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CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he's expecting a strong quarter next week from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike despite some weakness in other corners of the enterprise software market. Investor sentiment around software has become downbeat, but CrowdStrike is "one company that seems to be immune" to the negativity, Cramer said. In recent days, two Wall Street analysts issued upbeat notes on CrowdStrike. Earnings reports last week from Workday and Intuit added to the questions about the demand environment for enterprise software. Alongside its fiscal 2025 first quarter earnings report last week, Workday cut its full-year forecast for subscription revenue.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, he's, Cramer, Jim, Morgan Stanley, CrowdStrike Organizations: Investor, Intuit, Wednesday, JPMorgan, Palo Alto Networks Locations: Palo, billings
Meanwhile, JPMorgan upgraded Huntington Bancshares to overweight from neutral, with a price target that implies upside of 31%. Analyst Scott Hanold's $90 price target implies that shares of Civitas could rise 25% from here. These two headwinds combined together could create near-term pressures for the stock by limiting Zscaler's billings growth, the analyst wrote. Nowinski's price target of $182, down from $275, implies the stock could rise 6% from here. The bank upgraded shares of the cruise operator to buy from neutral and lifted its price target to $24 from $21.
Persons: Mizuho, Scott Hanold's, Hanold, — Lisa Kailai Han, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, F4Q24, Nowinski, Patrick Cunningham, Cunningham, Lisa Kailai Han, Andrew Boone, Boone, Max, Duolingo, Ben Chaiken, Jan, Chaiken, Steven Alexopoulos, Alexopoulos, Huntington, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Cruise Line, JPMorgan, Huntington, RBC, Civitas Resources, RBC Capital Markets, Citi, DuPont DuPont, DuPont, Max, Mizuho, Cruise Locations: DAU, Mizuho, Norwegian, Huntington Bancshares, Columbus , Ohio, Friday's
Lowe's — The home improvement stock fell 2.9% despite the company posting a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat. By comparison, analysts surveyed by FactSet had penciled in $1.45 in earnings per share on $1.21 billion in revenue. XPeng — U.S-listed shares jumped nearly 5% after the Chinese EV company topped first-quarter estimates for revenue and said it anticipates a rise in quarterly deliveries. AutoZone reported $4.24 billion in revenue for the quarter, below the $4.29 billion expected by analysts, according to FactSet. Sprout Social — Shares dropped 4% after Sprout Social responded to a Reuters report, citing sources familiar, that said its founders are in talks to take the social media strategy company private.
Persons: Lam, Macy's, Tony Spring, Marvin Ellison, BlackLine, FactSet, Keysight, AutoZone, Li Auto, Li, Yun Li, Jesse Pound, Sarah Min, Alex Harring, Lisa Han, Samantha Subin Organizations: AstraZeneca — U.S, Traffic Safety Administration, Dell Technologies, Citi, Baird, Palo Alto Networks, Keysight, EV, Reuters, Li Auto Locations: billings,
Macy's — The department store operator added about 3% after beating earnings estimates for the first quarter and raising its full-year outlook. AutoZone reported revenue of $4.24 billion while analysts polled by FactSet forecast $4.29 billion. XPeng — Shares gained 5% after the Chinese electric vehicle firm beat first-quarter estimates on the top and bottom line. The company reported revenue of 25.6 billion yuan, a 38.6% decrease from the fourth quarter of 2023. Zoom Video — Shares slipped nearly 3% even after the video conferencing company reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the first quarter.
Persons: Macy's, Lowe's, XPeng, Baird, David Koning, billings, Li Auto, Paul Lejuez, Wall, LSEG, — CNBC's Michelle Fox, Sarah Min, Jesse Pound Organizations: FactSet, Palo Alto Networks, , Technologies, Lam Research, Citi Locations: Keysight
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. Jim Cramer described the market as overall "benign," while the S & P 500 and Dow also traded pretty flat. Eli Lilly received approval for its GLP-1 drug tirzepatide in China. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Christopher Waller, Jim, Waller's, billings, Eli Lilly, Jim Cramer's Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow, Washington , Federal Reserve, Palo Alto Networks, Club Locations: Washington ,, Palo, billings, China
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBillings is a broken metric in this market, says Palo Alto Networks' CEO Nikesh AroraPalo Alto Networks Chairman and CEO Nikesh Arora joins 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer to talk its recent earnings report and stock reaction.
