Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)

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NASDAQ : Technology Services
Prev Close 95.00
Open 95.74
Day Low/High 94.63 / 96.29
52 Wk Low/High 65.45 / 97.24
Volume 15.17M
Avg Volume 33.58M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 7.70B
Market Cap 740.03B
EPS 2.70
P/E Ratio 78.14
Div & Yield 1.68 (1.68%)

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Should You Fear Earnings From Mega-Cap Tech Names Like Google and Microsoft?

Should You Fear Earnings From Mega-Cap Tech Names Like Google and Microsoft?

Investors have had it pretty easy this earnings season. But results from big-cap tech names could set a clear tone in the market for the rest April and into May.

Last Week's Portfolio Changes

We raised one price target and downgraded three names last week.

U.S. Earnings On Pace for Best Season in Two Decades but Tech Giants Await

U.S. Earnings On Pace for Best Season in Two Decades but Tech Giants Await

U.S. companies are on pace to record their strongest collective earnings in two decades as tax cuts and low interest rates boost profits, but the market's key test will come from the world's biggest tech companies, which starting reporting first quarter earnings this week.

Not Thankful for Fridays: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/20/18)

Not Thankful for Fridays: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/20/18)

Jim Cramer says analysts and trade woes put a damper on buying ahead of the weekend. So let's get the game plan for next week.

Weekly Roundup

Markets give up some gains Thursday and Friday, ahead of heavy earnings next week.

Market Weakness Shows Need For Discipline

Sales into strength leave us with money to put to work during earnings season.

Jim Cramer: Intel Is in No Man's Land

Jim Cramer: Intel Is in No Man's Land

There's a big hate on hardware and I don't see what's going to change that.

A Flash Flood of Selling: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/19/18)

A Flash Flood of Selling: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/19/18)

Interest rates, inflation and bonds all add up, says Jim Cramer. And now, the trade war with China's getting ugly.

Amazon Now Seems to View Prime as Untouchable, and 4 Other Bezos Takeaways

Amazon Now Seems to View Prime as Untouchable, and 4 Other Bezos Takeaways

The Amazon founder's latest shareholders contains interesting disclosures not only about Prime, but also about his company's AI investments, Indian growth and workplace culture.

Adding to Nordstrom

Today's weakness is the opportunity we have been patiently waiting for.

Jim Cramer: The Race to Be the First Trillion Dollar Company

Jim Cramer: The Race to Be the First Trillion Dollar Company

The handicapping shows an insanely close race: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.

Either Respect Amazon When Investing or Risk Getting Run Over

Either Respect Amazon When Investing or Risk Getting Run Over

Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.

Just How Bad Is Facebook's Diversity Problem?

Just How Bad Is Facebook's Diversity Problem?

Facebook's board of directors has only one minority member. While that's not that unusual for Silicon Valley giants, it's potentially a bigger problem for Facebook than for its rivals.

How to Use Bitcoin for Purchases

How to Use Bitcoin for Purchases

Bitcoin can be an investment, but it's also a currency. And a store that accepts bitcoin payments may be closer to you than you think.

Market Bulls Are Building Momentum, but May Have to Wait for More Key Earnings

Market Bulls Are Building Momentum, but May Have to Wait for More Key Earnings

Alphabet earnings on Monday night is likely the next report to provide any real excitement.

IBM's Post-Earnings Selloff Suggests Investors Are Running Out of Patience

IBM's Post-Earnings Selloff Suggests Investors Are Running Out of Patience

The IT giant once more posted results that look less impressive after one goes over the fine print. And investors seem to be even less forgiving than before.

Locking in Some Gains on Microsoft and DowDuPont

We will book a first-time profit in a name near its all-time high, and another that has swiftly rebounded off recent weakness.

Weekly Roundup

The markets bounced back on easing trade tensions and the banks kicked off first-quarter earnings season.

Two Enterprise Tech Companies That Look Poised for Strong IPOs

Two Enterprise Tech Companies That Look Poised for Strong IPOs

eSignature leader DocuSign and cloud app platform provider Pivotal Software look ready to join the list of enterprise tech firms to deliver robust debuts this year. DocuSign especially.

Walmart Would Have its Hands Full Fighting Amazon if it Buys India's Flipkart

Walmart Would Have its Hands Full Fighting Amazon if it Buys India's Flipkart

The bricks-and-mortar retail giant is reportedly near a deal to take a controlling stake in Flipkart. But Amazon's Indian momentum and investments could make it tough for a deal to pay off.

Will Trump Torpedo the Stock Market Over the Weekend?

Will Trump Torpedo the Stock Market Over the Weekend?

The bull market in stocks could be met with new fire over the weekend in the form of U.S. action in Syria. Are you a buyer here?

Facebook? Why I Like Twitter and Microsoft as Investments Instead

Facebook? Why I Like Twitter and Microsoft as Investments Instead

I do not feel that any of these four - GOOGL, MSFT, TWTR, SNAP - actually offer direct competition to Facebook.

Why You Can Not Think of Saying That Stocks Have Bottomed: Market Recon

Why You Can Not Think of Saying That Stocks Have Bottomed: Market Recon

The mindset has changed...times are different.

Dow Surges as China's Xi Helps Ease Trade Tensions; Facebook Shares Jump

Dow Surges as China's Xi Helps Ease Trade Tensions; Facebook Shares Jump

Stocks surge after Chinese President Xi Jinping pledges to open more sectors to foreign companies.

3 Top Tech Stock Ideas for Investors Planning for Retirement

3 Top Tech Stock Ideas for Investors Planning for Retirement

These large-cap tech stocks could work for long-term investors craving low risk, reasonable valuations and meaningful dividends.

Please Stop - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Won't Crash the Market While in D.C.

Please Stop - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Won't Crash the Market While in D.C.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will do his best in front of lawmakers on Tuesday to defend his company. Hopefully, he won't sink the stock market in the process.

Stocks Rise on Softer U.S. Approach in China Trade War

Stocks Rise on Softer U.S. Approach in China Trade War

Stocks rise Monday following tweets from Donald Trump that appeared to indicate the U.S. was softening its approach in its trade battle with China.

Amazon's Cloud Is Still in a League of Its Own (Sorry, Microsoft and Google)

Amazon's Cloud Is Still in a League of Its Own (Sorry, Microsoft and Google)

New product announcements and the drama surrounding a big Pentagon contract act as fresh signs that Amazon Web Services still has big competitive advantages against hungry rivals.

TheStreet Quant Rating: C+ (Hold)