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A Quickie With The Cisco Systems

Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 5:34 AM EDT

My Disclaimer
I am not a licensed or registered investment professional. I hold no shares of any company or companies mentioned in this post. I do not follow any company or companies mentioned in this post.

Past and future gains contained in this post are based on actual and anticipated earnings, actual and anticipated dividends, and actual and anticipated price appreciation. Valuations, while given as a specific amount, are always within a valuation range. Investors should be aware that any investment has the potential for loss, and past performance is no guarantee of future results.

I could waste a lot of your time with graphs, charts, and other assorted worthless information all intended to show you that I know something about something when it comes to this company, but the truth is, I know very little about this company. My intent with this post, is to provide you with a brief overview of my various company valuations, all based on the company’s most recent 10-K filing, so you can determine if you have any investment interest.

What They Do
Cisco Systems designs and sells a range of technologies that power the Internet. These technologies include network switches and routers, data centers, wireless networking equipment, security components, VOIP, servers, and workstations. Industry peers include HP, Inc., Alcatel Lucent, Juniper Networks, Inc..

Short-Term Target
My current short-term target for the stock is $55.99, with an initial trailing stop set at $48.47. Based on a recent price of $49.21, upward price movement will find resistance at $51.79 and again at $52.96, with final resistance found at $55.27. Downward price movement will find support at $48.58 and again at $46.71, with final support found at $46.38.

There are many different metrics available to help investors determine the theoretical volatility of a stock as compared to the volatility of the entire market. To me, the beta ratio is the metric that is the most representative of a stock’s volatility. A beta ratio of less than 1 means that the security’s price will be less volatile than the market, while a beta ratio greater than 1 indicates that the security’s price will be more volatile than the market. My current beta ratio for this stock is 1.19.

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