Cisco Systems (CSCO)
$40.64 0.79 (1.91%)
19:58 EDT CSCO Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $40.64
Market Cap 191.13B
PE Ratio -145.14
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 30.37M
Day's Range 40.59 - 42.74
52-Week Range 32.40 - 58.26
Dividend & Yield 1.28 (3.15%)
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At this point, any stable dividend play is going to be attractive. However, Cisco stock rises above the competition in that the underlying company can market its valuable and relevant services organically.
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The stimulus bill is not likely to trigger an immediate and sustainable rally, but it should help the major indices find support.
The market has snapped back in a very big way, but to avoid all-too-common traps investors should focus on well-positioned stocks to buy in the days ahead.
Few companies have been spared in the massacre of the markets. Nevertheless, Cisco stock may offer longer-term upside thanks to its underlying viable businesses.
Cisco stock has weathered the market turbulence better than many tech stocks, helped by the popularity of its WebEx virtual meeting software.
Networking stocks are on the rise, as employees are forced to work from home. Here are three names that should thrive even after the crisis.
Cisco is going through a soft patch right now. That temporary weakness has created a great opportunity for long-term investors.
The tech maker's lack of growth has taken Cisco stock down, raising its yield to 3.6%, and that yield is backed by earnings.
Trading near a 52-week low, there's no question it deserves a look from value-oriented investors.
Fiscal Q2 results sent Cisco stock tumbling as revenue trends continued down. Still, outside factors tamping shares will eventually fade, leaving a very solid name at an attractive discount.
Alteryx, Tesla, iQiyi and Cisco Systems were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's look to the charts to see what may be next.
5G deployment is underway. Investors who ignore this trend are missing its potential as 5G growth accelerates in the next few years.
Stocks traded lower Thursday as more coronavirus cases emerged while the Dow was held back by a big loss by Cisco.
Cisco (CSCO) earnings for the American tech company's fiscal second quarter of 2020 have CSCO stock in after-hours trading on Wednesday.
Cisco is cheap based on its huge free cash flow growth. As a result, expect another hike in Cisco stock's dividend this coming quarter.
CSCO stock is a defensive yield play, but it needs to enhance its outlook to lure investors because other tech stocks offer more growth.
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