The Microsoft Money Machine Delivers Again

Incredibly Microsoft had $136.636 billion in cash and equivalents on 30 September 2019. Moreover, Microsoft’s cash and equivalents grew from $133.819 billion on 30 June 2019. Thus, Microsoft is an incredibly cash-rich company that could make some big acquisitions if Satya Nadella wishes.

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Is Tiffany & Co making money?

The revenue shrinkage at Tiffany’s is odd, because its customer base; rich people, is growing.

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Is Capital One Making Money?

Capital One is the fifth largest credit card company in the United States. USA Today estimates Capital One has $336.91 billion; or a little over 10%, of the $3 trillion American credit card market.

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Is Toyota Making Money?

Toyota is making a lot of money from all those cars. For instance, the company reported an annual gross profit of $49.80 billion for the fiscal year ending 31 March 2019.

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How Safe is Procter & Gamble?

Therefore, Procter & Gamble owns the laundry detergent business in the United States. Moreover, six of the top 10 US laundry detergents are P&G products, Statista reports.

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The Profit at MasterCard (MA)

Value investors will like  the Profit at MasterCard (MA) because the company is generating a lot of cash.

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Apple (AAPL) is a value investment because of the old Apple magic

In particular, “the Apple good, all other techs bad belief,” creates a base of loyal Apple customers. More importantly, those zombies give Apple a steady stream of cash it can tap for R&D or other purposes.

Therefore, one of Apple’s biggest value attributes is its reputation. To explain, the reputation brings in a lot of business at little or no cost. Hence, the reputation helped make Apple a value investment at $170.18 a share on 14 February 2019.

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How Much Money is Oracle Making?

Shockingly, Oracle is also a good dividend stock. Oracle investors received a 19¢ payout on 31 July 2018. That payout was a 4¢ increase over 2017 when investors received 15¢ a quarter.

Importantly, Oracle has reported six straight years of dividend growth. Oracle investors enjoyed a dividend yield of 1.58%, an annualized payout of 76¢ and a payout rate of 24.9% on 17 August 2018.

Therefore, Oracle has two obvious advantages to Alphabet as a stock. It is cheaper, and it pays a dividend. Oracle by than Google for average people seeking a growth stock.

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