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MSTR

MicroStrategy Incorporated Nasdaq Global Select
$632
Open: $710 High: $737.99 Low: $537.22 Close: $632
Range: 2021-03-04 - 2021-03-05
Volume: 2,515,637
Market: Closed
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MSTR
MicroStrategy Incorporated 1850 Towers Crescent Plaza Tysons Corner VA, 22182 http://www.microstrategy.com
MicroStrategy Inc is a provider of enterprise-ready analytics, mobile, and security software platforms. The Company provides system-of-record reporting and interactive visualization capabilities offered on any device or in the cloud.
  • CEO: Michael J. Saylor
  • Employees: 2,464
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Application Software
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  • Why MicroStrategy Stock Pulled Back Today

    If you guessed this company was going to keep buying Bitcoin, then give yourself a pat on the back for being right.

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  • Here’s Why Bireme Capital is Short MicroStrategy (MSTR)

    Bireme Capital, an investment management firm, published its fourth-quarter 2020 Investor Letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. A net return of 47.1% was recorded by the fund for the year end 2020, outperforming its S&P500 benchmark that delivered an 18.3% return. You can view the fund’s top 5 holdings to have a […]

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  • Bitcoin Rebounds From Lows; MicroStrategy Purchases More Tokens

    (Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin rebounded from earlier losses amid a broader recovery in risk assets after a report showed the U.S. added more jobs than forecast last month. MicroStrategy Inc. bought more of the world’s largest cryptocurrency.The digital asset shed as much as 3.4% on Friday before trading little changed at about $48,150 as of 9:02 a.m. in New York. The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index, which includes Bitcoin and four other tokens, slipped more than 4.7% before turning little changed.MicroStrategy snapped up an additional 205 Bitcoins at an average price of $48,888, according to a filing. That brings the company’s holdings of Bitcoin to about 91,064 tokens, worth over $4 billion.Bitcoin is now some $10,000 below February’s record above $58,000, stoking the debate over whether the token’s investment base will widen or peter out as happened in the 2017 boom and bust.Payrolls increased 379,000 after an upwardly revised 166,000 January increase, according to a Labor Department report Friday. Economists in a Bloomberg survey projected a 200,000 February gain. The unemployment rate dropped to 6.2%.Overall risk appetite in markets took a knock Thursday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell refrained from pushing back against the recent climb in long-term borrowing costs.Long-time proponent Michael Novogratz at Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd. remains bullish, reiterating a prediction Thursday that Bitcoin will probably hit $100,000 before the end of the year. He argued in a Bloomberg TV interview that it and other digital currencies have become “an institutional asset class” and banks are “frantically” trying to get in on the action.Bitcoin slid 21% last week but is still up more than fivefold in the past year. On one narrative, the token can hedge inflation risk and the debasement of fiat currencies -- akin to gold -- and is set become a bigger part of institutional portfolios. A rival view depicts a stimulus-fueled bubble set to pop.“We’re still at an early stage in the institutional adoption of crypto in asset allocation,” a team led by Inigo Fraser-Jenkins, head of global quantitative strategy at Sanford C. Bernstein in London, wrote in a note Friday. But the team added that a fundamental valuation of Bitcoin is “simply impossible.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • 7 Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency Accounts To Follow On Twitter

    It’s #FollowFriday and Benzinga is taking a look at Twitter (NASDAQ: TWTR) accounts to follow that provide insight into Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Here is a look at accounts that investors may want to follow to get information on the cryptocurrency market. Make sure to also follow Benzinga’s dedicated crypto account. Anthony Pompliano: One of the most notable Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) related accounts is Anthony Pompliano. The account regularly has information on what price Bitcoin is trading at and how the market is perceiving cryptocurrency. The head of Pomp Investments has over 600,000 followers and has been the subject of several interviews on CNBC recently to share thoughts on Bitcoin. Scott Melker: The Wolf Of All Streets as he is known on Twitter is a good follow for coverage of the cryptocurrency market. Melker has a podcast and a YouTube channel that cover crypto and the market. Melker has also been a guest on several Benzinga shows sharing his thoughts on crypto. Related Link: 7 Electric Vehicle Accounts To Follow On Twitter Brian Armstrong: Coinbase is set to go public in 2021 with a highly anticipated IPO. The company’s CEO Brian Armstrong has nearly 500,000 followers on Twitter. Coinbase is one of the top buying and selling platforms for cryptocurrency. Cameron Winklevoss: Gemini founder Cameron Winklevoss has been a notable Bitcoin bull for awhile. Gemini is a leading cryptocurrency exchange. Tyler Winklevoss: Gemini founder Tyler Winklevoss also makes the list with his brother. Notably, Tyler has more followers on Twitter. Both Winklevoss share thoughts on the overall crypto market on a daily basis like this one from Thursday: “Bitcoin will be the global reserve currency of the Metaverse, which will have a bigger economy than the global economy on planet earth.” Michael Saylor: One of the most vocal supporters of Bitcoin has been MicroStrategy Inc (NASDAQ: MSTR) CEO Michael Saylor. MicroStrategy was the first major public company to put its treasury assets into Bitcoin. Saylor has continued to buy more Bitcoin. Saylor also hosted an event to show companies how they could benefit from putting treasury assets into Bitcoin. Lex Moskovski: Analyst and Moskovski Capital CEO Lex Moskovski regularly tweets about Bitcoin and what is happening in the market. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from Benzinga'What's The Reason Not To Diversify?' Cathie Wood Talks Bitcoin Hitting 0,000, Rise Of NFTsCoinbase IPO: 7 Key Takeaways Investors Should Know© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Suze Orman: 'I love bitcoin'