Persons: Nikesh Arora, Jim Cramer Organizations: Alto Networks
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.
Persons: , Nikesh, billings, we'd, Arora, I'm, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, David Paul Morris Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, Revenue, LSEG, billings, Palo Alto, Alto Networks, Cisco Systems, Billings, Palo, Healthcare, CNBC, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: Palo, billings, Palo Alto, Santa Clara , California, U.S
A little-known technology stock could win big from Netflix 's shift in advertising strategy. The streaming giant announced Wednesday that it plans to debut its own advertising platform and partner with companies such as The Trade Desk and Magnite as its global ad-tier reaches 40 million monthly subscribers worldwide. While the partnership may take time to ramp up, Citi's Ygal Arounian estimates that it could add $500 million in 2025 gross billings to The Trade Desk. Every 10% of business funneled through The Trade Desk by 2026 could generate 2% upside to revenues, he estimates. "We also highlight TTD's scarcity value as the only scaled independent [demand-side platform] and its leadership in the highly-coveted CTV category."
Persons: Piper Sandler, Matt Farrell, Farrell, Morgan Stanley's Matthew, Chris Kuntarich Organizations: Netflix, billings, The, CTV, UBS
Shortly after the opening bell, we will be selling 25 shares of Palo Alto Networks at roughly $315.50. We talked Wednesday on our Morning Meeting about how Palo Alto Networks may have a positive setup into earnings Monday night , according to Morgan Stanley. We thought Morgan Stanley's call was pointing out because into earnings in February, Morgan Stanley said it was "sitting this quarter out." Its call proved prescient when Palo Alto shares fell almost 30% in a single session after missing estimates on billings and reducing its outlook. For example, Morgan Stanley says this deal benefits Palo Alto it several ways, helping it accelerate market share in security analytics.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Morgan Stanley, we've, Palo, Morgan Stanley's, It's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, billings, UnitedHealth, Palo, Networks, IBM, CNBC Locations: billings, Palo Alto
Shares of Palo Alto plunged 28% on Feb. 21, a session after the company delivered a more cautious outlook for the rest of 2024. The shift in business strategy requires Palo Alto to give customers its new services and products for free to demonstrate their many benefits. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance 2. The Club is focused on how much industry spend is going to Palo Alto versus competitors, but we're not concerned about demand for the company's offerings. In this photo illustration the Palo Alto Networks logo seen displayed on a smartphone and on the background.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Sellers, Nikesh Arora, Palo, We'd, it's, PANW, Arora, Jim Cramer, We've, nudging, Stephen Vintz, we're, Jim, Jim Cramer's, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, Wall Street, Palo, Tech, Barclays, Palo Alto, billings, Wall, Alto Networks, UnitedHealth Group, Change, Healthcare, Club, Microsoft, Vans, Corp, Caesars Entertainment, Securities, Exchange, US Fed, CNBC, Networks, Getty Locations: Palo Alto, U.S, Palo, billings, Palo Alto's, Alto
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading: Walt Disney — The entertainment giant sank 10% after posting fiscal second-quarter results . Walt Disney reported adjusted earnings that beat estimates and posted strong Disney+ subscriber growth but slightly missed revenue estimates. Palantir Technologies topped revenue expectations and posted adjusted earnings that were in line with estimates, but offered disappointing full-year guidance. Rocket Lab — Shares declined nearly 4% after the company posted a revenue miss in the first quarter. In the first quarter, the aerospace manufacturer posted revenue of $92.8 million, below the FactSet consensus estimate of $95 million.
