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Here are Monday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Adobe, a downgrade for KB Home and new coverage of Starbucks and Snap.
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While Goldman Sachs analysts may be warming up to FireEye, Jim Cramer is sticking with Cisco.
Oracle has joined its brethren: These 4 tech powerhouses are back, and they are buys.
The all-time highs reached in the markets have made investors wary that a correction is occurring soon, but divesting equities and going to cash has many risks.
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The cybersecurity provider's stock fell more than 20% on Tuesday after the company's missed earnings estimates and provided a weak outlook. Was Cisco to blame?
Jim Cramer says Cisco could be the culprit behind Palo Alto Network's revenue miss.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Cirrus Logic, Palo Alto Networks, Ross Stores and Target.
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U.S. stock futures and shares in Europe and Asia trade mixed Tuesday ahead of Donald Trump's first speech to a joint session of Congress.
Company Achieves Certification for Second Consecutive Year
The Federal Reserve's meeting in March creeps closer, but markets remain skeptical that a rate hike will come so soon.
Jim Cramer is bullish on ConEd, Tanger Factory Outlet Centers; he's bearish on Sunoco.
Cramer's weekly gameplan is about individual stocks, because this is about smart investing and smart stock selection.
Cisco saw declines in its legacy switching and routing businesses, but growth in other areas gave several Wall Street analysts ammunition to become bullish on the networking giant.
Cisco's improving product orders and strong recurring revenue growth has markets encouraged, even though switch and router sales slumped last quarter.
Former White House Cybersecurity Leader Joins CTA to Drive Alliance Mission of Improving Global Defenses Against Cyber Adversaries; Six Industry Leaders Collaborate on Automated Threat Intelligence Sharing Platform
Yes, the cybersecurity company posted disappointing fourth-quarter results, but it still has strong growth prospects.
Company Experts Take the Stage at RSA Conference to Tackle Cloud Security, Cyber Policy and Threat Intelligence Sharing
Jim Cramer takes a look at Check Point, CyberArk, Palo Alto Networks and Fortinet.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the risks: Don't measure 'Trump per share,' measure actual earnings per share.
New PAN-OS 8.0, Aperture Features and Virtual Firewall Models Enable Customers to Safely Embrace New Cloud Infrastructure; Achieve Security at Speed and Agility of the Cloud