    Bitcoin fell nearly 5% on Thursday amid a broader sell-off after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell stopped short of offering a strong rebuke to the recent spike in Treasury yields.

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  • MicroStrategy buys another 205 bitcoins, for $10 million

    MicroStrategy Inc. disclosed that it just spent $10.0 million in cash to buy 205 bitcoins on Friday. The enterprise software and bitcoin holder said it paid an average price of $48,888 for each bitcoin, including fees. Bitcoin were recently down 1.1% at $47,909, while MicroStrategy shares shed 2.3% in premarket trading. The company said as of March 5, it holds about 91,064 bitcoins, which were acquired at total spend of $2.20 billion at an average price of about $24,119 per bitcoin. MicroStrategy's stock has soared 96.9% over the past three months through Thursday, while bitcoin prices have rocketed 156.4% and the S&P 500 has gained 1.9%.

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  • These Companies Have Collectively Bought $3.9 Billion Worth of Bitcoin

    The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite has nearly doubled, while the benchmark S&P 500 has gained 74%. Bitcoin has more than sextupled the gains of the Nasdaq Composite since the March 23 low and is up a cool 11,510% over the trailing five-year basis (through March 1, 2021). Three publicly traded companies have collectively scooped up $3.9 billion worth of Bitcoin since this past summer.

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  • Growth Stock Climbing Too Fast? Here's How To Tell If It Will Roll Over

    When a growth stock is shooting up like a rocket, it is tough for the amateur to know when it is the best time to hit the ejector seat and lock in profits.

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  • 5 Popular Stocks to Avoid Like the Plague in March

    As we work our way into March and prepare for the spring thaw, I'd strongly suggest avoiding the following five popular stocks like the plague. It probably comes as little surprise that topping my list of popular stocks to avoid is retail investor favorite GameStop (NYSE: GME). Despite a late month surge, GameStop ended February lower by 69%, and it's still grossly detached from its underlying fundamentals.

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  • Why MicroStrategy Stock Rose Over 21% in February

    The company's stock is becoming more and more tied to Bitcoin, but could its strategy be generating buzz for its business?

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  • MicroStrategy Raises Bitcoin Holdings to More Than $4 Billion

    (Bloomberg) -- MicroStrategy Inc.’s Michael Saylor purchased more Bitcoin to raise the enterprise-software company’s holdings to more than $4 billion.The Tysons Corner, Virginia-based company disclosed that it bought 328 Bitcoins for $15 million in cash, increasing its pile to about 90,859, acquired at an average of $24,063 each.Saylor has been one of a handful of chief executives to put Bitcoin on their balance sheets, saying the relaxation of the Federal Reserve’s inflation policy helped to sour him on cash. The company has even issued convertible bonds to help finance its purchases of the coins. Square Inc. and Tesla Inc. have also made purchases.Shares of MicroStrategy rose 2.6% to $769.80 as of 9:53 a.m. in New York. The stock has surged almost 500% in the past year. Bitcoin gained 6.5% to $48,176, after quadrupling in 2020.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • MicroStrategy spent $15 million to buy 328 bitcoins on Monday

    Shares of MicroStrategy Inc. surged 6.6% in premarket trading Monday after the enterprise software and bitcoin holder disclosed that on Monday, it paid $15 million in cash to buy about 328 bitcoins. The company said it paid an average price of about $45,710 per bitcoin, including fees and expenses. Bitcoin was recently up 7.1% at $48,360 in early trading Monday. As of March 1, MicroStrategy said it has paid out $2.19 billion to buy about 90,859 bitcoins, at an average purchase price of about $24,063 per bitcoin. MicroStrategy's stock has soared 131.6% over the past three months through Friday, while bitcoin has run up 156.3%, the SPDR S&P Software & Services ETF has advanced 15.1% and the S&P 500 has gained 4.1%.

