$165.05 0.08 (0.05%)
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Previous Close $165.13
Market Cap 1,268.11B
PE Ratio 111.52
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 73,015
Day's Range 165.13 - 165.13
52-Week Range 118.58 - 190.70
Dividend & Yield 1.72 (1.04%)
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These stocks to buy represent diverse industries, but they have a lot in common. Each company offers big growth and steady income now.
Tech stocks are receiving a much-needed boost today. Here are three of the best large-caps in the sector to buy.
By Ian Cooper
With NVDA stock, ignore the noise and focus on the long-term opportunity. Once the smoke clears, the stock is likely to run back to $300.
In times of turbulence, quality matters, and as far as high quality stocks go, these four are the cream of the crop.
These seven stocks to buy offer unique opportunities after the coronavirus has dragged the markets down and caused a seismic shift.
Microsoft stock is boosted by more than just Windows and Surface PC sales, as Azure and other cloud software still lead its growth.
With the coronavirus shuttering business for a while, MSFT can truly market its cloud services, making a strong contrarian case for Microsoft stock.
In better news, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he backs the idea of cash payments of $1,000 to adults and $500 to kids over the next several weeks if Congress supports the effort. It's possible that another round of payments could be delivered at a later date if the economy continues to languish.
These tech stocks are looking better as the markets found a little room to breathe into the end of the trading week.
Networking stocks are on the rise, as employees are forced to work from home. Here are three names that should thrive even after the crisis.
We took possession of Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) common stock in early March for $175 per share, and we want to use the stock to generate income while we wait for the market to find a bottom.
Strong performances by Microsoft's cloud business and Teams should lift Microsoft stock once the coronavirus epidemic eases.
Microsoft stock is down 29% from February highs, which seems like an obvious overreaction. But it's not if something else is at play.
Microsoft stock is getting pounded, but this may be an example of investors needing to calm down and embrace a rare buying opportunity.
Microsoft, the Dow Jones, Dave & Busters, Shake Shack and Penn National Gaming are our top stock trades for Tuesday after a historic day.
America's five biggest companies are all getting slammed because of the coronavirus, but these large-cap stocks won't suffer forever.
By Ian Cooper
While Microsoft may be one of the best opportunities, it's best to avoid MSFT stock until we have further clarity on the JEDI contract issue.
Bill Gates thinks schools will reopen in the fall, but the economy won't magically return to the way it was before
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