Persons: Walt Disney, Stanley Druckenmiller, Datadog, Amit Agarwal, Tesla, Li, Xpeng, StreetAccount, LSEG ., , Jesse Pound, Brian Evans, Alex Harring, Sarah Min, Hakyung Kim, Tanaya Macheel Organizations: Nvidia, Billionaire, Ferrari, billings, FactSet, Li Auto, Technologies, Palantir Technologies, UBS Group, UBS, CNBC, LSEG, Citi, Simon Property Group, Revenue Locations: Italian, FactSet, U.S
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading: Apple — The tech giant jumped more than 6% after announcing it would repurchase $110 billion in shares . That topped analysts' estimates for earnings of $1.50 per share on revenue of $90.01 billion, per LSEG. Block — The payment services provider added 1% after posting first-quarter results that beat analysts' expectations. Live Nation Entertainment — Shares jumped 9% on the back of better-than-expected first-quarter revenue. However, the company beat analysts' expectations for the first quarter.
Persons: LSEG, Piper Sandler, FactSet, Eli Lilly, Cloudflare, Jefferies, , Alex Harring, Lisa Kailai Han, Michelle Fox, Pia Singh Organizations: Apple, Management, Wall Street, BMO Capital Markets, Expedia, Holdings, bullish Bank of America, Novo Nordisk, Arista Networks, Arista Locations: Thursday's, billings
Hershey — Shares of the chocolate confectionary maker added about 1% after Hershey posted a first-quarter earnings beat. Hershey's $3.25 billion revenue also beat the $3.11 billion consensus. Amgen — Shares soared 13% after the biotech firm posted a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat. Cloudflare — The stock continued to sink, plunging 12% after reporting weak full-year guidance, although Cloudflare posted a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat. However, Coinbase's first-quarter revenue of $1.64 billion beat the $1.34 billion consensus, according to LSEG.
Persons: Hershey, LSEG, Apple, Eli Lilly, Cloudflare, Expedia, Piper Sandler, Fortinet, FactSet, Jefferies, Coinbase's, Benjamin Nolan, — CNBC's Brian Evans, Michelle Fox, Hakyung Kim, Tanaya Macheel Organizations: Hershey —, Apple, Novo Nordisk, BMO Capital Markets, Revenue, Arista Networks, Arista, LSEG . Union Pacific, JPMorgan Locations: billings, LSEG, Stifel
Check out the companies making headlines in after-hours trading: Apple — The iPhone maker advanced 7% as it announced a $110 billion share repurchase and a top- and bottom-line beat. That surpassed analysts' estimates for earnings of $1.50 per share on revenue of $90.01 billion, per LSEG. Expedia posted a beat on first-quarter revenue, which came in at $2.89 billion, surpassing analysts' estimates of $2.81 billion, per LSEG. Block reported adjusted earnings of 85 cents per share on revenue of $5.96 billion in the first quarter. Those results beat analysts' estimates for earnings of 72 cents per share and revenue of $5.82 billion, per LSEG.
Persons: Expedia, Amgen, LSEG, Fortinet, Cloudflare, DaVita, FactSet, , Christina Cheddar, Berk Organizations: Apple Locations: billings
Despite the blue-collar affectations of some of its most visible leaders or the populist rhetoric of its most vocal cheerleaders, it has never been more obvious that the Republican Party is the party of the boss, and in particular the party of the small-business tyrant. Who or what is the small business tyrant? It’s the business owner whose livelihood rests on a steady supply of low-wage labor; who opposes unions, resents even the most cursory worker protections and employee safety regulations, and who views those workers as little more than extensions of himself, to use as he sees fit. The small-business tyrant is, to borrow an argument from the writer and podcaster Patrick Wyman, an especially reactionary member of America’s landowning gentry: local economic elites whose wealth comes primarily from their ownership of physical assets. Those assets, Wyman explains, “vary depending on where in the country we’re talking about; they could be a bunch of McDonald’s franchises in Jackson, Mississippi, a beef-processing plant in Lubbock, Texas, a construction company in Billings, Montana, commercial properties in Portland, Maine, or a car dealership in western North Carolina.”To look at Republican politics at the state level is to see an economic agenda dominated by the worst of this particular class.
