Microsoft stock is getting expensive, this fund manager says

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Microsoft (Microsoft Stock Quote, Chart, News NASDAQ:MSFT) has been hanging around its all-time high for a few months now, but is there upside left to the name? Maybe, says Empire Life’s Ashley Misquitta, who claims that it’s unclear whether or not the impending end-of-support for Windows 7 will give a boost to the company’s profits. […]

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