Conclusion:

Cisco’s P/E is 11.9, and its POP is 11. Investors are paying slightly more than the 1:1 ratio, which implies that there is moderate growth expectation for this company. Investors are paid $0.5593 in dividends per share, or 2.95% yield.

Cash balance continues to expand every year, while accounts payable and accrued expenses remain steady.

Cisco shares were cheaper before the rally, but at its existing price, it remains less expensive than competitors. Shares could pull back in the near-term should market sentiment turn negative. At that time, investors are better-positioned to look at Cisco at a greater discount.

 

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