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  • jjdbruno jjdbruno Sep 10, 2006 1:13 PM Flag

    Which vers of Quicken for stock transac

    I guess if you want to narrowly define "markets" in which they compete, you could say INTU has some leader products.

    However - According to category data, Microsoft is the leading software publisher in the world and H&R Block is the leading tax preparation company.

    Got to give INTU credit, though. They keep claiming they are the leader. They certainly have you convinced. It's cute to watch.

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    • >>>I guess if you want to narrowly define "markets"

      I'm sorry, I sometimes forget buffoons read these boards.

      Market Category - Personal Financial Software

      Market Leader - Quicken

      Market Category - Small Business Accounting Software

      Market Leader - QuickBooks

      Market Category - Individual Tax Preparation Softare

      Market Leader - TurboTax

      >>>Got to give INTU credit, though. They keep claiming they are the leader.

      Intuit doesn't have to "claim it". The above are facts not in dispute by anyone. Intuit is such a dominant force in the markets where it competes that MS tried to buy the company. What's the MS tax product? What's the MS Small business offering? Failures. H&R Block isn't doing so well these days either.

      >>>They certainly have you convinced.

      They certainly do. I use all of the Intuit products and own the stock.

      >>>It's cute to watch.

      Just keep watching.

    • I guess I you want to narrowly define "markets" in which they compete, you could say MSFT and HRB have some leader products.

      However - According to category data, WalMart is the leading consumer services company (retail is a service). So HRB is really just a cute little "player" in the services space.

      Also - Accorder to category data, P&G is the leading consumer products company, much more successful than that little company in Redmond.

      Got to give you credit though, you are exceptional at demonstrating your inability to construct a cogent argument. You're an idiot. I suggest you look into t-bills, they're safer for people like you and might keep you from hurting yourself with all this thinking and stuff.

 
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