Technical Analysis on Compuware Corp. and Microsoft Corp. -

Technical Analysis on Compuware Corp. and Microsoft Corp. -
Application Software Companies Look to Innovations and Partnerships
in Difficult Times 
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/07/12 --   The application
software industry, which contains companies such as Compuware and
Microsoft, has been up and down of late. Demand from some areas along
with new products has helped drive sales. However, the struggling
macro-economy has made significant gains a challenge. StBulls.com has
initiated technical analysis on Compuware Corporation (NASDAQ: CPWR)
and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT). These reports are free upon
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With technology moving forward in leaps and bounds, companies are
working hard to stay ahead of the competition by offering new and
improved products. Some have been focusing on the increasingly
popular area of cloud computing, while others have been enhancing
existing product suites to better meet evolving customer demands.
Still others have been relying on partnerships and collaborations
which could also improve sales moving forward. Read our technical
analysis on Compuware by clicking on  
http://www.stbulls.com/CompuwareCorporation07112012.pdf  
On the earnings side of things, recent quarterly results have been
inconsistent as uneven demand for products, services and
subscriptions have led to some companies falling short. Overseas
sales have helped some companies, though foreign markets have also
been mixed in some cases. How companies perform during the 4th
quarter of 2012 remains to be seen, but those with the newest, most
in demand offerings could outperform their peers. Read our technical
analysis on Microsoft at 
http://www.stbulls.com/MicrosoftCorporation07112012.pdf  
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