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  • ossobucco2012 ossobucco2012 May 3, 2013 8:57 PM Flag

    THE Markets will rally for the rest of 2013 and here is why....

    Both China and Japan will introduce massive stimulus in form of Infrastructure Spending, Environmental Clean-up and Military Expenditures....

    Europe has bottomed out, Germany is going into Elections and Italy and Spain 10-Year Bonds are trading around 4% and ECB just cut the interest rates a couple of days ago....

    THE EU also gave France two more years to balance its books so the same will go for Italy, Spain, Ireland, Portugal and Greece and we will see Eurozone come out of the slump by the end of Q2/2013....

    AS for Mr. Softy, our Windows 7 and 8 will replace over 500 million Windows XP by the end of this year and our Phone and other Mobility products will get a strong foothold in the IT market along with our Cloud/Office 365/Skype and then comes XBOX-720 the ultimate killer....

    I got in MSFT around $26.50 a few months ago and have traded several times on the highs and bought back on the dips adding 10% each time....

    My sense is that we will hit $40.00 in May 2013, so don't you go away, and we will be at $50.00 when the Market sees our Q2/2013 Earnings and our Guidance going forward.



    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Your sense is right on. MSFT is primed to rise nicely on market up days, and I think will be very stingy giving up very little on market down days. Too much business momentum. The time is now. It is finally happening for Mr. Softy.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Cramer says Buy MSFT! Cramer wouldn't steer you wrong, would he?

      Sentiment: Sell

    • Reuters) - With Friday's payrolls report serving as a springboard to lift Wall Street stock indexes to fresh all-time highs, investors are left to contemplate whether the gains will fizzle or if the upward momentum will continue.

      Investors cheered the jobs report on Friday, which showed employment rose at a faster than anticipated pace an April and hiring in the prior two months was much stronger than previously thought.

      With little in the way of economic data on tap next week and earnings season moving into the home stretch, there appears to be little that could derail a move higher.

      "That's the $64,000 question - without a micro or macro focus, what do we shift our attention to?" said Art Hogan, managing director of Lazard Capital Markets in New York.

      "I would argue in a lack of critical information this market has found a path of least resistance to the upside."

      Corporate earnings have improved from earlier market expectations, with the expected earnings growth now at 5.2 percent, up from 1.5 percent at the start of earnings season.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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