REMINDER: Cisco Announces Upcoming Events With the Financial Community
SAN JOSE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/30/10 -- Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) today announced that it will participate in the following events with the financial community during the month of December. The events will be webcast. Interested parties can view these events on Cisco's Investor Relations Web site at http://investor.cisco.com.
Credit Suisse Credit Suisse Annual Technology Conference December 1, 2010 Scottsdale, AZ 8:30am MST / 10:30am EST Laura Ipsen, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Smart Grid Business Unit
NASDAQ OMX NASDAQ OMX Investor Conference December 7, 2010 London, UK 8:30am GMT / 3:30am EST Nick Earle, Senior Vice President European Services and GET
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einen raschen Rebound spekuliert - da dieser nich eingetreten ist, bin ich wieder raus. Du bist wahrscheinlich aufgrund der für dich günstigen Fundamentaldaten längerfristig investiert. Das war nicht meine Absicht - also total kontroverse Anlageabsichten xpfuture
Falling wedge in a downtrend is a decline to a new low on strong volume, several weeks of range-bound trade characterized by lower lows and lower highs with contracting volume, followed by a sharp break higher on strong volume. It is important to note, unlike all other chart patterns, valid falling wedge patterns can be either continuation or reversal patterns.
Falling wedges in downtrends are usually part of larger reversal trends so the implications for the pattern are modest. Technical targets are derived by adding the height of pattern to the eventual breakout level. The breakout level will be determined by a trend line drawn from the area of initial consolidation through the reaction high.
The Wedge Formation is also similar to a symmetrical triangle in appearance, in that they have converging trendlines that come together at an apex. However, wedges are distinguished by a noticeable slant, either to the upside or to the downside. As with triangles, volume should diminish during its formation and increase on its resolve.
A falling wedge is generally considered bullish and is usually found in up-trends. But it can also be found in downtrends as well. The implication however is still generally bullish. This pattern is marked by a series of lower tops and lower bottoms.
Prior Trend: To qualify as a reversal pattern, there must be a prior trend to reverse. Ideally, the falling wedge will form after an extended downtrend and mark the final low. The pattern usually forms over a 3-6 month period and the preceding downtrend should be at least 3 months old.
Upper Resistance Line: It takes at least two reaction highs to form the upper resistance line, ideally three. Each reaction high should be lower than the previous highs.
Lower Support Line: At least two reaction lows are required to form the lower support line. Each reaction low should be lower than the previous lows.
Contraction: The upper resistance line and lower support line converge to form a cone as the pattern matures. The reaction lows still penetrate the previous lows, but this penetration becomes shallower. Shallower lows indicate a decrease in selling pressure and create a lower support line with less negative slope than the upper resistance line.
Resistance Break: Bullish confirmation of the pattern does not come until the resistance line is broken in convincing fashion. It is sometimes prudent to wait for a break above the previous reaction high for further confirmation. Once resistance is broken, there can sometimes be a correction to test the newfound support level.
Volume: While volume is not particularly important on rising wedges, it is an essential ingredient to confirm a falling wedge breakout. Without an expansion of volume, the breakout will lack conviction and be vulnerable to failure.
Cisco ist total ÜBERFÄLLIG für einen Bounce imo. Will nicht wissen wieviel Aktien Short sind, und zu den Preisen werden sicher noch die mit den grossen Taschen eindecken. Vor dem 15. werden sicher noch die Tax-losssellers von letztem Monat wieder zurückkaufen. (Hint: 30day washsale Regel!) Die haben grosse Positionen vom 11.-15. Nov abverkauft und dürfen ihre verluste abschreiben und nach 30 Tagen wieder einkaufen.
Respekt, hervorragend dargestellt. Ich werde mir wohl am MO noch ein paar der noch sehr günstigen Ciscos holen, das ist dann mein 3. (oder 4.?) Kauf seit dem Kurssturz vor wenigen Wochen. Ich denke dass das konkret korrekt die richtige Entscheidung war und ist. ;-)
Danke für die Recherche und ein schönes RestWE an alle hier!
12/05/2010 Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO) Rally In Store for Monday? It's been a tough ride for Cisco Systems Inc (NASDAQ:CSCO) longs lately: Cisco shares are down approximately 21.2% over the past month.
But some are hoping the stock gets back into a groove, possibly as early as Monday morning. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments, which aired on CBS' "60 Minutes" earlier tonight, are widely expected to provide an easy boost for a variety of U.S. equities.
Also, Cisco's recent acquisition of LineSider has received a lot of ink in the technology and IT/networking press, so it is possible that investors will find a fresh reason to be bullish on Cisco -- aside from the obvious point, as one of our readers helpfully pointed out, that global demand for streaming high-definition video may quadruple Internet traffic by 2014.