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Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in Palo Alto Networks, Inc , where a total volume of 8,515 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 851,500 underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares). That number works out to 47.9% of PANW's average daily trading volume over the past month, of 1.8 million shares.
Enterprise cybersecurity budgets could increase by 20% in 2019, and players such as Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, Check Point and others are jockeying for their piece of the pie.
With China reducing its GDP forecast and Europe's central bank growing cautious, markets turned lower this week.
Our explanation and analysis of what's behind the recent moves in the stock.
Jim discusses Amazon closing its pop-up stores and why that's good for their partnership with Kohl's, stocks Facebook and PayPal, and much more!
This stock has pulled back to support, and is ready to rise up again.
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Jim breaks down the Salesforce.com action and explains why the digital transformation story still has significant legs to it. Then he compares the selling in CRM to what has happened in the past to several other names.
We will be picking up shares on today's declines that are not based on any new fundamental news.
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Markets end volatile week little changed in spite of failed North Korea summit, and congressional testimony from Powell, Lighthizer and Cohen.
Jim answers club member questions about Xilinx, Nvidia, Cisco, and more!
A slew of stories Wednesday had the potential to move the stock market -- but didn't.
Stocks ended mixed Wednesday after U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told the House Ways and Means committee that 'much remains to be done' before a trade deal is reached with China.
We have our reason for Wednesday's move, but I'm not sure it will hold.
The health insurance stocks are taking a hit today, but we're not sellers on Wednesday's news.
Palo Alto Networks is rallying on Wednesday on earnings, but has it gone too far too fast.
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Jim discusses Palo Alto Networks, Home Depot vs. Lowe's, corporate share buyback programs, and much more!
Here's why Jim Cramer likes Palo Alto Networks after its impressive earnings beat.
President Trump met with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, so what does that mean for the markets? Also, Palo Alto Networks earnings beat expectations. Here's what Jim Cramer is paying attention to.
Jim Cramer reacts to President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un and the impressive earnings beat from Palo Alto Networks.
Palo Alto Networks shares traded sharply higher Wednesday after the cybersecurity group posted a smaller-than-expected second quarter loss and said it would buyback $1 billion worth of stock
Adjusted earnings above guidance drive Palo Alto Networks close to GAAP profits thanks to its operating leverage.
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