Shlomi Cohen is a veteran Israeli financial journalist and stock analyst who writes the popular 'Buy, Sell, Hold' column for Israel's leading financial publication, Globes. He also manages a virtual portfolio on Globes. something that no analysts dare to do. In English he publishes in Seeking Alpha, an Israeli site.
He caused me to hold Orckit and Tsem, two Israeli electronics companies. No success but I am persisting. He is intelligent and convincing, and here is a quote:
On the subject of Israel Internet companies, this week I decided to take another look at what's happening at a company that exactly a decade ago was at its peak, VoIP inventor VocalTec Communications Ltd. (Nasdaq:VOCL). From a market cap of hundreds of millions of dollars under the person considered the father of the field, Dr. Elon Ganor, it has been through many twists and turns, including a merger with Tdsoft, and today it has a market cap of just $6.4 million, with not many people realizing that it has $11.4 million in the bank.