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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Covered Call Income Generation

Microsoft Inc. (MSFT)

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)  is up today on some good news.  Being a conservative type of investor that likes some protection when I invest, I decided to write an article about how to generate some income that incorporates some downside protection by using a covered call option strategy. 

Microsoft/Yahoo Join as Search Engine Partners

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TGIF for Microsoft: Shares Fall 9% on Q4 Profit Loss

Microsoft Inc. (MSFT)

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares tumbled 12% then managed to gain back a dollar to settle around $23.25 a share after reporting Q4 Net profit falling 29%, there appears to be trouble ahead from MSFT until we hear more on July 30th at the Annual Meeting.

Microsoft Shares up 8% since Monday (3/30)

Microsoft Inc. (MSFT)

Big movement in Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares, Monday the stock was below $17.50, today its almost at $19, welcome back $13 Billion in market cap.

AutoNation Shares up 190% From Low


For those who have not noticed, AutoNation (NYSE:AN) shares have surged 193% from their October 2008 lows. They sell cars .......why?


Microsoft Shares Quietly Move 12% Since Friday

Microsoft Inc. (MSFT)

It takes a mountain to move something as large as Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares and that's what has happen since hitting just under $15 a share last Friday, since then the stock is up 12%+ to $16.93 a share.

Gates Still Buying Trash

Bill Gates

Not a week has gone by this year without Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) founder Bill Gates making large purchases of Republic Services (NYSE:RSG) stock.

The Economy Is in the Dump & Bill Gates Buys Garbage

Bill Gates

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) founder Bill Gates has been buying 1/2 million blocks of Republic Services (NYSE:RSG) almost daily. Time to pay attention.

Bill Gates The Next Tony Soprano?

Bill Gates

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) founder Billl Gates has a thing for trash. He purchased another 500,000 shares of Republic Services (NYSE:RSG) on Monday.

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