Thursday, May 04, 2006

Silver lining in Microsoft's stock slide?

CNET "Some investors are viewing Microsoft as a bargain after uncertainty about its investment strategy and development delays pushed the software giant's share price to three-year lows.
Value investors see Microsoft's latest woes as a chance to buy a cash-rich technology company boasting two dominant software franchises--the Windows operating system and Office business software--on the cheap.
'Microsoft is definitely cheap right now,' said Morningstar equity analyst Toan Tran. 'If you're a long-term, patient investor, you're buying one of the great businesses in the world at a very cheap price right now.' "

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