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Palo-Alto Configuration study tips - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/ACE Search results Palo-Alto Configuration study tips - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/ACE https://killexams.com/exam_list/Palo-Alto This Is What Whales Are Betting On Palo Alto Networks

A whale with a lot of money to spend has taken a noticeably bullish stance on Palo Alto Networks.

Looking at options history for Palo Alto Networks PANW we detected 16 strange trades.

If we consider the specifics of each trade, it is accurate to state that 56% of the investors opened trades with bullish expectations and 43% with bearish.

From the overall spotted trades, 2 are puts, for a total amount of $141,214 and 14, calls, for a total amount of $863,512.

What's The Price Target?

Taking into account the Volume and Open Interest on these contracts, it appears that whales have been targeting a price range from $165.0 to $250.0 for Palo Alto Networks over the last 3 months.

Volume & Open Interest Development

In terms of liquidity and interest, the mean open interest for Palo Alto Networks options trades today is 821.0 with a total volume of 551.00.

In the following chart, we are able to follow the development of volume and open interest of call and put options for Palo Alto Networks's big money trades within a strike price range of $165.0 to $250.0 over the last 30 days.

Palo Alto Networks Option Volume And Open Interest Over Last 30 Days

Biggest Options Spotted:

Symbol PUT/CALL Trade Type Sentiment Exp. Date Strike Price Total Trade Price Open Interest Volume
PANW CALL SWEEP BULLISH 01/19/24 $220.00 $132.0K 1.3K 100
PANW CALL SWEEP NEUTRAL 06/21/24 $195.00 $122.4K 1.4K 25
PANW PUT TRADE BULLISH 01/17/25 $193.33 $106.5K 278 40
PANW CALL TRADE BULLISH 06/02/23 $187.50 $101.3K 145 0
PANW CALL SWEEP BULLISH 01/17/25 $250.00 $99.7K 36 30

Where Is Palo Alto Networks Standing Right Now?

  • With a volume of 879,411, the price of PANW is up 3.29% at $218.66.
  • RSI indicators hint that the underlying stock may be overbought.
  • Next earnings are expected to be released in 83 days.

What The Experts Say On Palo Alto Networks:

  • Credit Suisse has decided to maintain their Outperform rating on Palo Alto Networks, which currently sits at a price target of $260.
  • Stifel has decided to maintain their Buy rating on Palo Alto Networks, which currently sits at a price target of $240.
  • Wells Fargo has decided to maintain their Overweight rating on Palo Alto Networks, which currently sits at a price target of $265.
  • Rosenblatt downgraded its action to Buy with a price target of $250
  • Wedbush has decided to maintain their Outperform rating on Palo Alto Networks, which currently sits at a price target of $225.

Options are a riskier asset compared to just trading the stock, but they have higher profit potential. Serious options traders manage this risk by educating themselves daily, scaling in and out of trades, following more than one indicator, and following the markets closely.

If you want to stay updated on the latest options trades for Palo Alto Networks, Benzinga Pro gives you real-time options trades alerts.

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Up 50% in 2023, Is Palo Alto Networks Stock Still a Buy Now? No result found, try new keyword!After yet another exceptional financial update, shares of Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW) are up a whopping 50% so far in 2023. The cybersecurity pure-play leader has some lofty goals and keeps ... Tue, 30 May 2023 21:42:00 -0500 text/html https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/up-50-in-2023-is-palo-alto-networks-stock-still-a-buy-now Palo Alto Networks Shares Surge As It Joins S&P 500: Who Is It Replacing? © Provided by Benzinga

Shares of Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ:PANW) climbed nearly 5% in Monday’s pre-market session following a Friday announcement from S&P Dow Jones Indices indicating that the cybersecurity firm is joining the S&P 500 (NYSE:SPY).

What Happened: The Santa Clara, California-based company will replace DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) in the broad market index.

Dish will move to the S&P SmallCap 600, replacing Cutera, Inc (NASDAQ:CUTR).

The reshuffling will take effect prior to the opening bell on June 20, corresponding with the quarterly rebalance of the indices, S&P said. The goal is to ensure that each index accurately reflects its respective market capitalization range.

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Palo Alto Networks’ move comes as the company’s shares are ebbing around all-time highs.

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The announcement also affects a range of companies across the S&P MidCap 400 and S&P SmallCap 600.

A group of companies — Doximity Inc (NYSE:DOCS), Berry Global Group Inc (NYSE:BERY), and Planet Fitness Inc (NYSE:PLNT) — will join the S&P MidCap 400.

