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Sep 08, 2008

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>Oh dear! What if nobody wants to buy PTC?
Most likely, the price will be lowered.

Martyn Day

Is it a good time to sell a company? PTC has managed to fight back from its own self-induced negative growth, now, with good stewardship it's back over a billion $, time to cash out? With the world economic outlook looking a bit bleak, any past performance is surely going to be negatively impacted moving forward.
It's true to say that investment firms have some cash still and need to find good companies but they are very cautious and low risk at the moment, not sure if Product design or PLM is that safe haven.

Natarajan Ramamoorthy

Here is another article on the same subject.

http://egsindia.blogspot.com/2008/09/cad-obsolescence-wither-proengineer.html

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