Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) currently has a “Buy” signals on Composite indicators by TrendSpotter. While the Short-Term Technical Indicators for the stock on 7-Day Average Directional Indicator shows “Sell” signal. 10 – 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel shows “Sell” signal. While 20-Day Moving Average VS Current Price shows “Buy” Signal.
Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) lost -0.7 Percent and closed its previous trading session at $45.16. The stock traded with the average Volume of 25.33 Million at the end of last session.
The company reported its last earnings Actual EPS of $0.63/share. While, the analyst predicted that the company could provide an EPS of $0.59/share. Hence the difference between Predicted EPS and Actual EPS reported is $0.04/share which shows an Earnings Surprise of 6.8 Percent.
Sell side analysts plays vital role in buying and selling a stock where 7 analysts rated Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) as Buy, 0 analysts given Outperform signal, 1 reported Hold, and 1 analysts rated the stock as Sell.
The stock’s current distance from 20-Day Simple Moving Average (SMA20) is 0.63% where SMA50 and SMA200 are 2.72% and 18.07% respectively.
The company shows its Return on Assets (ROA) value of -1.1%. The Return on Equity (ROE) value stands at -2.3%. While it’s Return on Investment (ROI) value is 9.3%.
Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) currently has a Weekly Volatility of 1.28% percent while its Monthly Volatility is at 2.05% percent. While talking about Performance of the Stock, Cisco Systems, Inc. currently has a Weekly performance of -1.91%, monthly performance percentage is 1.28 percent, Quarterly performance is 7.29 percent, 6 months performance shows a percent value of 33.02% and Yearly Performance is 31.66 percent.
Cisco Systems, Inc. is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. At Cisco customers come first and an integral part of their DNA is creating long-lasting customer partnerships and working with them to identify their needs and provide solutions that support their success. The concept of solutions being driven to address specific customer challenges has been with Cisco since its inception. Husband and wife Len Bosack and Sandy Lerner, both working for Stanford University, wanted to email each other from their respective offices located in different buildings but were unable to due to technological shortcomings. A technology had to be invented to deal with disparate local area protocols; and as a result of solving their challenge – the multi-protocol router was born.