In the S&P SmallCap 600, new entrants include Artisan Partners Asset Management Inc (NYSE:APAM), CarGurus Inc (NASDAQ:CARG), and Schrodinger Inc (NADSAQ: SDGR).

Other companies affected by the reshuffle, like Doximity and Planet Fitness, also saw shares move to the upside on Monday.

PANW Price Action: Shares of Palo Alto Networks are trading 4.71% higher to $227.50, according to data from Benzinga Pro.

Read next: Apple Investors Less Interested In AR/VR Headset Compared To This, Says Top Analyst Ahead Of WWDC 2023

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Is It Too Late to Buy Palo Alto Networks Stock?

Heading into the company's latest earnings update, Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian had Palo Alto Networks (PANW 4.40%) stock rated as a buy. Tune in to find out if that recommendation changed.

*Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 26, 2023. The video was published on May 28, 2023.

Parkev Tatevosian, CFA has positions in Palo Alto Networks. The Motley Fool has positions in and recommends Palo Alto Networks. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

Parkev Tatevosian is an affiliate of The Motley Fool and may be compensated for promoting its services. If you choose to subscribe through fool.com/parkev, he will earn some extra money that supports his channel. His opinions remain his own and are unaffected by The Motley Fool.

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The 10 most expensive reported home sales in Palo Alto the week of May 15

A house in Palo Alto that sold for $6.2 million tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Palo Alto in the past week.

In total, 13 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $3.7 million. The average price per square foot ended up at $1,852.

The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded during the week of May 15 even if the property may have been sold earlier.

10. $2.9 million, single-family home in the 800 block of Meadow Drive

The 1,389 square-foot single-family residence in the 800 block of Meadow Drive in Palo Alto has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in May and the total purchase price was $2,850,000, $2,052 per square foot. The house was built in 1956. The house features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

East Meadow Drive
East Meadow Drive

9. $2.9 million, single-family residence in the 900 block of Hutchinson Avenue

The property in the 900 block of Hutchinson Avenue in Palo Alto has new owners. The price was $2,850,000. The house was built in 1948 and has a living area of 1,315 square feet. The price per square foot is $2,167. The house features three bedrooms and one bathrooms.

Hutchinson Avenue
Hutchinson Avenue

8. $3.1 million, detached house in the 1100 block of Webster Street

The sale of the single family residence in the 1100 block of Webster Street in Palo Alto has been finalized. The price was $3,120,000, and the new owners took over the house in May. The house was built in 1924 and has a living area of 1,207 square feet. The price per square foot was $2,585. The house features three bedrooms and one bathrooms.

Webster Street
Webster Street

7. $3.3 million, single-family house in the 900 block of Van Auken Circle

The sale of the single-family home in the 900 block of Van Auken Circle, Palo Alto, has been finalized. The price was $3,300,000, and the house changed hands in May. The house was built in 1951 and has a living area of 1,688 square feet. The price per square foot was $1,955. The house features six bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Van Auken Circle
Van Auken Circle

6. $3.8 million, detached house in the 100 block of Lois Lane

The 2,069 square-foot detached house in the 100 block of Lois Lane, Palo Alto, has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in May and the total purchase price was $3,820,000, $1,846 per square foot. The house was built in 1951. The house features three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Lois Lane
Lois Lane

5. $3.9 million, single-family home in the 800 block of Seale Avenue

The property in the 800 block of Seale Avenue in Palo Alto has new owners. The price was $3,900,000. The house was built in 1950 and has a living area of 2,611 square feet. The price per square foot is $1,494. The house features three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Seale Avenue
Seale Avenue

4. $4.7 million, single-family residence in the 100 block of California Avenue

A sale has been finalized for the single-family house in the 100 block of California Avenue in Palo Alto. The price was $4,700,000 and the new owners took over the house in May. The house was built in 1930 and the living area totals 1,930 square feet. The price per square foot ended up at $2,435. The house features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

North California Avenue
North California Avenue

3. $5.5 million, single-family house in the 800 block of Seale Avenue

The 3,141 square-foot single-family home in the 800 block of Seale Avenue in Palo Alto has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in May and the total purchase price was $5,475,000, $1,743 per square foot. The house was built in 1949. The house features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Seale Avenue
Seale Avenue

