With $57 Billion Microsoft is the King of Cash. Followed by Cisco and Google with $44 Billion and $43 Billion respectively. All in all, technology tops the 12 most cash rich companies with five company’s totaling $201 Billion. Owning any of these companies is considered low risk by Credit Suisse, TheStreet, and S&P. “In the land of … [Read more…]
I am encouraged by this successful launch of Halo: Reach. Microsoft is hitting its best margins on Xbox game software. Additionally, Kinect likely will lead to new uses by new groups of Xbox gaming. I am still holding my maximum investment goal for MSFT.
But what if the tax cuts are extended for some or all including those making over $250K/yr? This could be extra bullish for high dividend yielding stocks.
Based on the six criteria outlined above, MSFT represents an excellent buy and Warren should recognize that. I look for Warren to buy into this value stock.
6 Reasons for Holding MSFT 1. Since the same quarter one year prior, revenues rose by 22.4%. Growth in the company’s revenue appears to have helped boost the earnings per share. 2. MICROSOFT CORP’s return on equity significantly exceeds that of both the industry average and the S&P 500. 3. MSFT has demonstrated a pattern … [Read more…]
Although I am encouraged by the improvement in Bing’s market share, I was expecting a much higher percentage by now after all it’s been more than a year since Bing’s launch date. I rate MSFT a HOLD at the time of this post. I also rate GOOG a HOLD.
I was disappointed this morning when the market was up 133 points on the Dow. Relax in this market, my bottom fishing trade opportunities are still alive and possible. Here is the latest recap on my bottom fishing buys.
Fantastic opportunities once again are presenting themselves to investors. I’m ready with more cash right now.
My thoughts on Tech
Although I am fully invested and won’t be adding shares in MSFT, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy MSFT at this time.