FireEye (FEYE) shares have surged 50% since their mid-February low, but are still down almost 70% since last summer. Daniel Beckerman, founder of Beckerman Institutional, said the cyber-security solutions provider is a steal due at this level due to its impressive organic growth. 'We like to strip back out the effects of acquisitions on revenue growth and even when we adjust for that, FireEye has still grown their revenue in the mid-double digits which is the envy of most publicly traded companies,' said Beckerman. Beckerman added that FireEye is used by over 200 of the top Fortune 500 companies, a nice seal of approval in a high profile space.
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