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Why Microsoft’s Stock Is Finally Set To Reboot

Microsoft’s (MSFT) stock has gone nowhere for over a decade, trading in the $40-$60 range through 1999 and early 2000, and only occasionally breaking $30 since. Currently trading around $26-$27 ($27.12 on September 16 market close), it’s threatening to pierce $30 again. Several factors support the argument that Microsoft’s stock can achieve sustained value above…

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Ford: One More Chance To Get On Board

With the S&P 500 down 14% (as of market close on August 26) from its May 2 post-financial crisis peak, now is a humbling time for most people who own equities. As battered investors try to parse out which stocks represent a bargain from those that are fool’s gold, one candidate is Ford (F). I…

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Managed Funds Association Cites Thoughtsworththinking.net in SEC Filing on Dodd-Frank Study of Short Position Reporting

When hedge funds want to communicate their views in Washington, they turn to the Managed Funds Association (MFA), “the voice of the global alternative investment community.”  With about $1.9 trillion in assets, this industry no doubt expects the highest standards in advocating its interests.  That’s why it was particularly noteworthy to me as the publisher…

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Thoughtsworththinking.net Awarded Two-Star Quality Rating by JoeAnt.com

To better reach readers interested in the content this site offers, I recently submitted Thoughtsworththinking.net for review by JoeAnt.com, one of the most established web site directories on the Internet.  I am pleased to announce that JoeAnt.com has given Thoughtsworththinking.net its two-star “Worth the Trip” rating, reserved for web pages that offer a “Quality site,…

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