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Another earnings report, another sell-off in extended trading for Palo Alto Networks . Palo Alto Networks Why we own it: We believe cybersecurity is a secular growth market as bad actors are relentless and companies simply cannot afford to not invest in defense. We believe Palo Alto Networks, in particular, is uniquely positioned to win due to its best-in-class tools and broad product portfolio that allows it to provide an all-encompassing "platform" solution to cybersecurity. This transaction was the largest in the history of Palo Alto Networks at nearly $150 million" of total contract value. Signage outside Palo Alto Networks headquarters in Santa Clara, California, U.S., on Thursday, May 13, 2021.
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Nvidia is still considered cheap and can rise after its earnings report, according to Dan Niles. The semiconductor stock turned artificial intelligence darling has run up big, said the Niles Investment Management founder. "That's why my thoughts are, you get [a] slight move up in the stock when they report," he said on CNBC's " Money Movers ." With this in mind, Niles said traders should look for periods of digestion in Nvidia before the next leg up. The Magnificent Seven stock has climbed more than 90% this year as the AI craze remains top of mind for investors.
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No one is laughing about Jayshree's company, either, as her white box solutions are beating Cisco Systems when it comes to the internet plumbing that connect Nvidia chips to the Titans. Last year at this time, Nvidia snuck into the U.S. trillion-dollar market cap club, with that May quarter. What does Nvidia really have to do then for an encore? Now we are getting into what Jensen does to beat expectations. Tall order, but Nvidia is a company that's beaten tall orders routinely we just didn't really know it until last May.
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Jim Cramer's daily rapid fire looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club portfolio. Walmart : Shares jumped more than 6% after the retail giant delivered a quarterly earnings beat and said it may now exceed the high end of its sales and adjusted earnings per share. "They go aisle by aisle, and they talk about how in food they've got deflation," Jim Cramer said. Chubb : Shares jumped 3.5% after Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway revealed in a securities filing Wednesday night that it'd been buying a stake in the insurer. Cisco Systems : Shares dropped nearly 2% despite the networking company's better-than-expected quarterly results and upward revision to fiscal 2024 guidance.
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Under Armour — The sportswear maker's Class A shares slumped 11% and its Class C stock fell 9% after it issued lower-than-expected full-year earnings guidance. Under Armour now expects earnings in the range of 18 cents to 21 cents while analysts polled by FactSet had forecast 59 cents. Cisco Systems also hiked its 2024 revenue guidance, saying it now expects revenue of $53.7 billion at the midpoint of a range. Meme stocks — Shares of AMC and GameStop extended losses following the revival of the meme stock movement on Monday and Tuesday. Baidu reported CNY 31.51 billion ($4.7 billion) of revenue, topping the CNY 31.34 billion expected by analysts, according to StreetAccount.
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Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon The Dow, all-timeThe average was created by Charles Dow in 1896 with just 12 industrial stocks. Paired with the Dow Jones Transportation Average , the two were collectively meant to offer a gauge for the broader economy. The sole caveat: No utility or transportation stocks are included, given the existence of the Dow Jones Utility Average and Transportation Average. 1972: Dow hits 1,000It may be hard to imagine given the recent achievement, but the Dow traded below 1,000 until the early 1970s. The Dow saw its worst year since 2008 in 2022, though 2023's rebound allowed the index to erase those losses.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThursday’s rapid fire: Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems and Under ArmourCNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday weighed in on the stock moves of Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems and Under Armour.
Persons: Armour, Jim Cramer Organizations: Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems
In today's big story, we're looking at Google's big event that's pitching all the ways AI agents can make our lives easier . Google I/O, the tech giant's biggest developer conference, was heavy on the rise of so-called AI agents , writes Business Insider's Hugh Langley, who was there in person. AdvertisementGoogle's faithful, old search engine got a noticeable facelift with the help of AI , writes BI's Geoff Weiss. Steven Puetzer/Getty, Tyler Le/BIThe stakes for Google are high, as nailing AI agents opens up a massive business opportunity. For AI agents to be so intuitive, they'll need access to seemingly every aspect of our lives.
