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Microsoft Earnings for Q1 2016 (Nasdaq: MSFT)

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The 2016 Q1 Microsoft earnings, due out after the market close today, are likely to build on the momentum from the last quarter.

But the Q1 Microsoft earnings will contain only a glimmer of the catalysts destined to drive Microsoft stock higher over the next two years.

You see, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) has a new strategy.

Here's how this strategy will generate billions of dollars in future MSFT earnings...

Microsoft Stock to Thrive on This "Borrowed" Strategy (Nasdaq: MSFT)

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The chart for Microsoft stock over the past two years suggests the stock's solid run in 2014 peaked in early 2015.

In 2015, MSFT stock is up less than 3% and has zig-zagged a lot along the way. But don't be fooled. The Microsoft rebound is far from over.

That's because the Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant has adopted a new, promising strategy.

Here's how this new strategy will generate billions of dollars in value for Microsoft investors...

Microsoft's "Steve Jobs Moment" Just Made MSFT Stock a Must-Buy

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has already made his company a force to be reckoned with, setting the once-stagnant tech giant back on a course toward innovation and big returns.

His efforts have helped push MSFT stock up 27% in just 20 months.

But when he took the stage at a New York City press event on Oct. 6, Nadella started to sound a bit like another, more famous tech executive.

That was the instant Nadella unveiled a series of new hardware products coming from a company that is renowned as one of the biggest software firms on the planet.

Of course, Nadella was taking a page out of Steve Jobs' winning playbook. Apple has in fact become more than just a computing company - it's a true tech "ecosystem."

This is some of the most exciting and potentially profitable news we've ever had from Microsoft. Let me show you what's just around the corner - and how it will pack on billions in value for investors...

Microsoft Event More About Windows 10 Than Devices (MSFT)


Today's (Tuesday) Microsoft event was a showcase for a lot of slick new devices, including new Lumia phones, new Surface tablets, and the company's first-ever laptop.

The snazzy hardware is part of Microsoft Corp.'s (Nasdaq: MSFT) goal of rejuvenating the company with an ecosystem that can compete with Apple and Google.

Here's what we learned today about Microsoft's new hardware, and how it fits into that larger strategy...

Why Microsoft Stock Will Get a Spark from Windows 10 (MSFT)

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Wall Street celebrated the official launch of Windows 10 today (Wednesday) by adding 2.25% to Microsoft stock.

Think of that as a first installment on the benefit that Windows 10 will deliver to Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock over the next few years.

And yes, even though Windows 10 is a free upgrade, it has great potential to lift MSFT stock.

Here's how Microsoft will monetize Windows 10...

Microsoft Stock Still a Buy After MSFT Q4 Earnings Loss

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Microsoft stock is suffering from a bad reaction to a Q4 earnings report that, at first blush, looks really awful.

MSFT stock plunged more than 4.5% in after-hours trading Tuesday, thanks to a one-time write-off of the purchase of Nokia's devices unit.

But the reality isn't nearly so bad. Backing out the Nokia charge, Microsoft's EPS was $0.62 - higher than analyst expectations for $0.58.

Here's why Microsoft stock is still a buy...

Expect a Microsoft Dividend Hike in September (Nasdaq: MSFT)

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The Microsoft dividend will rise again in September if the company follows a well-established pattern.

For the past nine years, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) has announced a dividend hike in September to be applied to the next quarter's payout. Over the past 10 years, the MSFT dividend has soared by 287.5%.

The only question now is how big this year's Microsoft dividend hike will be...

Should I Buy Microsoft Stock?

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Whether to buy Microsoft stock is a question investors started to ponder last year as the iconic tech company shed its decade-long status as a perennial laggard.

As Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock soared nearly 40% from November 2013 to November 2014, investors were eager to jump on board.

But since then, investors have had reason to wonder if it's still a good idea to buy MSFT stock.

This question actually has a pretty easy answer...

Here's Why Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Stock Recently Soared

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We've been telling you for a while now that Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) trades like a small-cap - the kind of action investors dream about.

Recently, this old-guard tech company's share price surged - jumping 10.5% in one day.

Here's what fueling their recent (and future) success...

Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Is Not a Sell – Goldman and Citi Are Wrong

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Now that two of Wall Street's biggest names have put an unusual "sell" rating on Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock, investors might be tempted to dump shares of the tech giant.

That would be a mistake.

Both Goldman Sachs and Citigroup have utterly misunderstood what's going on with Microsoft. Both have lowball price targets on Microsoft stock. Both ignored a string earnings beat last month.

They just don't get it.

Microsoft Stock Soars on Earnings Beat, Strong Cloud Growth (MSFT)

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Microsoft stock gained as much as 10% today (Friday) as the company's latest earnings report showed that its "mobile-first, cloud-first" strategy is gaining momentum.

Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) reported its fiscal Q3 earnings yesterday (Thursday) after the market close.

Even with a decline in Windows sales, one of the company's traditional cash cows, Microsoft handily beat Wall Street expectations.

And the areas that outperformed in Q3 clearly are Microsoft's future...

MSFT Stock Price Likely to Get a Push from Earnings

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Microsoft Corp.'s (Nasdaq: MSFT) Q3 earnings don't figure to offer many surprises, but even a small beat will drive up the MSFT stock price.

Microsoft reports earnings tomorrow (Thursday) after the market close.

Microsoft, like longtime partner Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) and most PC makers, has suffered as PC sales have leveled off in recent years. Investors mainly want to know that Microsoft has a viable plan for future growth.

Here's why any sign of progress will have a big impact on the Microsoft stock price...

Low Microsoft Stock Price Today Provides Terrific Buying Opportunity

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The Microsoft stock price has taken a hit this year, down 11.8% on the year.

But don't be fooled by the current troubles of Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock. It has fallen so much that at this point, it may well be oversold at around $40.65 today (Wednesday).

Here's where the Microsoft stock price is headed...

This Tech Sector Pioneer Just Bet on the Newest "10-Bagger"-Plus

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This tech sector pioneer has a virtual reality product guaranteed to excite and enthrall millions. And NASA, even Minecraft, are involved in its creation.

It's not the stuff of science fiction... anymore.

Let's grab some of its extreme growth below Wall Street's radar...

The New Wearable Tech That Lets You Walk on Mars

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We're in the very first stages of a leap in wearable tech that will rival the greatest breakthroughs in how we use computers.

It's called augmented reality. It's a type of holographic projection, but merged with the real world.

And the company at the cutting edge of this revolutionary wearable technology isn't Google, Apple, or Sony.

It's Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT).

Here's how Microsoft jumped to the lead in this next-generation wearable tech, and what it means for Microsoft stock.