Cisco Production Expected to Accelerate and 3 Stock Analyses Making Rounds

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EnerNOC, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENOC): According to Pacific Crest, a final EPS rule regarding the use of diesel backup generation for emergency demand response will have only slightly impact EnerNOC. The firm is convinced that the company has the ability to meet its 2013 guidance regardless of how the EPA rule looks, and the firm recommends purchasing the stock on any volatility associated with the rule. Pacific Crest keeps its Outperform rating on the stock.

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) product order rate is predicted by MKM Partners to accelerate. and the firm believes that the company continues to be in an ideal positioned to define the next generation of holistic Intelligent Networks. Shares have a Buy rating and a $25 price target.

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Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:ARIA): After it surveyed doctors, Oppenheimer is convinced that physicians are more cautious regarding the side effects of ARIAD’s Iclusig drug for refractory CML as a result of the FDA forcing the company to include a boxed warning for the drug. The firm believes that there is a bit of downside risk for consensus estimates, and it keeps its Perform rating on the stock, despite its continued confidence in the drug’s long-term outlook.

NetApp, Inc.¬†(NASDAQ:NTAP)¬†risk/reward ratio is viewed by Stifel Nicolaus as being more attractive than that of EMC (NYSE:EMC), due to the firm’s belief that NetApp is more likely to report higher than expected 2013 EPS and see its multiple expand. The firm has decided to keep Buy ratings on both stocks.

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