Microsoft

NASDAQ: MSFT
$153.83
-$1.43 (-0.9%)
Closing price April 3, 2020
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included CBOE, Citrix Systems, Etsy, Intercontinental Exchange, Lululemon Athletica, Microsoft, Peloton Interactive, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Twitter...
Jon C. Ogg
Sometimes it's just the relative performance that really matters to investors. Imagine saying, "Gee, that's great because it's only down 10% in this awful stock market."
Jon C. Ogg
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apache, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Dollar General, Microsoft, NXP Semiconductors, Salesforce.com, Sirius XM, Slack and Yelp.
Jon C. Ogg
Is this one of best opportunities to buy stocks in the past 50 years? It is pretty obvious that portfolio managers are using the massive drop to add to positions in these five stocks, which look like...
Lee Jackson
Investors have not shaved a tremendous amount of value from mega-cap public corporations. Two American companies still have market caps above $1 trillion.
Douglas A. McIntyre
As the U.S. economy starts to shut down, cash is king. These 10 public corporations have a tremendous amount of cash on their balance sheets.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Ericsson, Microsoft, Mylan, Novavax, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, Qualcomm, Square and Starbucks.
Jon C. Ogg
A consortium of federal agencies, research universities, and private industry is offering researchers looking at stopping the coronavirus pandemic access to the most powerful supercomputers in the...
Paul Ausick
Microsoft announced Monday that there are now a billion active machines running the Windows 10 operating system. However, this goal was reached two years later than expected.
Chris Lange
24/7 Wall St. wanted to see which companies have the best chance at not having to lower their dividends at all and those that almost certainly will retain much of their current dividends in a...
Jon C. Ogg
During the most recent bull market, the technology sector was perhaps the biggest winner. With the advent of this bear market, we’ve seen incredible losses across the board.
Chris Lange
Even with reductions in share price, companies with iron-clad balance sheets, active customer bases that will not be decimated by the spread of COVID-19 and high yields that are unlikely to be cut...
Douglas A. McIntyre
Friday's top analyst calls included Amazon, Adobe, AMD, Apple, BlackRock, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Deere, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Oracle and Slack.
Jon C. Ogg
Here are 10 market darlings that simply could not get enough love just a month ago but in which the share price has come down drastically and investors should expect the target prices to fall in the...
Jon C. Ogg
Aggressive accounts may want to slowly scale in some capital to start building positions in these five top companies, which all should still be standing long after the COVID-19 threat has been...
Lee Jackson