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  • Jack Dorsey, MicroStrategy's Saylor, Winklevoss Twins Give $4M In Initial Funding To MIT's Bitcoin Initiative

    An initiative by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology aimed at bolstering the security of Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) has received $4 million in charitable contributions, some of it from business leaders whose companies have made large investments in the apex cryptocurrency. What Happened: Donors at the Digital Currency Initiative include Square Inc. (NYSE: SQ) and MicroStrategy Incorporated (NASDAQ: MSTR) CEOs Jack Dorsey and Michael Saylor and cryptocurrency investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, as per a statement. See also: How to Buy Bitcoin (BTC) Saylor called Bitcoin “the most important innovation since the advent of the internet,” and said it was our responsibility to not only invest in the asset but also its underlying infrastructure that is maintained by open-source developers and nonprofit institutions. Why It Matters: The 4 million investment represents half of the initiative’s fundraising goals, which will be used to hire open source developers and researchers and to “kick off an ecosystem-wide focus on longer-term strategies to harden the underlying protocol.” In late February, Dorsey-led Square purchased an additional 3,318 BTC worth 0 million after earlier buying $50 million worth of the cryptocurrency last October. Saylor’s MicroStrategy now holds an aggregate of 90,531 BTC acquired at an average purchase price of $2.171 billion, as of late February. Another big holder of Bitcoin is Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA), which purchased .5 billion worth of BTC last month. Price Action: BTC traded 1.77% higher at $46,086.46 at press time. Related Link: In Bitcoin's Path Back To ,000, Institutional Investors, Whales Battle Miners See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaEthereum Killers Are Advancing At Record Pace This Year: What You Need To KnowDogecoin Gets New Wings With Developer Upgrades: What You Need To Know© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Why MicroStrategy Stock Fell 10.5% on Thursday

    The stock lost most of Wednesday's Bitcoin-based gains in a general market retreat from high-risk growth stocks.

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  • Here's How Cryptocurrency Stocks Bounced Back on Wednesday

    At the time of this writing, Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) had gained 5% in 24 hours. A couple of leading alternative cryptocurrencies posted larger jumps, led by a 24% gain in the joke-of-a-digital-currency Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) and a 20% boost for decentralized finance token Solana (CRYPTO: SOL).

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  • Bitcoin Gains as Bulls’ Buying Helps Soothe Nervous Investors

    (Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin rebounded from its sharp selloff of the past few days as additional purchases by MicroStrategy Inc. and Square Inc. helped to ease concern investors were starting to exit the famously volatile cryptocurrency.The digital token rose as much as 7% Wednesday, finding support near the $50,000 level. It traded around $49,400 as of 2:29 p.m. in New York. Prices plummeted about 13% on Tuesday in the worst retreat in a year.Square said it had purchased $170 million in Bitcoin, raising its holdings to about 5% of the company’s cash and equivalents. MicroStrategy said it paid an average $52,765 for nearly 20,000 tokens last week after issuing $1.05 billion in convertible bonds.Coinbase Inc., the largest U.S. digital-asset exchange, said it was impact by outage at the Federal Reserve’s system for interbank payments Wednesday afternoon.Overall investor sentiment has also been boosted by comments Tuesday from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, who signaled the central bank is nowhere close to unwinding its easy policy. Cryptocurrencies have been buoyed by a tide of monetary and fiscal stimulus to fight the impact of the pandemic.“The rebound was helped along by a concurrent recovery in stocks as the Fed chair reassured the market of the central bank’s ongoing commitment to pursue ultra-accommodative monetary policy,” said Joel Kruger, cryptocurrency strategist at LMAX Digital.The cryptocurrency rally is at the center of one of the hottest debates in financial markets. Believers see an emerging asset class being embraced by long-term investors, not just speculators. Critics fear Bitcoin is in a bubble that will inevitably burst. What the two sides seem to agree on is that the world’s largest digital asset’s famed volatility is likely to continue.“Bitcoin continues to see massive realized volatility,” said Gary Pike, head of trading at London-based B2C2. “We expect continued volatility going forward whether from forced liquidations to the downside or more capital flowing into the space causing further upward momentum.”Globally, regulators are keeping a close watch. The Bank of Portugal on Wednesday reiterated previous advisories to consumers about virtual assets like Bitcoin due to their recent volatility. That follows a warning from Sweden’s financial watchdog about selling exchange-traded crypto-tracking products to average consumers. Meanwhile, the Biden Administration also signaled concerns with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen calling Bitcoin an “extremely inefficient way of conducting transactions” earlier this week.Still, cryptocurrencies continue to gain support from financial heavyweights. Cathie Wood, the head of Ark Investment, said in a Bloomberg interview Tuesday that she’s “very positive on Bitcoin, very happy to see a healthy correction here.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Here's Why MicroStrategy Stock Went Up Today

