Microsoft has Me Feeling Blue

Kevin Rose, in our fledgling New York Office, explains why the International Fund doesn't own Microsoft. History is not kind to the titans of the technological marketplace.  Even the mightiest seem to fall: IBM, Kodak, Sony, Research in Motion – all once dominant leaders eventually undone. That is a tired cliché, but relevant to the case of Microsoft. By most traditional measures, Microsoft’s stock trades at an inexpensive valuation. It still has an incredible franchise and produces prodigious profits. But one does not invest based on historical profits. In the long term, stock prices will always reflect the market’s expectation...

Kevin Rose, in our fledgling New York Office, explains why the International Fund doesn't own Microsoft.

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