Shares of Israeli cellphone communications equipment maker Ceragon Networks got a double downgrade from analysts at Needham.
Needham analysts lowered their rating on the shares to underperform from buy, amid valuation concerns. The stock has rallied more than 120% year to date.
Needham analyst Alex Henderson says the firm "cannot justify the current valuation,". The analyst mentioned further that even a buyout would be unlikely to justify recent moves.
Ceragon shares climbed more than +30% on Tuesday, and has more than doubled over the past three trading days.
Ceragon gained 33% on Tuesday as ARK Israel Innovative Technology ETF (IZRL) added 44,380 shares of Ceragon, bringing its total holdings to nearly 856,000 shares( according to Bloomberg).