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Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)

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42.94+1.22 (+2.92%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
42.77 -0.17 (-0.40%)
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    Benjamín
    Be careful in this world of Bitcoin today, don't get convince to any fake platform.
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    Bobby
    As a forex and crypto trader, It's almost inevitable that you're going to experience some ups and down alone thar way. Alertness and decisiveness are both fundamental ingredients in the recipe.
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    Peter pan
    I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors, Be fearful when others are greedy, be greedy when others are fearful. " My favorite quote
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    Bunny
    Internet security is a growing market with CISCO being the foundation for all digitization. It becomes an utility and necessity in using CISCO products. Today is a wonderful opportunity to add shares for a temporarily supply issue. The record backlog means earning is delayed and not lost. CISCO moat is hugh if you talk to any networking and security experts.
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    hungryman
    If you can get into CSCO at this price, you are stealing money practically. It's true worth here is north of $48 with $8 upside over the next year. Low end of probability is 30% gain the next 12 months at today's price. High end 40%.
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    Steve G
    Cisco's revenue and earnings shortfall were mainly due to disruption of power supply shipments caused by the lockdowns in China. The war in Ukraine also caused some disruption. The Chinese lockdowns are expected to end June 1st and the war in Ukraine might end sooner than many people expect as foreign military aid now arriving in Ukraine is making the situation untenable for Russia. I believe Cisco will fare better toward the end of the year as demand for its equipment still remains firm.
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    Belarus
    Not able to understand the reaction for yesterday and today. Everyone knew that the interest rates are going up by 50 basis points. Why the markets went up 3% after the FED announcement and then came down 5% the next day? Makes absolutely no sense. It looks like as if we got hit by something unexpected. One thing is sure the market will keep swinging wildly before it sets a direction.
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    Anonymous
    I like it at $42. Let's see what happens in the morning after all those folks that already own it read what happened in afterhours. If we see under $40 I will definitely add some to my portfolio
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    Gerry
    Just the facts:
    CSCO is a conservative company and stock when it comes to forecasting. They have already said that annual revenue growth will be 6-7% with EPS growth at 4-5% for the next 2 years. They have a new share buyback program of $15B plus remaining $3B from the previous buyback authorization. Much of their income is "recurring revenue" from subscription based services, so not a lot of risk there. The security software business is growing rapidly. They will beat EPS expectation by a few cents (which doesn't matter). IF forward guidance is good you could see quite a strong response higher. The analyst are all over the place on this stock with price targets ranging from $45 (WFC) to $92 (Loop Capital). I think fair value for a stable /safe/dividend paying stock in this environment is about $60. JMHO. GLTA
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    latonia
    Can’t believe this site just gave me a 43% winner. (http://market-engross.club)
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    douglas
    Yahoo doesn’t state but does Cisco pay a dividend any more?
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    slboot
    Time for a change at the top (and the BOD) NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I didn't vote my share for the current group
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    Mike
    Lost 1/3 of it's value from 64 to 43 and people are still talking about the great dividend.
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    hungryman
    csco is worth $49.88. It's selling at a discount today.
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    Lance
    I am a buyer sub 38. this is a great company and its not going anywhere. its got a pretty wide moat if you ask me for the primary verticals. Could do with a major house cleaning of terrible employees and middle management though.
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    Jfield
    I love csco, it is definitely a low risk very good returns when considering how diverse they are and the consistently good Dividends. Nothing to do with csco, but our current usa administration wants us all to pay for higher gas/oil prices so we all go solar and hybrid which is a smoke and mirrors game. Solar panel life and lithium batteries will be a problem with disposal at their end of life. The cost will out weigh the savings and wok have terrible consortia to the environment. I guess it is a question of what will kill us first?
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    Ed
    CSCO is in all major indexes so we should have another down day tomorrow across the board.
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    Lewis
    i bought cisco @ 80 in 2000. im hoping to get my money back before im dead and buried at sad hill cemetary
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    Joe
    getting a few pre-market.. >3.5% fwd div yield works for me while I wait.
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    Lance
    Bought some Cisco. I considered it a borderline value before, this drop is just what was needed to make it a good buy.