Seeking Alpha.

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