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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.
Among other topics, it may be time to trim gold.
Stocks were slightly lower in midday trading Thursday as a series of weaker earnings from the likes of Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) pressured markets.
Nokia's misguided ideas include buying Alcatel and hoping to re-enter the mobile phone market.
Alcatel only recently began to recover from its '06 Lucent deal.
Nokia could buy Alcatel;JPMorgan, Wells Fargo to report earnings.
Comcast is trading lower because it has one, and PepsiCo is down because it doesn't.
Despite the market's lofty heights, a number of Dow names are poised to go even higher.
It will soon be flush with cash, but the company is far from out of the woods.
Stocks started Tuesday lower as traders wait for the budget conflict to be resolved and the start of 3rd quarter earnings season.
TheStreet looks at companies set to report earnings, stocks making moves on M&A and one company that got a big boost from Carl Icahn.
Dan Fitzpatrick, founder of StockMarketMentor.com, details three stocks Jim Cramer discussed on CNBC's "Mad Money" and how to trade them.
There are a number of ways to play this trend -- and it's not too late to buy in.