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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…


3 Developments That Can Unleash Cisco’s Value

For investors looking for a blue chip name to profit from global growth of information technology, it’s hard not to look at Cisco (CSCO). The San Jose company provides the “guts” of information technology infrastructure – enterprise networks, network routers and switches, and other IT products and services. Cisco’s closest competitor for its core data…


Mark Hurd’s Departure from Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) Brings Buying Opportunity for HP Stock

Mark Hurd’s hastily announced departure from Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) for conduct-related infractions may provide a buying opportunity for investors looking for a good entrée point for this Dow component. The news has initially sent shock waves about the stock with the price falling to close at $41.85 on August 6 when Hurd’s resignation was announced, losing 9.7%…