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I don't think so. This is why:1- There is no better time for CSCO to use its cash and do share buyback at these prices.2- Funds and institutions may not find a better deal than CSCO at current prices since it pays 2% divi(more in near future) and there is a huge potential for upside.3- Compare a company with over $30 B in net cash and stable income with some risky banks and other stocks. Where do you want to park your money? Of course CSCO.