Symantec Is on a Steady Climb

Symantec (SYMC) jumped substantially higher on Wednesday, but is this company still worth considering from an investment perspective?

Symantec, whose most notable products include Norton antivirus software and utilities to secure data storage, had its share of glory back in 2003-2004 when it hit highs of $34.05. Since then it has traded as low as $10.05. But this has not really been a company of extremes. After its peak, Symantec pulled lower, but it has been rounding off at those lows, gradually rebuilding its strength. Over the past year it broke free from the congestion that had trapped it for many years, and it has been on a fairly steady climb ever since....351 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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