SOURCE: Stock Traders Daily

May 16, 2005 08:47 ET

JNPR, OIH, MSFT, GOOG: A Detailed Analysis

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by Thomas Kee for Stock Traders Daily.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 16, 2005 -- The longer term charts of the Markets are now bearish indicators. Please read the details of our Trading Analysis now so that you know what to expect from the Market. Click here for details:

Juniper Networks's (NASDAQ: JNPR) core routing platforms have been chosen by BT for use in their 21st Century Network. This is a very important step for Juniper and it exemplifies the competitive strength of their products within the Marketplace and against major competitors such as Cisco Systems Inc. Traders should know how to react to this positive news. An overview is currently available addressing these questions. Click here to view this review:

Crude oil futures, which have a direct impact on the publicly traded Oil Service HOLDRS Trust (AMEX: OIH), declined in early trading on Monday as traders continued to liquidate positions due to an optimistic supply outlook from OPEC and correlating expectations that Oil prices would continue to decline from current levels. June Light Sweet Crude contracts fell $0.56 to $48.11 a barrel.

Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Sun Microsystems Inc are apparently becoming amicable as historical legal battles between the companies have seemed to force their hands. Collaborative efforts between the two companies seem to suggest that forward relationships will allow users of Microsoft Operating Systems and Sun Computers systems to more easily log on to their computers systems and networks. The adversarial relationships between the two companies have slowed any such dealings in the past.

Can Microsoft catch up with Google? Click here for details: Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) plans to release a final version of its desktop-search software on Monday. The product will allow users to search more freely and through greater document types within their computer systems. The company is trying to catch up with Google Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Yahoo! Inc. in the fast growing search market. .

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