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Technology Stocks : Microsoft: Windows 97
MSFT 216.46+1.8%Jan 19 3:59 PM EST

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To: Chris Abellera who wrote (28)1/19/1997 2:00:00 PM
From: Kirce Stojanovski   of 74
 
Chris I disagree with you on that one. Microsoft always has good products. And with more and more powerusers out there there will be a need for their products. Before when Microsoft introduced Windows for Workgroups 3.11, how many upgraded from 3.1. Not many. Then they introduced 95. And everybody upgraded.

Their NT 3.0 platform wasn't a big seller. Now look at it, it is the next big operating system. They went from the big seller of 3.5 to 4.0. Atleast where I work we got to have 4.0 or your out of the game.

They are taking a lot of money and putting into R&D. Why is that so bad. Bill Gates is a smart man. If the stock falls big he losses Millions of dollars. He won't let that happen. I will buy if Microsoft falls to $80 as well.

With the kind of market we have, it might. But I don't think so.

Would you of rather had Microsoft say, "Hey we are going great, our next few quarters are going to be a killer?" I'm sure thats what everyone wants. But then if they don't do that they are going to get crushed.

Atleast they told everyone where their money is going (R&D).

Microsoft will open lower tomorrow. But by end of Feb should be at $90. And I believe that is modest.
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