2. $6.2 million, single-family residence in the 800 block of Boyce Avenue

The sale of the single family residence in the 800 block of Boyce Avenue in Palo Alto has been finalized. The price was $6,225,000, and the new owners took over the house in May. The house was built in 2000 and has a living area of 3,496 square feet. The price per square foot was $1,781. The house features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Boyce Avenue
Boyce Avenue

1. $6.2 million, detached house in the 900 block of Mockingbird Lane

The property in the 900 block of Mockingbird Lane in Palo Alto has new owners. The price was $6,235,000. The house was built in 1974 and has a living area of 2,820 square feet. The price per square foot is $2,211. The house features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Mockingbird Lane
Mockingbird Lane
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New bike tunnels eyed as part of Palo Alto's ambitious rail redesign

While Palo Alto's decisions about how to reconfigure its rail crossings are still months if not years in the future, the City Council is nonetheless queuing up plans to build underpasses for pedestrians and bicyclists first so that they'll be able to cross under the tracks even as work progresses on the ambitious roadway-redesign projects.

The ultimate goal of Palo Alto's grade separation effort is clear — rebuild the rail crossings so that tracks and roads would no longer intersect — but the exact locations, configurations and scopes the new road and bike amenities are still being hashed out, subject to community input, council review and approval from Caltrain, which owns the tracks.

This week, two options, one for Churchill Avenue and one for Meadow Drive and Charleston Road, appear to be pulling ahead. In both cases, the designs call for leaving the railroad tracks in their existing locations and building new underpasses for cars, bicycles and pedestrians under the tracks. Both are also relatively accurate options that were pitched by local residents and that are now being further refined by staff and consultants. And the council is looking in both cases at starting with the bike/pedestrian underpasses.

"We've come to recognize there's a good chance we'd want to go with a bike and pedestrian crossing here, and perhaps down south, preceding the vehicular crossing," committee Chair Pat Burt said during a Tuesday, May 23, discussion of the Churchill Avenue grade crossing. "So that it's in place so that bikes and pedestrians continue to have full access when we do vehicular construction."

The new bike underpasses will also be explored as part of the city's update to its Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan, which is set to kick off later this year and take about 18 months to complete, according to Chief Transportation Official Philip Kamhi.

Over the past several years, the city has entertained as many as 30 design concepts for its rail crossings. But finally, the city's vision for what the new roadways and bikeways may look like is starting to become less abstract and more concrete.

One idea that picked up momentum at the council Rail Committee's meeting on Tuesday is construction of a bike underpass at Seale Avenue as part of a "partial underpass" that the city is envisioning for Churchill. The council last year chose the Churchill underpass, which submerges Churchill west of the tracks and allows cars to turn onto Alma Street, over two other previously considered options: a soaring viaduct and the complete closure of Churchill to cars west of the tracks (the closure remains a backup option, should the underpass prove to be infeasible).

To retain access for bicyclists and pedestrians looking to cross the tracks during the construction period, the city is now looking at building a bike tunnel that would stretch along Seale and end at Peers Park. The east ramp for the bike tunnel would begin on Seale about 215 feet east of Alma. The underpass would then terminate in a location next to the Peers Park's tennis courts. The city still needs to figure out ways to connect the ramp to Park Boulevard, the main bicycle route in the area south of Paly.

The idea for the Seale bike path picked up steam this week when the Rail Committee unanimously agreed that this alternative is superior to another previously considered option: a bike underpass at Kellogg Avenue. The Kellogg option, which staff has been analyzing for well over a year, is now on the verge of being scrapped after staff and consultants determined that it would be far more complex to construct because of its location next to the Palo Alto High football field. The western portion of Kellogg ramp would effectively cut into the space currently occupied by bleachers on the field.

After hearing presentations on the two options, all three committee members agreed that Seale is by far the better choice, notwithstanding unanswered questions about how the path would connect to existing roads west of the tracks.

"There's a lot more flexibility with this than with the Kellogg (underpass) but also with that flexibility there's not the path right there that you'd connect to," Kamhi said. "You'd really want to get over to Park."

How south Palo Alto plan is shaping up

A different debate is occurring in south Palo Alto, where the council is plotting new bike and pedestrian paths near the Meadow and Charleston crossings, which are being evaluated in tandem. The plan that city is currently considering envisions a single two-way bike underpass on the south side of Meadow and another one on the north side of Charleston.

The city had also considered another alternative — building bikeways on both sides of Meadow and Charleston — though that option now looks unlikely to move forward. A new study by Hexagon Transportation Consultants, the city's consultant for grade separation, concluded that this alternative "would not be able to adequately accommodate existing or future vehicle traffic."

