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    Tony
    Microsoft price target raised to $345 from $330 at Barclays.
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    Mucho
    Lovely comeback from Softy and we didn’t give back any of yesterday’s jaw dropping gain as we finished in green pastures. We’ve already had a stellar year with a YTD gain including dividends just shy of 40%. Any gains from here to year end is gravy or as I like to say……..Salsa jeje 😎
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    Steven
    I love how people come to message boards with a big announcement that the market is crashing!!!! Seriously, investors aren't the ones you need to warn. If the market crashes, investors aren't the ones that will be hurt. Investors have money set aside in safe funds to go get in the event of a crash or correction. It's a buying opportunity for us, not a life-changing event. I made more money during 2020 as a result of the COVID pandemic than I had in the 3 years prior.

    What you should do is go warn single parents, low income inner city folks, young people who are still looking for a job out of college. People who will actually feel it.
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    Mark
    I bought about $11,000.00 MSFT few years ago and then forgot about it. Now the balance is about $33,000.00. A very true story...
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    Rodney
    Hello, Im new at this. How much will cost the MSFT share after the 60B buyback?
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    Neal
    the market is manipulation today. Facebook, Google, apple and Microsoft are all down 1.55 percent. 4 stocks basically the same. no bad news on Microsoft. analyst upgrades.
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    dajie
    Barclays analyst Raimo Lenschow maintained Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) with an Overweight and raised the price target from $330 to $345.
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    SoapySmith
    Don’t worry temporary set back !
    We will recover next week come on 4th quarter holiday season always good for MSFT and Apple !
  • T
    Tony
    Microsoft price target raised to $366 from $303 at Tigress Financial.
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    Murad
    Man 60 Billion to buyback stock not bad. Also nice divvy raise I would prefer a special dividend though so I can go in and buy stock with it .
  • D
    Dave
    Look at the 30 year chart for MSFT. Buy, set it and forget it
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    Mucho
    60 Billion stock buy back, increase in dividend and promotion to the brilliant Brad Smith as Vice Chair. Damas y Caballeros that is what’s called the triple crown. Well done MSFT. Hasta $325 😎
  • C
    Chris
    This is a must own stock.
    1) Net cash balance sheet.
    2) Strong growth prospects- Azure Cloud
    3)Shareholder friendly, buybacks dividends and reinvesting back in the business.
    4)Strong management
    5)Reasonable valuation in an expensive market.
  • H
    Hello
    Microsoft will still be around for many years now, why sell a great stock!?
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    S
    (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp., the world’s largest software maker, announced its largest ever stock-repurchase program of as much as $60 billion, at a time when U.S. lawmakers are considering a tax on buybacks.
    The company’s recent resurgence has given it a market value north of $2.2 trillion, making it the second-most valuable publicly traded company after a 35% rise in its shares over 2021. Its previous buyback plan, unveiled in September 2019, was for $40 billion.
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    Mucho
    Well that was thoroughly enjoyable. Within spitting distance of yet another high. Like a fine race car hitting on all cylinders. The hybrid cloud will continue to power MSFT upwards. 60 Billion shares is a whole lotta coin 😎
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    SoapySmith
    Sept 14 (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday its board had authorized a new share buyback program of up to $60 billion, while also raising the quarterly dividend by 11%.
    The new dividend of $0.62 per share is an increase of 6 cents over the previous quarter's dividend.
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    Neal
    all time closing high today. new highs on Friday.
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    jim
    I've tried some all in trades to try to make up for not having saved enough at that point in my life. Apple first and then Amazon and timing the ups and downs had one good call and one really bad one. Who would go nearly all in on one stock? I guess I don't learn and did it again with Microsoft at the beginning of 2020. What a company. What a CEO. So much repetitive revenue without a lot of effort. Love the future prospects.
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    Gilgamesh
    $60 billion in buy-backs, and we're still negotiating the low 300s? Let's see what happens by mid-week.