$149.97 1.91 (1.29%)
19:59 EST MSFT Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $149.97
Market Cap 1,152.25B
PE Ratio 101.33
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 23.51M
Day's Range 148.27 - 149.99
52-Week Range 93.96 - 149.99
Dividend & Yield 1.72 (1.15%)
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We think this is a good time to take advantage of bullish momentum in the tech sector by selling a put on Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).
The time is right to buy MSFT stock because Wall Street analysts will eventually see that they have underestimated the company yet again.
International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) may trade in a narrow trading range now that the stock trades ex-dividend. If IBM stock is stuck at between $143....
The DJIA is clawing to new highs and exiting a two-year consolidation range. It's arching towards the 28,000 level for the first time.
NVDA will report its Q3 earnings this week, but Nvidia stock may not be a buy based on its current high valuation.
Canopy Growth stock isn't out of the woods yet, but CGC made a nice rally on Friday. Let's see if the cannabis company can build momentum.
With positive developments in the U.S.-China trade war dialogue, market sentiment has improved significantly. Still, I’d keep my eye on stable blue-chip stocks to buy, just in case.
Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, The Trade Desk, Activision Blizzard and Dropbox were our top stock trades from Friday.
Behind every great stock is a great management team. These five stocks may have the best management teams out there.
The JEDI contract marks a turning point for MSFT stock as defeating Amazon in the cloud computing space could be a sign of things to come
By Ian Cooper
With Microsoft quickly becoming a leader in the cloud market, it’s tough to bet against the stock. MSFT stock could easily test $180 a share.
Microsoft shocked the world with an unexpected $10 billion contract win. Here's why this will power MSFT stock to even greater heights.
Microsoft stock remains a buy, but its continuing success and growth could turn MSFT into a place to maintain rather than increase wealth.
Microsoft stock valuation assumes free cash flow perfection. Microsoft's 3.5% free cash flow yield is not realistic given its recent FCF growth rate.
Matt McCall has his boots on the ground at the Portugal Web Summit this week -- all in the name of uncovering the next big tech stock.
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