$151.36 0.39 (0.26%)
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PE Ratio 102.27
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Day's Range 150.91 - 152.21
52-Week Range 93.96 - 152.50
Dividend & Yield 1.72 (1.14%)
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A recent report from RBC Capital Markets reveals tech's best stocks to buy now that are most likely to outperform over the next seven years.
In five years’ time, AI will be something in every company’s toolbox. For now, these seven companies are way ahead of the curve.
These dividend stocks deliver both growth and income to investors, even as many in the tech industry resist introducing cash payouts.
By Thomas Niel
There are a few risks. If Azure growth starts to slow, investors may not continue to give Microsoft stock such a high valuation. It may not fall to the valuation levels of Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) and IBM (NYSE:IBM), but its valuation on par with Alphabet may vanish. The competition could also get tougher with AWS; expect the two "cloud kings" to fight toe-to-toe for the biggest piece of the enterprise cloud pie.Compared to other opportunities, Microsoft stock is a solid play. Consider the risks and valuation, but there may be more upside in the near-term.
Investors in their 40's should choose financially sound stocks to buy, especially in today's market where a downturn will likely happen.
Microsoft continues to benefit from cloud investments. But to secure market dominance, it MSFT stock must survive antitrust regulations.
Retail stocks were wounded on Tuesday, as earnings continue to roll in. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Thanks to easing trade tensions, global capital spending trends are set to rebound, and that's great news for these five industrial stocks.
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.
Amazon thinks its cloud is 'objectively superior' to Microsoft's because it has a custom chip called Nitro. Here's everything Amazon says the Pentagon missed with JEDI.
Amazon said in a legal complaint unsealed Monday that it had lost a multibillion-dollar cloud computing contract with the Pentagon because President Trump used "improper pressure" to divert it from the company to harm its chief executive, Jeff Bezos. The Defense Department reviewed outdated submissions from the company and overlooked key technical capabilities, Amazon claimed, saying those errors tipped the scales in favor of Microsoft, which won the contract in October. Amazon had been considered the front-runner for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project, known as JEDI, in part because it had built cloud services for the CIA. Its Amazon Web Services, or AWS, business is also the country's biggest cloud computing provider. But Trump said publicly that other "great companies" should have a chance at the $10 billion contract. Trump said he would take "a very strong look" at the JEDI contract, noting that companies including Microsoft, IBM and Oracle had complained about the award process. Trump has openly criticized Bezos, who owns the Washington Post. The president has accused the paper of spreading "fake news." In its complaint, filed in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, Amazon said that Trump attacked the company behind the scenes to hurt Bezos, "his perceived political enemy." It would be improper for a president to intervene in the awarding of a contract, according to experts on federal contracting. The department "failed to acknowledge the numerous instances in which AWS's demonstrated capabilities vastly exceeded performance requirements - while ignoring instances where Microsoft necessarily failed to demonstrate its solution met the technical requirements," Amazon wrote. "The blatant, inexplicable...
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