MSFT

Microsoft

$165.46

(+56.82%)

Since 2019

Price: $

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The longtime software market leader builds business, cloud, and personal computing solutions.

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Historical performances

Last 12 months

56.72%

Last 3 years

37.57%

Last 5 years

33.48%

Last 10 years

21.39%

Last 15 years

15.4%

Since inception

15.4%

Dividend Yield

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1.24%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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2 days ago

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4 days ago

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Invest in Microsoft on Stash

The longtime software market leader builds business, cloud, and personal computing solutions.

Thanks to

fractional shares

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, you can buy as little as $5 worth of Microsoft stock and other companies you know on Stash.

Add a custom amount.

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