Gary Black of Hexagon told the committee Tuesday that from a traffic-flow standpoint, building two bike paths on either side of Meadow and Charleston would create massive delays. That's because the bike improvements would require the city to prohibit various vehicular turns at the intersections of the two streets with Alma. These include the southbound off-ramp and northbound on-ramps on Alma at East Meadow and the southbound on-ramp on Alma at Charleston.

These changes, according to Hexagon's model, would push more traffic on to Charleston because cars on Meadow that would otherwise turn on Alma would now take Charleston to make the turn.

Furthermore, traffic going east on Charleston would no longer be able to turn left onto Alma to turn north. Rather, cars would need to cross Alma, make a U-turn at a roundabout and then make a right turn at the Alma and Charleston.

"The resulting increase in traffic on the connecting ramps on Charleston would just completely overwhelm the capacity of this design," Black said.

The underpasses at Charleston and Meadow constitute one of three alternatives that the city is still considering for grade separation in south Palo Alto. Other options that remain in the mix are a trench and a "hybrid" design that includes raising the tracks and lowering roads.

The trench alternative, while popular among many residents, is by far the most expensive option on the table, with an estimated price tag of about $950 million. It would also require the city to obtain permission from various regulatory agencies to divert Adobe and Barron creeks and from Caltrain to build the trench at 2% grade (Caltrain's preferred maximum grade is 1%).

The hybrid option is estimated to cost about $230 million, though some of its design elements — namely elevation of trains — has made it less palatable to residents in neighborhoods near the tracks.

The Rail Committee, which consists of Burt and council members Ed Lauing and Vicki Veenker, discussed the refined plans for the underpasses near Churchill, Meadow and Charleston and unanimously agreed to forward them to Caltrain for review. The committee also voted to favor the Seale bike and pedestrian crossing over the Kellogg one and supported adding a 4-foot-tall landscaped buffer zone between the sidewalk and Alma near Churchill. And given Hexagon's accurate findings, members opted not to change the single-path configurations of the bike and pedestrian underpasses at the southernmost rail crossings.

Will construction be at 'a date uncertain'?

Even as Palo Alto continues to chisel away at the details in each of the city's grade-separation alternatives, it remains unclear when construction on the colossal project would actually kick off, how much it would cost and how long it would take.

Funding remains a big question mark. While the passage of Measure B in 2020 is expected to bring about $350 million to Palo Alto for construction, this is unlikely to cover grade separations at all four of the city's rail crossing.

Furthermore, the council has yet to kick off the planning process for its northernmost crossing at Palo Alto Avenue, choosing to lump it in with a broader downtown study that is not expected to start at least for another year.

That said, the city is hoping that its newly developed concepts will bring it closer to its ultimate goal of separating tracks from all city streets. Doing so is essential to accommodating more frequent Caltrain service that would result from the agency's current electrification project, and potentially, California high-speed rail service.

To further this effort, the council unanimously approved on May 22 a service agreement with Caltrain that would enable the transit agency to review Palo Alto's plans as they are being developed and ensure that they comply with Caltrain's regulations and design standards.

The agreement, which requires Palo Alto to pay $106,677 to Caltrain, is the first of what is expected to be a series of deals between the city and the agency as they work to refine plans for grade separation. The new service agreement would terminate at the end of 2024, after which time the city and the agency would likely enter into a new contract for collaboration on design reviews, budget development and requests for proposals for advancing the project, according to the agreement.

"It is assumed by the parties that the City of Palo Alto and Caltrain will collaboratively develop future scopes of work to reach consensus on the work needed to advance the project to the next phase," the service agreement states.

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The property located in the 2400 block of Ross Road in Palo Alto was sold on May 1, 2023 for $2,272,500, or $1,607 per square foot. The house, built in 1947, has an interior space of 1,414 square feet. The property features three bedrooms, one bathroom, and a garage, as well as a pool in the backyard and one parking space. The unit sits on a 6,954-square-foot lot.

These nearby houses have also recently been purchased:

  • On Oregon Avenue, Palo Alto, in December 2022, a 1,160-square-foot home was sold for $2,112,500, a price per square foot of $1,821. The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
  • A 1,576-square-foot home on the 2500 block of Ross Road in Palo Alto sold in November 2022, for $3,160,000, a price per square foot of $2,005. The home has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
  • In July 2022, a 1,868-square-foot home on Warren Way in Palo Alto sold for $3,160,000, a price per square foot of $1,692. The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
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Up 50% in 2023, Is Palo Alto Networks Stock Still a Buy Now?

