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Cisco’s revenue decreased in its fiscal Q4, but it edged past Wall Street’s target

“Cisco reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday, with revenues slightly above analyst estimates” writes Becky Peterson for businessinsider.com.au. Even so, Cisco’s stock declined nearly 2% in after hours trading on Wednesday. Get the latest Cisco stock price here. Source: businessinsider.com.au Share This:

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A counterintelligence agent says there are 3 strategies you can use to connect with anyone

“Robin Dreeke, a Naval Academy graduate, former Marine, former head of a federal behavioral analysis program, a current FBI agent, and coauthor of “The Code of Trust” shared three strategies with Business Insider to connect with anyone, anywhere” writes Shana Lebowitz for businessinsider.com. Palms up, ventral displays, eyebrow elevation, all these things are saying and demonstrating we have liking, we have affiliation. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Analyst initiates three social media stocks, and guess which one is a sell?

“SNAP, +2.39% which Youssef Squali, lead analyst on all three reports, initiated at sell, saying the company has more downside than reflected in analyst estimates” writes Caitlin Huston for marketwatch.com. Snap has a young and “impressive” user base, Squali said, particularly in terms of engagement on the platform.Snap’s user growth, which touched 173 million daily active users in its latest quarter, up 21% from the year-earlier period, is a sign of a healthy base, he said.SunTrust Robinson Humphrey initiated coverage of three big social media platforms Wednesday, taking a bearish…

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Tesla’s ‘cash burn’ likely peaked, one analyst says

“Tesla Inc., fresh from a successful bond sale, is likely to have seen the worst of its money spending and cash burn” writes Claudia Assis for marketwatch.com. TSLA, -0.04% They are expecting the company to burn through about $600 million in cash in the fourth quarter, but said the second quarter “already likely represented the company’s peak cash-burn quarter,” at around $900 million.That’s according to analysts at Guggenheim, who on Tuesday tweaked their earnings expectations for the electric car maker.Tesla’s most-active bonds, the 2.375% notes that mature in March of…

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Apple Watch Series 3 To Have LTE & Non-LTE Models, Analyst Predicts

“The analysts claims that Apple will still continue to offer 38mm and 42mm case sizes for the Apple Watch Series 3” reports ibtimes.com. An analyst claims that the next Apple Watch will have LTE and non-LTE models.This new piece of information about the Apple Watch Series 3 was first brought up by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9To5Mac). Source: ibtimes.com Share This:

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Google paying Apple billions to remain default search on iOS, analyst says

“Alphabet’s Google GOOGL, +0.96% is paying Apple AAPL, +1.37% billions of dollars a year to remain the default search engine on iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone, according to a research note from Bernstein” writes Tech Reporter for marketwatch.com. Citing court documents that indicate Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014, Bernstein analyst A.M. Sacconaghi Jr. made a case that the number will triple in fiscal 2017 to $3 billion.The analyst cautioned that at some point in the future Google could decide that its search business is secure…

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Charts point to trouble for this “Amazon-proof” retailer: Technical analyst

“Home Depot shares were trading in the $154.66 range midday Monday” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. Home Depot shares are up around 15 percent this year, but one top technician warns that the big-box retailer could be in trouble as it gears up to report earnings Tuesday before the bell.”The stock has broken out to new highs, but it could never make a relative high [to the S&P 500],” Worth said Friday on CNBC’s “Options Action.”. “I think the next move is down, and I want to bet against Home…

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North Korea tensions could spark the elusive 5% pullback, leading analyst says

“The uncertainty from tensions over North Korea could provide an elusive pullback in the stock market by 5 percent or more, analyst Edward Campbell told CNBC on Friday” writes Berkeley Lovelace Jr for cnbc.com. Earlier Friday, the markets pointed to a fourth-straight day of losses after President Donald Trump escalated his rhetoric against North Korea.Also on “Squawk Box,” JPMorgan Funds global market strategist Gabriela Santos said she thinks the war of words between Trump and North Korea will pass. Investors are also used to geopolitical stress as a normal market…

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Blue Apron’s stock falls further to half its IPO price after analyst downgrades

“The stock was now down 1.4% at $5.07, and has lost 49% since it closed at its IPO price on the first day of trade” writes Reporter Editor for marketwatch.com. APRN, -1.28% fell as much as 2.7% in morning trade Friday to an intraday low of $5.00, which was exactly half the meal-kit company’s IPO price, before paring some gains.SunTrust analysts followed by downgrading Blue Apron to hold from buy, and Oppenheimer’s Jason Helfstein cut his rating to perform from outperform, saying the company’s story “shifts from growth to capital…

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