Fortinet, Inc. (NASDAQ:FTNT) attracting analysts when it go through a change of -0.11% in the current trading session to trade at $44.89. The company has a market cap of $7.98B.
Fortinet® (FTNT), the global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, recently introduced its FortiGate 6000F Series of Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW). The first in the series, the FortiGate 6000F incorporates a new hardware processing architecture that delivers the validated performance of a Fortinet chassis in a compact appliance form-factor to deliver advanced security for exponentially increasing enterprise traffic.
- The FortiGate 6000F series NGFWs are ideally suited for enterprise edge netoperates that precedingitize threat protection and encryption inspection throughput in a form-factor that enables high density, energy efficiency, and deployment simplicity.
- The FortiGate 6000F is built around Fortinet’s next-generation hardware architecture that combines discrete, multi-cpu processing cards that enable chassis-class performance, resilience, and capacity in a compact apppliance form factor.
- Delivers unparalleled processing power and speed to meet the security needs of enterprise edge traffic with industry-leading encrypted traffic inspection, threat protection and NGFW performance.
Enhance in Multi-Cloud Netoperates and Encrypted Traffic Requires Security Speed & Scale
Multi-cloud environments and the increasing use of IoT and mobile devices to access mission-critical applications are drastically increasing the volume of encrypted data on enterprise edge netoperates. The adoption of these technologies is also increasing bandwidth, throughput, and session capacity requirements that are driving enterprises to modernize their edge netoperates.
Additionally, the expanded digital attack surface and complex threat landscape is escalating the need for advanced security protections that can be applied with speed and scale across all connected devices. Security appliances need to be able to deliver the high performance required to protect encrypted traffic at the enterprise edge with a compact, modern interface that can seamlessly grow capacity in a smaller, efficient physical footprint.
The Next-Generation of FortiGate
Fortinet’s new F-series comprises the FortiGate 6300F and FortiGate 6500F, which are high-performance, compact and easy to manage NGFW appliances that are integrated within the Fortinet Security Fabric.
- Advanced Security Capabilities and Performance: The 6000F series are the industry’s fastest NGFW appliances, delivering advanced threat protection and SSL inspection performance to handle massive volumes of traffic at the network edge.
Looking at the stock’s movement on the chart, Fortinet, Inc. have shares float of 3.36%.
Technical traders may be staring at recent indicator levels on shares of Fortinet, Inc. (FTNT). Trading was heavy with 848,742 shares changing hands by the end of trading on Monday. Given that its average daily volume over the 30 days has been 1.50M shares a day, this signifies a pretty significant change over the norm.
FTNT Growth Evolution:
Fortinet, Inc. (NASDAQ:FTNT) has shown an EPS growth of -13.70% in the last 5 years and sales growth of 24.10% for the same year while for the next 5 years; the EPS growth estimates 22.00%.Along with this Sales growth yoy (quarter over quarter) was considered as 18.20%.
A statistical measure of the dispersion of returns (volatility) for FTNT producing salvation in Investors mouth, it has week volatility of 1.61% and for the month booked as 2.11%. Regardless of which metric you utilize, a firm understanding of the concept of volatility and how it is measured is essential to successful investing. A stock that maintains a relatively stable price has low volatility. When investing in a volatile security, the risk of success is increased just as much as the risk of failure.
Keeping an eyeball on Gross profit Margin, Net profit Margin & Operating Margin, the Gross profit margin of 74.30%; the net profit margin of 5.90% while its Operating margin was 7.80% for Fortinet, Inc. (FTNT). Operating margin and profit margin both measure the efficiency of a firm by comparing profits against costs at three different spots on an income statement. On their own, these margins do not tell much of a story, but they are very useful when compared to past periods or to competitor firms in the same industry.
Comparing Operating and Profit Margin
If there is a huge discrepancy between a company’s profit margin (particularly its gross margin) and its operating margin, it suggests that the company is more efficient in creating and selling its products, but perhaps less efficient in managing training, administration, research or other day-to-day business costs.
The return on assets (ROA) (aka return on total assets, return on average assets), is one of the most widely used profitability ratios because it is related to both profit margin and asset turnover, and shows the rate of return for both creditors and investors of the company. Return on assets is 3.70% and Return on equity (ROE) is 9.60% while it’s Return on Investment (ROI) of 3.80%.
Beta is also an important valuation ratio for analyzing the stock of the company, FTNT’s beta remains at 0.86. The Free Cash Flow or FCF margin is 19.97. For the most recent quarter, quick ratio was 1.70, current ratio was 1.80, LT Debt/Equity ratio was 0.00 and Total Debt/Equity ratio stands at 0.00, while Payout ratio is 0.00%.