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Chubb became Berkshire's ninth biggest holding at the end of March, according to a new regulatory filing. AST SpaceMobile — Shares rocketed 33%. Cisco Systems — Shares jumped nearly 5% after the IT giant reported fiscal third-quarter adjusted earnings of 88 cents per share on revenues of $12.70 billion. The results topped analysts' estimates for earnings of 82 cents per share on revenues of $12.53 billion, according to LSEG. Palo Alto Networks — The cybersecurity company saw its stock rise 1% after announcing it will buy cloud security software assets from IBM .
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Market talk : The S & P 500 and Nasdaq jumped to new intraday highs Wednesday, extending the gains from the prior session's late-day rally. In fact, the S & P 500 broke above 5,300 for the first time ever. The one thing we're staying guarded about in this rally is how overbought the stock market has become. You have to go back to last December to find a time when the S & P 500 Short Range Oscillator was this overbought. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER .
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Stock futures were little changed as Wall Street braced for April's consumer price index. Futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 17 points, while S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures hovered near the flatline. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.32%. Economists polled by Dow Jones expect the consumer price index to show a 0.4% monthly gain, or a 0.3% increase excluding food and energy. Tuesday's producer price index for April contributed to that narrative, showing a 0.5% gain in wholesale prices, above the 0.3% estimate from Dow Jones.
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Just seven S & P 500 names are slated to post their quarterly figures, including Home Depot and Walmart. Management is scheduled to hold a call at 4:30 p.m. Last quarter: Cisco posted fiscal second-quarter results that beat expectations. What history shows: Cisco shares have risen after the last six earnings releases, Bespoke data shows. Thursday Walmart is set to report earnings in the premarket, followed by a call at 8 a.m. Last quarter: Walmart earnings topped analysts' estimates, thanks to soaring e-commerce sales . What history shows: Walmart has beaten bottom-line forecasts 71% of the time, per Bespoke.
Persons: Wells, Zachary Fadem, LSEG, Samik Chatterjee, Robert Ohmes Organizations: Home Depot, Walmart, CNBC, Investment, Cisco Systems, Management, Cisco, JPMorgan, Campus Networking, Bank of America
Gen Z is getting hit hard by inflation
  + stars: | 2024-05-12 | by ( Krystal Hur | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
For Gen Z, it was the Covid-19 pandemic. Why are we seeing that Gen Z is tapping into their credit more than their Millennial counterparts 10 years ago? Most Gen Z consumers are not homeowners. And so I think that’s been a big cause of what’s been driving a lot of that financial strain that Gen Z consumers have seen. The key is to not use the personal loans to pay off credit card debt and then run your credit card bills right back up after you do that.
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All three major U.S. stock indexes closed higher for the week, led by the Dow Jones Industrial Average . The Nasdaq Composite added 1.14% while the S & P 500 advanced 1.85% in a relatively quiet week of economic updates. Within the portfolio, Disney and Wynn Resorts released quarterly numbers; we took issue with the stock reaction to both reports. It also raises the stakes around major economic releases, such as next week's consumer inflation report. In the week ahead, earnings season continues — headlined by Walmart on Thursday — and inflation data will dominate the economic calendar.
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Read previewOver the past three decades, I've witnessed various approaches to performance-improvement plans (PIPs) as an HR executive across five different industries and three countries. Once the PIP process begins, this fracture in trust is seldom repaired. AdvertisementA better approach involves choiceFrom 1998 to 2004, I was an HR executive at Cisco Systems, where I encountered a novel approach to the traditional PIP process. Prior to my arrival, Cisco had recognized that something was broken in the PIP process. Looking at the data and listening to employees, the HR team developed a new approach that involved choice.
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Tesla : Shares fell more than 4% after the electric vehicle maker issued another round of price cuts in major markets including the U.S., Germany and China. I think you have to wait to see what they say rather than make a judgement," Jim Cramer said. Cisco Systems : JPMorgan analysts resumed coverage of Cisco Systems with a neutral rating and $53 price target, citing a muted medium-term earnings growth outlook. Verizon : Shares fell nearly 3% after the telecommunications giant delivered an earnings beat and lost fewer-than-expected wireless subscribers in the three months ended March 31. Papa John's : Shares rose about 1.5% after analysts at Stifel upgraded the pizza chain to hold from sell, contending expectations are reasonable.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMonday’s rapid fire: Tesla, Cisco Systems, Verizon, Prologis and Papa John’sCNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday offered his thoughts on a number of stocks outside the Investing Club portfolio including Tesla and Papa John’s.