Persons: podcaster Patrick Wyman, Wyman Organizations: Republican Party, Republican Locations: Jackson , Mississippi, Lubbock , Texas, Billings , Montana, Portland , Maine, North Carolina
Lonita Jensen, a retired nurse, said she moved to Ecuador because of high prices in the US. Jensen said her apartment in Ecuador would cost three times as much in her home state of Montana. AdvertisementThis is an as-told-to essay based on a conversation with 71-year-old Lonita Jensen, a retired nurse who is from Montana but currently living in Ecuador. AdvertisementMy sister had come down to Ecuador and she said, "Well, you can afford to live down here." But any place that's pretty now is so expensive you can't live there.
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Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Netflix to $700 from $600. 7:13 a.m.: JPMorgan cuts Boeing price target, but says demand should push strong long-term growth Investors shouldn't give up on Boeing as a long-term investment, according to JPMorgan. Analyst Seth Seifman lowered his price target by $20 to $210, implying 21.1% potential upside for shares of the aerospace company. He raised his target price by $14 to $62, which suggests 4.2% potential upside for DocuSign over the next year. The analyst kept his neutral rating on the stock but cut his price target by $16 to $180.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Seth Seifman, Seifman, — Pia Singh, Evan Seigerman, Seigerman, Karl Keirstead, DocuSign, Keirstead, Itay Michaeli, Michaeli, Tesla, Elon Musk, Benjamin Swinburne, Swinburne, Wolfe, Shreyas Patil, Patil, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Netflix, Wolfe Research, JPMorgan, Boeing, Novo Nordisk, BMO Capital Markets BMO Capital, pharma, UBS, Adobe, Citi, Citi Research, Tesla, Netflix Netflix, Mobileye Locations: China, Novo, U.S, Netflix's
Following the trade, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust will own 300 shares of PANW, increasing its weighting to 2.5% from 2.28%. Specifically, Arora said he has been "very excited" about the response he has received from customers about the platformization change. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. If Jim has talked about a stock on CNBC TV, he waits 72 hours after issuing the trade alert before executing the trade.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Nikesh Arora, Arora, that's, There's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, PANW, Alto, Palo, CNBC Locations: Palo Alto, billings
Investors received another reason to buy shares of Palo Alto Networks , according to Jim Cramer, in light of a cybersecurity incident that has impacted millions of AT & T customers. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance The list of companies making headlines due to cybersecurity incidents is extensive. Palo Alto Networks is our lone cybersecurity holding, even as its formerly red-hot stock has cooled following its Feb. 20 quarterly earnings report . "I do think after speaking with Nikesh that I am very tempted, when this breaks $280, to buy some Palo Alto," he said. In this photo illustration the logo from the cyber security company Palo Alto Networks seen displayed on a smartphone.
Persons: Jim Cramer, didn't, Nikesh Arora, Jim, Arora, Jim Cramer's, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, Club, Microsoft, UnitedHealth, Change, JPMorgan, Palo Alto, Palo, CNBC, Getty Locations: Alto, Palo, U.S, Russian, billings, Palo Alto
(AP) — The U.S., Canada and several indigenous groups announced a proposal on Monday to address the pollution from coal mining in British Columbia that's been contaminating waterways and harming fisheries on both sides of the border for years. The proposal would be executed through a century-old U.S.-Canada boundary waters treaty, establishing independent boards to study the pollution’s extent and make cleanup recommendations. It comes after indigenous groups in British Columbia, Montana and Idaho lobbied for more than a decade for the federal governments in the U.S. and Canada to intervene and stop the flow of pollution. The proposal calls for no more than two years of study to gauge the extent of pollution. Investigators in Canada found Teck Resources Limited discharged hazardous amounts of selenium and calcite from two coal mines north of Eureka, Montana.
