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Microsoft's strategy in China, where rampant software piracy is one of the biggest challenges, is to direct the sales and marketing efforts toward local government and public organizations, which has been its bread and butter in the U.S. Microsoft earns as much in China as it does in the Netherlands, a country whose population is just about 1% of China. Even with a similar amount of PC sales, Microsoft's revenues from China are about 5% of its U.S. revenues.
Good news for MSFFT:
An appeals court has ruled that Motorola (GOOG) can't enforce a patent injunction stopping Microsoft from selling its Xbox 360 and certain Windows software in Germany. As Microsoft had sued Motorola for breach of contract in the U.S. prior to the latter's suit in Germany, U.S. courts have the authority to stay the German injunction
The discounted earnings suggests that the company is currently trading at a solid discount.
Fair stock price valuation indicates that currently undervalued MSFT stock has at least 25% upside potential to reach its fair value.
IMO Microsoft is poised to gain from its upcoming product launch, making this a prime time for investors to buy, and profit from, the technology giant's stock.
Asian shares and the euro rose on Tuesday after a surprising expansion in U.S. factory activity helped investors override concerns about weak overall global growth, and some market players said riskier assets should continue to find support.
Nice day for all of US!
Bought MSFT@29.44 yesterday.
On October 26, Microsoft is set to launch Windows 8 in conjunction with its Surface tablet. Microsoft's new software platform is a fusion of conventional personal computer, tablet, and smartphone interfaces. For example, Windows 8 users can enter desktop commands through touch screen technology, before picking up a Microsoft Surface tablet and toggling through tiles that open up Excel calculations.