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Microsoft Corporation

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249.20

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25.82P/E
21Forward P/E
1.43P/E to S&P500
1.859TMarket CAP
1.00%Div Yield

Microsoft Corporation

NASDAQ:MSFT

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PRICE

249.20

P/E
RATIO

25.82

(PEG:1.33)

P/E RATIO
RELATIVE
TO S&P

1.43

DIV
YLD

0.86%

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% total return 10/22:

Stock

S&P

1y.

0

0

3y.

0

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5y.

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Percent shares traded:

0

0

0

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Fiscal year

4.24

1.21

1.23

0.34

5.25

1.44

1.59

0.39

6.48

1.90

1.98

0.43

6.53

1.63

1.78

0.50

7.09

2.13

2.51

0.52

8.24

2.73

2.90

0.61

8.78

2.02

3.49

0.76

9.30

2.61

2.93

0.89

10.46

2.66

3.22

1.07

11.44

1.49

2.83

1.21

10.77

2.12

3.15

1.39

11.61

2.74

4.05

1.53

14.33

2.15

4.19

1.65

16.40

5.11

4.99

1.80

18.79

5.82

5.94

1.99

22.27

8.12

7.44

2.19

26.45

9.70

8.69

2.42

Revenue per share

Earnings per share

Free Cash Flow per sh

Dividends per share

0.15

3.84

0.23

3.19

0.34

3.89

0.35

4.42

0.22

5.24

0.28

6.72

0.27

7.90

0.51

9.43

0.66

10.82

0.73

9.79

1.05

9.08

1.05

9.35

1.51

10.74

1.81

13.34

2.03

15.55

2.73

18.81

3.19

22.22

CAPEX per share

Book Value per share

10,438

9,742

9,328

8,945

8,813

8,490

8,396

8,375

8,299

8,177

7,925

7,746

7,700

7,673

7,610

7,547

7,496

Comm.Shares outs.(m)

21.8

1.21

1.29%

21.3

1.22

1.27%

14.2

0.66

1.60%

14.1

0.20

2.18%

12.7

0.61

1.93%

9.6

0.59

2.34%

14.7

0.99

2.55%

12.4

0.73

2.74%

15.9

0.88

2.53%

31.2

1.56

2.60%

25.9

1.17

2.53%

26.4

1.12

2.12%

46.6

1.87

1.64%

25.4

1.05

1.39%

33.1

0.88

1.03%

33.8

1.13

0.80%

28.3

1.56

0.88%

Avg. annual P/E ratio

P/E relative to S&P500

Avg. annual div. yield

Capital Structure (30/6/22 | Q4)

Total liabilities
$198,298 m.

Total assets
$364,840 m.

Long-term debt
$58,521 m.

Cash and equiv.
$13,931 m.

Goodwill $67,524 m.

Retained earnings $84,281 m.

Common stock 7,474 m. shares

Market Capitalisation
$1,858,506 m. (as of 6/10/22)

69,943

38.8%

73,723

29.5%

77,849

34.4%

86,833

32.0%

93,580

19.4%

85,320

23.7%

89,950

24.8%

110,360

31.8%

125,843

34.1%

143,015

37.0%

168,088

41.6%

198,270

42.1%

Revenue (m)

Operating margin

2,766

23,150

2,967

16,978

3,755

21,863

5,212

22,074

5,957

12,193

6,622

16,798

8,778

21,204

10,261

16,571

11,682

39,240

12,796

44,281

11,686

61,271

14,460

72,738

Depreciation (m)

Net profit (m)

17.5%

33.1%

23.8%

23.0%

19.2%

28.1%

20.7%

25.4%

34.1%

13.0%

15.0%

19.7%

8.4%

23.6%

54.6%

15.0%

10.2%

31.2%

16.5%

31.0%

13.8%

36.5%

13.1%

36.7%

Income tax rate

Net profit margin

46,144

11,921

57,083

52,396

10,713

66,363

64,049

12,601

78,944

68,621

20,645

89,784

74,854

27,808

80,083

80,303

40,783

71,997

95,324

76,073

72,394

111,174

77,810

82,718

106,132

72,850

102,330

109,605

67,249

118,304

95,749

59,703

141,988

74,602

58,521

166,542

Working capital (m)

Long-term debt (m)

Equity (m)