    Shares of MicroStrategy (NASDAQ: MSTR) went up today because the price of Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) starting recovering from yesterday's plunge. Recently, MicroStrategy offered $1 billion in convertible notes with the express purpose of buying more Bitcoin tokens. MicroStrategy's average price for its Bitcoin tokens is now $23,985 each.

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  • MicroStrategy Buys Additional $1.026B Worth Of Bitcoin, Surpasses Tesla's Bitcoin Holdings

    What Happened: MicroStrategy Incorporated (NASDAQ: MSTR) announced today that it had purchased an additional $1.026 billion Bitcoin. The company stated that it now holds an aggregate of 90,531 bitcoins, which were acquired at an average purchase price of approximately $2.171 billion. This was achieved at an average purchase price of approximately $23,985 per Bitcoin, including fees and expenses, stated MicroStrategy in a press release. Why It Matters: "The company now holds over 90,000 bitcoins, reaffirming our belief that bitcoin, as the world's most widely-adopted cryptocurrency, can serve as a dependable store of value,” said the company’s CEO Michael Saylor. Earlier this week, Saylor predicted that Bitcoin’s market capitalization could reach $100 trillion one day. "We believe our Bitcoin strategy, including our Bitcoin holdings and related activities in support of the Bitcoin network, is complementary to our software business by enhancing awareness of our brand and providing opportunities to secure new customers," he said. MicroStrategy has consistently added more Bitcoin to its balance sheet since its initial investment in the digital asset last August. In fact, its stock price has largely moved in tandem with the price of Bitcoin and is up by over 300% since its investment. The move wasn’t entirely unprecedented, as the company announced last week that it had completed a $1.05 billion debt offering to fuel more Bitcoin purchases. What Else: MicroStrategy wasn’t the only company to announce an additional Bitcoin purchase today. Square Inc (NYSE: SQ) declared a $170 million Bitcoin purchase on top of its existing $50 million in an earnings call earlier today. With over $2 billion in Bitcoin, however, MicroStrategy has now overtaken Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) to become the largest Bitcoin holder amongst all publicly traded companies. Image: Worldspectrum via Pexels See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaBitcoin Bank Silvergate Capital Shares Are Up Over 1000% In A YearGlobal Crypto Adoption Crosses 100M Users: Report© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Bitcoin collector MicroStrategy fills its wallet with another $1 billion

    The company, whose Chief Executive Officer Michael Saylor is one of the most vocal proponents of bitcoin, bought the cryptocurrency in cash at an average price of about $52,765 each. MicroStrategy, the world's largest publicly traded business intelligence company, spent last year steadily amassing bitcoin after making its first investment in August. Bitcoin's price has recently scaled record highs as major firms, such as BNY Mellon, asset manager BlackRock Inc and credit card giant Mastercard Inc, backed certain cryptocurrencies, with Tesla Inc investing $1.5 billion in bitcoin.

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  • MicroStrategy spends more than $1 billion to buy additional bitcoins, stock rallies

    Shares of MicroStrategy Inc. shot up 8.5% in premarket trading Wednesday, after the enterprise software and bitcoin holder said it bought spent $1.03 billion to buy an additional 19,452 bitcoins, at an average price of $52,765 per bitcoin, including fees. Bitcoin futures were last up 6.3% at $50,660, after falling 14.2% over the past two days. MicroStrategy said as of Wednesday, it held 90,531 bitcoins, which were purchased for $2.17 billion at an average price of about $23,985 per bitcoin. "The company now holds over 90,000 bitcoins, reaffirming our belief that bitcoin, as the world's most widely-adopted cryptocurrency, can serve as a dependable store of value," said Chief Executive Michael Saylor. "We will continue to pursue our strategy of acquiring bitcoin with excess cash and we may from time to time, subject to market conditions, issue debt or equity securities in capital raising transactions with the objective of using the proceeds to purchase additional bitcoin." MicroStrategy's stock, which had tumbled 28.3% over the past two days as bitcoin prices dropped, has soared 179.6% over the past three months through Tuesday, while bitcoin futures have run up 165.8% and the S&P 500 has gained 6.8%.

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