JNPR Stock Forecast: PTX, 400 Gig, and Contrail will Drive Juniper Networks’ Revenue


This article was written by Kwon Sok Oh, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.    


  • Juniper Networks Delivers Better-Than-Expected Results for Q1 2018

  • Cloud Routing is Suffering Short Term due to the Transition from MX to PTX

  • Cloud Switching has Positive Outlooks Attributable to 400 Gig Development

  • Service Provider is Looking Strong Thanks to Contrail and SD WAN

  • Valuations Methods Suggest JNPR is Currently Underpriced

  • I Know First’s Algorithm Forecast is Bullish for JNPR in the Long Run

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AT&T Time Warner Deal: Time Warner Cable (TWX) Merger with AT&T: “Too Big” to Exist?

  This article was written by Esther Hanon, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.     Image result for time warner at&t

[Source: CNN Money, April 24th, 2018]

Time Warner Cable and AT&T Battle the DOJ In Response to Potential Merger: 

“Netflix, Amazon and Google have enormous potential to bring new content to consumers but for at least many years to come, they have to go through AT&T and Comcast to get to their customers.That gives AT&T enormous market power.”

--  Gene Kimmelman, a former antitrust attorney for the DOJ


  • AT&T for months has been facing off against the Department of Justice which is seeing to block its merger deal with Time Warner, which controls channels like HBO, CNN, and Warner Bros. Studios.
  • AT&T says the deal would allow it to compete with firms, like Netflix and Amazon, which are seeking to dominate online streaming. The government is arguing the combination would give AT&T too much power and ultimately would lead to higher prices for consumers.
  • Chief Executive Randall Stephenson tells a judge the DOJ's antitrust claims against AT&T's purchase of Time Warner Inc. were “absurd” rejecting the government’s arguments that the enlarged company would use its powers to raise prices.
  • The Justice Department is arguing that the AT&T-Time Warner merger ultimately will means consumers will pay more — 45 cents a month more, according to its calculations. AT&T said those calculations are wrong

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Verizon Stock Forecast: 5G Developments and Acquisition

This article was written by Blair Goldenberg, a Financial Analyst at I Know First, and enrolled in a Masters of Finance at Colorado State University.

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  • Verizon (VZ) Stock Analysis
  • I Know First Algorithm Bullish Forecast For VZ

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AT&T: A Bullish Algorithmic Perspective

AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is the second-largest wireless telecommunications provider in the United States, with nearly 190 million subscribers nationwide (including landline), and more than 116.6 million mobile customers. As of May 2014, according to Forbes, T is also the twenty-third largest company in the world, and the sixteenth-largest, if we exclude oil. While the company experienced a very problematic phase when it implemented its 3G network, and while investors seem to see it as a problematic stock, given its competition with Verizon (NYSE:VZ) and its failure to meet Wall Street expectations, T may not be as poor an investment as it is painted to be, given recent developments and its steady dividend.


Analyst opinion and public reception reveal that AT&T's progress has not gone unnoticed. T recently won two innovation awards at the Mobile World Congress, one of them for Digital Life. Analysts are also not overly critical -Yahoo! Finance calls T a solid hold, as does Reuters; the Motley Fool goes so far as to label T a moderate buy (Figures 1, 2, 3).