Microsoft Special Dividend 2017 For more than a decade, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been rewarding investors with a steadily increasing stream of dividends. Now, income investors may have something else to look forward to: special dividends. With a potential repatriation.
This Person Changed Microsoft Stock’s Outlook Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been around for 42 years. That’s quite a long history for a company in the fast-changing tech sector. Still, despite its age, Microsoft stock managed to deliver extraordinary returns in.
MSFT Stock Delivering Enormous Returns Some say that small companies have the biggest growth potential. But established companies can deliver solid returns too. Just take a look at Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock. The company was already commanding hundreds of billions.
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Microsoft Stock Provides Rock-Solid Dividends I have said many times that Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock could be a great fit for a dividend portfolio. But people today seem to be more interested in trading. After all, why invest in Microsoft.
MSFT Stock: Great Diversification for Income Investors Many companies in the technology space don’t have long histories of paying dividends. In fact, there are only a handful of technology names which can be relied upon for receiving regular income checks..
Microsoft Stock Keeps Rewarding Dividend Investors Tech companies are not usually known for being great dividend plays, but income investors should make an exception for Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock. The tech sector is probably the fastest-changing place in the stock.
New Business Model Turning Microsoft Stock into Dividend Machine Technology investors today seem to prefer Internet stocks to the decades-old Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock. I mean, who cares about Microsoft stock—a $450.0 billion market cap behemoth—when there are Internet companies.