After yet another exceptional financial update, shares of Palo Alto Networks (PANW 4.40%) are up a whopping 50% so far in 2023. The cybersecurity pure-play leader has some lofty goals and keeps meeting and exceeding them, as industries of all kinds are in need of PANW's software. 

Nevertheless, with the stock price rising rapidly as of late, shares are fetching an increasingly "expensive" premium. Is it too late to buy Palo Alto Networks stock now? 

Cybersecurity soars past recession fears

As was the case late last year, the story in 2023 remains one of slowing economic growth and fears of recession. Resources, particularly of the financial variety, are being conserved by many businesses in anticipation of tough times. But cybersecurity remains in high-growth mode. 

Palo Alto Networks just proved it. Third quarter fiscal 2023 (the three months ended in April) revenue increased 24% year over year to $1.7 billion, driven once again by its "next-gen" software-based security offerings. With three-quarters of the current fiscal year down, Palo Alto has reported revenue growth of 25% to $4.9 billion.  

This builds on an impressive run that started even before the pandemic-fueled boom, as organizations began migrating en masse to cloud computing and adopting new security tools along the way. 

Palo Alto Networks Fiscal Year

Revenue

YoY Growth Rate

2019

$2.9 billion

28%

2020

$3.41 billion

18%

2021

$4.26 billion

25%

2022

$5.5 billion

29%

2023 Year-to-Date

$4.94 billion

25%

Data source: Palo Alto Networks.

Clearly, cybersecurity has been a secular growth trend, and PANW has been helping lead the charge higher. It remains far and away the top dog in this space, beating Fortinet and Crowdstrike Holdings in terms of total revenue and market cap. 

PANW Revenue (TTM) Chart

Data by YCharts.

How long can Palo Alto Networks sustain growth?

The question now becomes a matter of how long can PANW sustain its rate of expansion? It's already a big business -- can it really keep growing at a north-of-20% revenue clip?

Perhaps it can. Tech-titan Microsoft revealed earlier this year it generated $20 billion in annualized cybersecurity sales, double the amount in 2020.

Of course, Microsoft has the benefit of distribution, with Windows installed on billions of devices around the world. Its cloud infrastructure service Azure also is one of the largest around.

But Palo Alto Networks is more than holding its own. The company reported a 38% increase in deferred revenue (money collected for services that have yet to be provided) to $8.1 billion. This helps underpin management's guidance for 25% to 27% year-over-year growth in the final quarter of fiscal 2023 and could be an indication of momentum carryover into 2024.

Key to its growth are the numerous software-based offerings (lumped into the "next-gen security" tag) that PANW has. Customers are looking for simplicity and asset-light services they can pay for over time. With its software offerings still growing at a blistering pace (annualized revenue grew 60% last quarter), Palo Alto Networks looks like it will remain a high-growth player in cybersecurity for the foreseeable future.

A chart showing total revenue growth of 25% last quarter, driven by annualized next-gen security growth of 60%.

Image source: Palo Alto Networks.

Is the stock a buy?

After the accurate run-up in stock price, Palo Alto Networks trades for 25 times trailing-12-month free cash flow. Employee stock-based compensation remains high ($871 million so far this fiscal year) but is decreasing as a percentage of revenue. Share repurchases to offset stock-based compensation were on hold this last quarter.

Also of note, the balance sheet is about to look a bit different. In July, half of PANW's convertible debt of $3.68 billion will be paid off with cash and equivalents on balance, with the balance paid off in issuance of new shares (which has already been accounted for in guidance). Once this event is complete, this will be a debt-free company. PANW had nearly $4 billion in cash and short-term investments on balance at the end of April and another $2.7 billion in long-term investments.

This cybersecurity leader still looks reasonably priced on a free-cash-flow basis, though it isn't the value it was at the start of this year. I'm not adding to my existing position at this juncture, given the blistering pace of the share-price appreciation this year. However, this remains a company you should keep tabs on if you think the cybersecurity market will remain in high-growth mode in the years ahead.

Nicholas Rossolillo and his clients have positions in CrowdStrike, Fortinet, and Palo Alto Networks. The Motley Fool has positions in and recommends CrowdStrike, Fortinet, Microsoft, and Palo Alto Networks. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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