Quick Answer: Will Microsoft Stock Go Down?

Will Microsoft stock drop?

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) stock declined by about 8% between 8th March 2020 and 24th March 2020 (vs.

an 18% decline in the S&P 500), and the stock is down almost 13% since 31st January after the WHO declared a global health emergency in light of the coronavirus spread (vs.

Is Microsoft stock a good buy now?

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is not the most popular stock in this group but hedge fund interest is still above average. Our calculations showed that top 20 most popular stocks among hedge funds returned 41.3% in 2019 and outperformed the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by 10.1 percentage points.

Will Microsoft stock continue to rise?

While the odds of Microsoft’s stock repeating its 2019 performance seem slim given its massive rise, it doesn’t mean the stock can’t continue to climb. If analysts’ forecasts prove to be correct and the company continues its pattern of topping those forecasts than 2020 may prove to be a strong year for the stock.

Is Microsoft a buy or sell?

Style Scorecard

Zacks RankDefinitionAnnualized Return
1Strong Buy24.13%
2Buy17.51%
3Hold9.18%
4Sell4.92%

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Is Microsoft a good long term investment?

Microsoft’s reliable profit margins and revenue growth make its dividend sustainable for the long term. Adding this high-growth business to its stable of legacy products and services like Windows and Microsoft Office Suite provides the company with revenue and diversification benefits.

How high will Microsoft stock go?

Microsoft Corp.’s (MSFT) stock has risen by over 52% in 2019, almost double the pace of the S&P 500, which is up by just over 27%. Even with the big year, some options traders are betting the stock may rise even further to start 2020, climbing to as high at $170.

What stock should I buy today?

2 top AI stocks: Overview

CompanyMarket Cap10-Year Return
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN)$1.2 trillion584%
NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA)$180 billion1,590%
S&P 50070.7%

Is Microsoft stock overvalued?

Microsoft stock is trading at 28.16x its fiscal 2020 earnings estimates of $5.39. Interestingly, MSFT seems clearly overvalued compared to the sector’s median forward PE ratio of 23.32x. Moreover, MSFT is overvalued compared to the tech and comm services industry, based on many multiples.

Who owns the most shares in Microsoft?

Bill Gates

Is Microsoft a good buy for 2020?

When demand is lower than supply, stocks fall. For 2020, Microsoft stock has seen strong demand – i.e., big buying. Software stocks were one of the best performing groups last year.