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4/19/2013 | 7:15:37 AM
re: Microsoft Earnings: 5 Questions
11 year long CFO stepped down. This is the real news, and the meaning is clear and simple: shares have been inflated as possible, gouging out any drop of profit from existing user base raising prices worsening license terms in new services.
The runaway has begun years ago, and now it has reached the turning point, users are fleeing faster than profits/user can be forcibly inflated, so it is the right time to step down, sell shares and watch the sheep falling while trying to fly.


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