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Anybody have an opinion on Intuit? At 37-38 bucks a share, it seems
awfully cheap. There are 9 million Quicken users, and with the recent
announcement of the Intuit-Microsoft agreement to continue using
Intuit's subsidiary for online transactions, is Intuit a buy? The
IBM-banks announcment probably has scared people away from Intuit,
but banks are usually very inefficient; ever notice all the 386s
sitting in bank offices? I have a hard time imagining all these
loyal Quicken users dumping their product to go with new software.
Opinions on Intuit's stock price over the next 6-12 months?
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