Cisco's Market Impact Ain't What It Used to Be

Cisco's Market Impact Ain't What It Used to Be

Meanwhile, the mighty Apple continues to provide steady support.

Walmart's Third Quarter Was a Mixed Performance

Walmart's Third Quarter Was a Mixed Performance

I don't want to be short this name long-term, and I certainly don't want to be short the name going into the holiday season.

Does Planet Fitness Look Fit for Investors?

Does Planet Fitness Look Fit for Investors?

Let's find a trainer versed in technical analysis as we check out the charts.

Walmart Approaches the Holiday Season With Bullish Charts

Walmart Approaches the Holiday Season With Bullish Charts

Continue to hold longs from previous recommendations.

Dexcom Looks Poised to Build on Its Big Gap Up

Dexcom Looks Poised to Build on Its Big Gap Up

The maker of glucose monitoring equipment saw its shares shoot higher last week on a big earnings beat and the rise may not be over.

Trading in a Topsy-Turvy World, Sell Cisco? No!: Market Recon

Trading in a Topsy-Turvy World, Sell Cisco? No!: Market Recon

Headline blur. What channel to watch? Who to listen to in real time? How to trade it? Should you trade it? Is anyone even trading anything?

This Flat Market May Be Ready for a Stall

This Flat Market May Be Ready for a Stall

The indices continue to consolidate, but concerns of stalling action are building.

Jim Cramer: Trump May Be Even More Anti-Elite Than Elizabeth Warren

Jim Cramer: Trump May Be Even More Anti-Elite Than Elizabeth Warren

The Chinese are playing their cards wrong and could end up losing no matter who ends up in the White House.

Market's Ripe for Griping

Market's Ripe for Griping

We'll need patience to see how this plays out, but so far new lows are growing despite the indexes hitting highs and breadth has had a streak of red.

Cisco's Soft Guidance Comes Amid Macro Pressures and IT Spending Shifts

Cisco's Soft Guidance Comes Amid Macro Pressures and IT Spending Shifts

Cisco blamed its light guidance on macro headwinds. But as its own numbers show, software and security spending is holding up better than hardware spending in this environment.