Persons: , Tom McDonald, Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Stephenne Harding, Gary Aitken Jr, “ It’s, Rachel Poynter, ” Poynter Organizations: The Associated Press, U.S . Environmental Protection Agency, U.S ., White, Council, Environmental, Investigators, Teck Resources Limited, of, of Teck Resources Locations: Mont, U.S, Canada, British Columbia, Montana, Idaho, Kootenai, Lake Koocanusa, U.S . Canada, Elk, Kootenai Tribe, Canadian, Montana and Idaho, Eureka , Montana ., of Teck
Wealth manager Brian Vendig is bullish on stocks this year, and says there are opportunities for investors outside of 2023's headline-makers. Three stocks on his radar right now are Super Micro Computer , Palo Alto Networks and PepsiCo . Super Micro Computer Vendig said Super Micro Computer was his choice to ride "the wave of the AI frenzy." "This stock has traded in lockstep with Nvidia because Nvidia chips are typically housed in Super Micro servers," Vendig explained. Palo Alto Networks The wealth manager also likes cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks.
Persons: Brian Vendig, Vendig, PepsiCo Vendig Organizations: MJP Wealth, CNBC, Micro Computer, Palo Alto Networks, PepsiCo, Super, Computer, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Alto, Pepsi Locations: billings
Hewlett Packard Enterprise -- The technology stock rose almost 2% after fiscal first quarter earnings of 3 cents per share topped analysts' expectations, according to LSEG. Daimler Truck -- Shares of the commercial vehicle manufacturer soared more than 18% after reporting a record-high, full-year profit, and authorized a 2 billion euro ($2.16 billion) share buyback. Dell Technologies - Shares soared more than 25% after the laptop maker posted fourth-quarter results that beat analysts' estimates amid strong demand for its artificial intelligence servers. Advanced Micro Devices , Marvell Technology , Micron Technology -- AMD added 4% in midday trading as investors continue to signal excitement over stocks tied to implementing artificial intelligence. Shares of Micron Technology and Marvell Technology soared more 5% and 7%, respectively.
Persons: AeroSystems, Hewlett Packard, Root, Billings, , Alex Harring, Yun Li, Michelle Fox, Samantha Subin Organizations: Boeing, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Daimler, . New York Community Bancorp, Jefferies, Dell Technologies, Dell, Devices, Marvell Technology, Micron Technology, Facebook, Nasdaq Locations: .
Shortly after the opening bell, we will buy 25 shares of Palo Alto Networks at roughly $287.80. Following the trade, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust will own 275 shares of PANW, increasing our weighting in the portfolio to 2.36% from 2.15%. Now that we are no longer restricted from trading Palo Alto Networks shares, we finally can buy the stock, which sold off after its earnings report last week . Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. If Jim has talked about a stock on CNBC TV, he waits 72 hours after issuing the trade alert before executing the trade.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, PANW, Morgan Stanley, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, PANW, billings, CNBC Locations: billings, Palo
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. Broadcom shares jumped nearly back to last week's all-time high after the company agreed to sell its remote computer access unit to KKR for $4 billion. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Dow, Nikesh Arora's, We're bullish, Jim Cramer's, Jim Organizations: CNBC, TJX, Palo, Networks, Management, The, Broadcom, KKR, VMware, We're Locations: New York City, billings
The S & P 500 broke the 5,100 for the first time on Friday, and ended the week 1.7% higher. Stocks with a 14-day RSI greater than 70 are considered overbought, meaning they could be at risk of a pullback. General Electric is one of the most overbought names in the S & P 500, with a 14-day RSI of 87.3. Other overbought names include Leidos Holdings and Juniper Networks . Here are the S & P 500's most overbought stocks: Software company Palo Alto Networks has had a difficult week.
Persons: Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, Ralph Lauren Organizations: Berkshire, Nvidia, Wednesday, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, CNBC, Stock, U.S . Nuclear Regulatory Commission, GE, Leidos Holdings, Juniper Networks, Software, Palo Alto Networks, billings, Paramount, Akamai Technologies, Deere, Co
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