Cisco Systems (CSCO)
$49.02 0.03 (0.06%)
19:59 EST CSCO Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $49.02
Market Cap 230.54B
PE Ratio -175.07
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 27.18M
Day's Range 48.87 - 49.54
52-Week Range 43.40 - 58.26
Dividend & Yield 1.28 (2.61%)
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Cisco stock is not one of those names that will get your blood pumping. It is, however, a solid play on the 5G rollout and offers downside protection in case of a broader market downturn.
IBM stock slipped in trading on Monday after Evercore ISI downgraded the stock to “hold” and lowered its price target to $145 from $160.
By David Moadel
Down considerably from 2019's summer high, CSCO stock is extremely tempting despite an analyst's downgrade.
Cisco stock should rise due to its slow business turnaround. Cisco's sales rose 2% but its cash flow allows for dividends and buybacks.
Cisco stock ended 2019 in recovery mode, posting a 12% gain for the year with analysts looking for double-digit upside in 2020.
The price of Cisco stock is heading the wrong way after two weak earnings reports. Performance needs to improve for CSCO to rally.
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But don’t think Cisco is suddenly entering the chip business to take on the Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) of the world. It’s merely responding to customer demands.
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Although the 5G rollout is one of the major themes driving the CSCO stock price, Cisco delivered two back-to-back disappointing earnings forecasts. However, it’s unlikely that shares will continue tripping on the same bad news.
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