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  • lex3y lex3y Feb 15, 2008 10:19 AM Flag

    Time is on MSFT side, Yang ego in the way

    Time is on MSFT side, Yang needs to get pass his ego here and take the deal.

    MSFT could walk and say enough with this girly BS,

    Let's do a deal before the price drop back to the low 20s.

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    • MSFT is on its way up and Yahoo is going back down to an all time low by the year end.

      Several brokerages already said MSFT is paying premium to take YHOO. This is the end for longs.

      There is more downside risk than up.

      • 2 Replies to lex3y
      • true, time is on msft side
        I have no long or short stock position in the stock but I am watching to see if I take a position and can not determine my entry point, it is so risky here, if the deal does not get through, yahoo will tank down to 20 and if msft raise the offer, the max i will gain is another two dollars from here, not worth the risk

        this is a very risky area for entry, so the stock has no new buyers and current holders will make up their mind should they stay or leave, but msft can sit and wait for another six months and will not be hurt in anyway, their last earnings report was great.

      • darlings of the tech. bubble, now mature co.'s, sideways charts.
        MSFT even paying a div. the big difference is that due to ongoing management MSFT, has a future. YHOO could end up like AOL.
        MSFT-Market Cap (intraday)5: 265.70B
        YHOO-Market Cap (intraday)5: 41.60B
        T-Market Cap (intraday)5: 229.13B

        have you heard any comments on the MSFT/YHOO deal from T?
        no, not a peep. hehehehehehe. some partnership, huh?

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