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Dow Jones Industrial Index: Microsoft

Dow Jones Industrial Index: Microsoft

Dow Jones Industrial Index: Microsoft   Microsoft Stock Software giant Microsoft rose 1.6% on Monday. The stock is trying to move above a favorable purchasing point at 228.22. Microsoft shares are also ranked among the IBD Leaders. Investors will closely follow the growth of Microsoft's cloud computing business Azure. Analysts are expecting a 41.4 percent increase in Azure sales. Microsoft released two new Xbox models in November. Finance Director Amy Hood said the company expects revenue growth of only 40 percent in gaming hardware parts. With the newly released consoles, it is inevitable that Microsoft's GamePass, which has 15 million subscribers...

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Dow Jones Industrial Index: Apple

Dow Jones Industrial Index: Apple

Dow Jones Industrial Index: Apple According to IBD MarketSmith chart analysis, Apple is one of the largest Dow Jones shares in a new buyout zone at 138.89, with a brief rise of over 4 percent on Monday. Stocks earnings fell to 2.8 percent. In recent weeks, Apple shares have climbed above aggressive records at 125.49 and 122.09. According to IBS Stock Control, Apple stock scores 87 of the 99 best possible IBD Composite Rating. Composite Rating is an easy way to identify the most growing stocks. It is a metric that includes the mix of fundamentals and techniques to help investors...

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Series of Dow Jones Stocks to Buy or Watch in January 2021

Series of Dow Jones Stocks to Buy or Watch in January 2021

Series of Dow Jones Stocks to Buy or Watch in January 2021   The Dow Jones Industrial Index, keeping pace with the current rise of the stock market, reached record levels again in this period past half of January. The most important Dow Jones shares to watch in January 2021; Apple, Microsoft and Visa (V). As we move into the first month of 2021, the winners and losers are clear. The highest performing Dow Jones shares in 2020 were Apple (AAPL) with 80.8 percent, Microsoft (MSFT) with 41 percent and Nike (NKE) with 39.6 percent progress. The biggest losers in 2020...

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Warren Buffett Says All Successful Leaders Have One Thing In Common

Warren Buffett Says All Successful Leaders Have One Thing In Common

Warren Buffett Says All Successful Leaders Have One Thing In Common   Warren Buffett has always found a way to get his words across. The biggest investor this generation has ever seen gave us countless advice to inspire us. In a letter from Warren Buffett to Berkshire Hathaway's shareholders in 2015, he outlined in a few words how one must achieve leadership's greatness: Much of what you become in life depends on who you choose to admire. This was a reference to exceptional leader Tom Murphy, who taught Buffett everything he knew about running a company. Murphy founded Capital Cities Communications,...

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Earnings Expectations Analysis: Microsoft & Starbucks

Earnings Expectations Analysis: Microsoft & Starbucks

Earnings Expectations Analysis: Microsoft & Starbucks Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) The company is expected to report adjusted net income of $ 12.4 billion on sales of $ 40.2 billion, or $ 1.64 per share, after the market closed Tuesday, according to a FactSet survey of 29 analysts. Compared to the same period of the previous year, the company posted $ 10.7 billion in net income or $ 1.51 per share from sales of $ 36.9 billion. The stock has gained 5.5% since the company's last reported earnings report on October 27. For the next quarter, analysts estimate adjusted net income of $...

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