SolarWinds valuation 'very attractive' after selloff, says Jefferies Jefferies analyst John DiFucci points out shares of SolarWinds are down 18% since the company missed Q2 revenue expectations on July 16. The current valuation is "very attractive" and the company's cash flow will "persist at a high rate," DiFucci tells investors in a research note titled "Too Far a Fall." History shows SolarWinds outperforms in the second half of the year, he writes. DiFucci views the company's 2015 outlook as reasonable and his price target of $56 reflects 45% upside potential. He keeps a Buy rating on the software company.