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Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Earnings: All eyes on Cisco

Cisco (CSCO) will announce its Third Quarter 2005 earnings results today after market close. Analysts estimate earnings per share of $0.22 ($0.21–$0.24) and total revenue of $6.16B ($6.12B–$6.20B), next quarter estimates are $0.24 ($0.22–$0.25), and revenue for $6.50B ($6.26B–$6.69B).

Analyst Estimates for CSCO

Currently, CSCO is trading at $18.10, giving forward EPS 17.75.

I would say, the market sees Cisco in too negative light. If I had to bet, I would go long with Cisco at current level ($18.10).

Listen to CSCO conference call (Scheduled to start Tue, May 10, 2005, 4:30 pm Eastern)

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