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Microsoft falls as Oppenheimer cuts price target, tech giant seen giving cautious outlook

Jul. 11, 2022 9:27 AM ETMicrosoft Corporation (MSFT) StockATVIBy: Chris Ciaccia, SA News Editor9 Comments

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Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares fell on Monday as investment firm Oppenheimer cut its price target on the tech giant, noting it expects a more cautious outlook when it reports quarterly results later this month.

Analyst Timothy Horan lowered his

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I once had a brilliant Aviation photograher friend Herman, who sadly died doing what he loved best in a Plane crash, .
His favourite response to individuals with supect motives or intelligence was: How can I soar like an Eagle when I am surrounded by Turkeys.
When I read the negative articles about the Microsoft of today by some of the Seeking Alpha scribes, I get the same feeling as my deceased mate.
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MSFT always drops no matter what.
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@Diesel Pretty sure that's inaccurate since I bought it at $24/sh
Strong diversified company with fortress financials. When market corrects everyone jumps on the gloom and doom bandwagon. Microsoft is one of the best bets to be up rather than down in tn3 future
300 how about 100
More cuts in price targets is exactly what the stock market badly needs to deflate the bubble.
Quality company, excellent management.
There could be one more dip, if msft deal fails, still money in the bank
"Analyst Timothy Horan lowered his price target to $300 from $340"

The man is still bullish folks. Stay LONG!

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