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Cramer is taking Southwest Airlines over United Continental while Palo Alto Networks is good value but not great.
Three of Cramer's four FANG stocks still perform but the fourth can easily be replaced by these two companies.
Cisco’s purchase of CloudLock for $293 million bolsters a security business that has been a strong performer for the company.
Great Britain's referendum on its EU membership near the close of the second quarter came at an especially inopportune moment, but some firms are better off than others.
Even if a deal doesn't happen, the risk vs. reward in Palo Alto Networks has drastically improved.
If you bought in May you made money but it's time to sell and move on to better growth prospects.
Cramer gives Lowe's the edge over Home Depot and has no appetite for US Foods.
Any company that knows its customers will continue to be rewarded in this market, Cramer says.
This cybersecurity company appears promising, but should investors avoid this seemingly strong technology stock?
The cybersecurity giant's share price looks pretty insecure.
Wall Street closed out Friday's session with slight gains, settling into the long Memorial Day weekend with the topic of rate hikes to muse on.
Stocks inch higher by mid-afternoon Friday as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen suggest the central bank could implement another rate hike this summer.
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Shares of Palo Alto Networks were hammered on Friday after the company reported weak guidance going forward.
ULTA and Lending Club are up big while a downgrade slows Palo Alto Networks.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the technology sector lower today.
Stocks hold slight gains as investors look toward a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Friday afternoon.
U.S. stocks held slight gains at midday on Friday as investors looked toward a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen this afternoon.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said Palo Alto’s 2016 third quarter was disappointing as the cyber security company pointed to seasonality, macro woes and slowing orders.
Jim Cramer questions the growth prospects of the cybersecurity space on the heels of Palo Alto Networks' disappointing first quarter earnings, released on Thursday.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Palo Alto Networks (PANW) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
Stock futures are hovering near the flatline on Friday morning after a second estimate of first-quarter economic growth is upwardly revised.
Palo Alto Networks (PANW) stock is plunging in pre-market trading on Friday after Deutsche Bank cut its rating to 'hold' following disappointing 2016 third quarter financial results.