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PANW has been consolidating, but steadily moving higher on decent turnover.
This name has been consolidating, but steadily moving higher on decent turnover.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
Mondelez could see a big hit in sales.
Palo Alto Networks pops on an upgrade. Is a fresh rally leg ahead?
Citi upgraded Palo Alto Networks on Friday and hiked its price target on the stock to $160.
But we can see the stock has struggled in the past month.
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Palo Alto Networks, Inc was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example Masco Corp. , according to The Online Investor.
Tuesday's high-profile attack and last month's WannaCry attack could boost cybersecurity spending, but the bump might already be priced into the stocks.
The White House envisions a cloud software marketplace, private-sector-style apps and services and cyber security.
Our team says PANW is strong in 'multiple areas,' but has seen relatively poor 2017 performance vs. the S&P 500.
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Mark McLaughlin, chairman and CEO of Palo Alto Networks, talks with Jim Cramer.
Wednesday's downgrades of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are in focus.
It's not about fashion missteps, says Jim Cramer. Who cares what the products look like if there's no one in the stores?
An open, free nation could easily turn itself in a more protectionist direction as a response to such consistency.
Palo Alto shares have been red-hot.
Jim Cramer discusses Lululemon and also mentions that the rally is earning some trust.
HPE was stung by soft cloud server demand, and might cut its losses. Palo Alto is rebounding after a rough start to 2017, and Box and Ciena continue executing well.
Which stocks is Cramer bullish on? Look at Toll Brothers and CyberArk Software.
Jim Cramer says a market without breadth is a market not to be trusted.