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Here are three attractive dividend stocks, according to Wall Street's top experts on TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Enterprise Products PartnersThis week's first dividend stock is Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), a midstream energy services provider. (See EPD Technical Analysis on TipRanks)Goldman SachsLet's move to Goldman Sachs (GS), one of the leading investment banks in the U.S. In the first quarter, Goldman Sachs returned $2.43 billion of capital to shareholders through share repurchases worth $1.5 billion and dividends of $929 million. (See Goldman Sachs Stock Buybacks on TipRanks)Cisco SystemsFinally, let's look at Cisco Systems (CSCO), a networking equipment maker.
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"We are initiating coverage of Samsara (IOT) with a Buy rating and $42 price target." Deutsche Bank adds a catalyst call buy on Estee Lauder Deutsche added a short-term buy rating on shares of the beauty giant. Bernstein reiterates Apple as market perform Bernstein said it's getting more "constructive" on Apple shares but is sticking with its market perform rating for now. "We are initiating coverage of AES with a Buy rating and $21PT. "We are initiating coverage on shares of Beacon Roofing Supply (BECN), a leading roofing products distributor in the United States, with a Buy rating and $135 PT."
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Hedge fund manager and New York Mets baseball team owner Steven Cohen has already begun to invest in a four-day work week. Cohen isn't alone in forecasting a four-day work week. Jefferies thinks artificial intelligence will make workers more efficient and eventually lead to a four-day work week becoming the norm, according to a note from June 2023. Bank of America also expects the changing post-pandemic work landscape may result in a shorter work week. Opposition to change Opponents to a shorter work week, however, argue that such a change is both politically and economically unfeasible.
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10 things to watch Monday, April 15 The market is trying to rebound from Friday's selloff. UBS starts coverage on SharkNinja with a buy rating and a $76-per-share price target. Mizuho starts coverage on GE Vernova with a buy rating and a $154-per-share price target. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. 10 things to watch Monday, April 15The market is trying to rebound from Friday's selloff.
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Goldman Sachs — Goldman Sachs shares jumped 3.3% in premarket trading after the company beat Wall Street's first-quarter earnings expectations . Goldman posted earnings of $11.58 per share on revenue of $14.21 billion for the period, fueled by its trading and investment banking businesses. Analysts surveyed by LSEG had called for earnings of $8.56 per share on revenue of $12.92 billion, meanwhile. Analyst Erik Woodring thinks the market is "mis-pricing" Logitech's outlook and forecasts only 3% annual revenue growth through fiscal year 2027. Masimo — The health tech stock rose more than 2% following an upgrade to buy from hold at Stifel.
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A major U.S. bank and a legacy tech name were the focus of some of Tuesday's biggest analyst calls. The firm upgraded the apparel stock to overweight from neutral, and raised its price target to $31 per share from $26. The firm resumed coverage of the legacy tech company with an overweight rating and a $58 per share price target. He reiterated his $64 price target on the stock, implying upside of 10.7%. Additionally, he sees "greater risk to the achievement of our price target as the Fed rate cutting cycle begin."
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Molson Coors : Goldman Sachs upgraded the beer maker to a buy rating and raised its price target to $75 per share from $66. Jim Cramer said Tuesday beer retailers shuffle their shelf space allocations "twice a year." Freeport-McMoRan : Bank of America started the international mining company with a buy rating due to high-quality copper leverage and exposure to gold, which has been making new highs. "But that does mean you don't expect a bounce back" in Nike shares. American Eagle Outfitters : JPMorgan upgrades the specialty retailer's shares to a buy-equivalent overweight rating.
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In the hours before delivering his State of the Union speech last month, President Biden called the chief executives of General Motors and Cisco Systems to ask their advice on the state of the American economy and share how he planned to talk about it. Then he rode to Capitol Hill and, in his address, promised to raise the rate on a new minimum tax his administration has levied on big companies “so every big corporation finally begins to pay their fair share.”“I also want to end tax breaks for Big Pharma, Big Oil, private jets, massive executive pay,” Mr. Biden continued, adding: “End it now.”The sequence epitomizes Mr. Biden’s alternatively cozy and combative relationship with America’s business leaders, which has rippled through the national economy, federal policy and now the 2024 campaign for the White House.
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