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Why I’m Shorting Microsoft (MSFT)


The classic tech behemoth, Microsoft, has both a consumer and business customers. Most of us are familiar with its consumer side, though its business side is actually which brings in most of its revenues. Most of my knowledge is about Microsoft’s consumer side, whose prospects are looking increasingly atrocious in my opinion.
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Why Most Investors Buy High And Sell Low

The old stock market saying “buy low and sell high” is the opposite of what most individual investors do. While investors obviously want to see increasing returns, most inadvertently end up “buying high and selling low” instead. This is largely the result of human psychology and our tendency of wanting to chase yesterday’s hot returns.
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Shorting Stock Bubbles

Going short, betting that a stock will go down, is something that only experienced investors should do. When you short a stock, you sell shares of the stock without actually owning them (your brokerage borrows the shares for you which enables you to sell them later). You later must purchase back the shares, which is known as covering. When you short a stock, you hope to sell high and then later buy back low.
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Some Thoughts On Google (GOOG)


One stock I bought during the March freefall was Google (GOOG). I bought some originally at around $520 and then after it dipped, some more in the $420-$450 range.

After outperforming in its recent quarter, the stock is trading around $575 right now. I’ve taken a bit off the table, but I still have about 80%+ of my shares. I’m still deciding what sort of price I’d sell it at. To me, it was an obvious and clear buy when it was in the low $400′s, but now I’m not so sure. Here are my pros and cons:
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