29.3%

26.1%

40.6%

19.5%

18.7%

25.6%

21.1%

19.3%

27.7%

17.8%

16.5%

24.6%

10.1%

10.9%

15.2%

13.3%

10.8%

23.3%

13.2%

10.5%

29.3%

8.9%

15.1%

20.0%

19.2%

16.2%

38.3%

20.3%

18.5%

37.4%

25.8%

22.0%

43.2%

27.6%

23.5%

43.7%

ROIC

Return on capital

Return on equity

Working Capital

2020

2021

2022

Cash assets

136,527

137,175

136,882

Receivables

32,011

38,043

44,261

Inventory

1,895

2,636

3,742

Other

11,482

13,393

16,932

Current assets

181,915

184,406

169,684

Acc. Payable

12,530

15,163

19,000

Debt due

3,749

8,072

2,749

Other

56,031

65,422

73,333

Current liab.

72,310

88,657

95,082

75.6%

61.3%

77.6%

58.1%

62.4%

32.4%

65.9%

48.4%

59.8%

58.3%

19.0%

102.4%

34.5%

105.3%

44.1%

72.9%

23.4%

69.5%

64.8%

84.2%

65.8%

81.3%

73.0%

75.2%

Plowback ratio

Div.&Repurch. to FCF

Microsoft Corporation (US) started trading on March 4, 1986 (cik: 0000789019), operates in the Technology sector (Software—Infrastructure industry), has 221,000 full-time employees, and is led by Mr. Satya Nadella. Microsoft Corporation develops, licenses, and supports software, services, devices, and solutions worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Productivity and Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud, and More Personal Computing. The Productivity and Business Processes segment offers Office, Exchange, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, Office 365 Security and Compliance, Microsoft Viva, and Skype for Business; Skype, Outlook.com, OneDrive, and LinkedIn; and Dynamics 365, a set of cloud-based and on-premises business solutions for organizations and enterprise divisions. The Intelligent Cloud segment licenses SQL, Windows Servers, Visual Studio, System Center, and related Client Access Licenses; GitHub that provides a collaboration platform and code hosting service for developers; Nuance provides healthcare and enterprise AI solutions; and Azure, a cloud platform. It also offers enterprise support, Microsoft consulting, and nuance professional services to assist customers in developing, deploying, and managing Microsoft server and desktop solutions; and training and certification on Microsoft products. The More Personal Computing segment provides Windows original equipment manufacturer (OEM) licensing and other non-volume licensing of the Windows operating system; Windows Commercial, such as volume licensing of the Windows operating system, Windows cloud services, and other Windows commercial offerings; patent licensing; and Windows Internet of Things. It also offers Surface, PC accessories, PCs, tablets, gaming and entertainment consoles, and other devices; Gaming, including Xbox hardware, and Xbox content and services; video games and third-party video game royalties; and Search, including Bing and Microsoft advertising. The company sells its products through OEMs, distributors, and resellers; and directly through digital marketplaces, online stores, and retail stores. Microsoft Corporation was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington.

Annual rates

(avg rate of change)

Past
5 y.

Past
10 y.

Revenues

15.79%

11.31%

Cash flow

19.25%

12.08%

Earnings

51.68%

22.79%

Dividends

9.32%

10.43%

Book value

19.16%

9.36%

Insider trading

Type

Shares

Date

Smith Bradford L

Award

29,641

09/19/22

Young Christopher David

Award

14,342

09/19/22

Hood Amy

Award

33,465

09/19/22

Althoff Judson

Award

27,996

09/19/22

Capossela Christopher C

Award

11,302

09/19/22

Fiscal Year Ends

Quarterly Revenue (m)

Full fiscal year

I

II

III

IV

2020

33,055

36,906

35,021

38,033

143,015

2021

37,154

43,076

41,706

46,152

168,088

2022

45,317

51,728

49,360

51,865

198,270

Fiscal Year Ends

Earnings per share

Full fiscal year

I

II

III

IV

2020

1.40

1.53

1.41

1.47

5.82

2021

1.84

2.05

2.05

2.18

8.12

2022

2.74

2.50

2.23

2.23

9.70

Fiscal Year Ends

Quarterly dividends paid

Full fiscal year

I

II

III

IV

2020

0.46

0.51

0.51

0.51

1.99

2021

0.51

0.56

0.56

0.56

2.19

2022

0.56

0.62

0.62

0.62

2.42

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