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Low-risk entry presents itself as the struggling stock tries to regain its footing.
The networking giant is forecasting limited sales and earnings growth for the next few years, as hardware pressures offset software and services growth.
The charts and a quantitative downgrade point to lower prices in the weeks ahead.
Leaving behind a poor year, this company is ready to recover.
The search giant wants to help carriers adopt technologies that make it easier to replace proprietary hardware with commodity servers and switches.
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Cisco's shareholder meeting on Monday.
These former tech darlings are seeing a serious revival.
Both private equity firms and tech companies have shown a willingness to make 10-figure enterprise acquisitions. The fervor appears far from over.
Investor enthusiasm for many security tech stocks has died down since last year. While earnings season could bring more volatility, some contrarian plays arguably exist.
For a variety of reasons, many of Juniper's peers are unlikely to bid for the company. But if its size isn't an issue, private equity firms could show interest.
There are still upside challenges ahead, but today's powerful breakout is very bullish.
Fiber-optics maker's shares are up some 270% since May's IPO.
Investors should keep expectations low when Juniper Networks reports second quarter 2016 earnings on Tuesday because Cisco is a dominant force in the sector.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Jim Cramer says shares of Cisco Systems are inexpensive and have a four percent yield.
This is my most important take of the week: "Growth isn't growing"-- at least relative to expectations. Examples of this include Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL), EMC (EMC), IBM (IBM), Intel (INTC), Juniper Networks (JNPR), Microsoft (MSFT), Netflix (NFLX), Q...
CSCO only rose after management announced a dividend hike and share buyback.
They just don't have the firepower or selling power to bring stocks down as buyers refuse to play ball with the pessimists.
Stocks spiked by late morning as hopes grew OPEC members could agree on a production freeze when they meet in Qatar this weekend.
CSCO is trading down on JNPR's disappointing 1Q guidance, but Cisco's mix shift to high-growth, high-margin areas protects it from short-term weakness.