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to $855 million range down to $745 million to $765 million region. In thin after hours trade ADI is trading down around $49.30 to $49.90 range. This news was not unexpected and is already incorporated in the price before the actual news release. Essentially this is one of the last shoes to drop as other companies have already warned about weakness from parts demand for Apple iPhones.
as are many of the chip makers and chip equipment maker Applied Materials. We can't control the markets high correlated whipsaw trading to oil prices so average in if Analog Devices moves lower.
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Hi Stacy - How is your call about a 1Q earnings warning looking from a couple of days ago - did you have to quickly put out a retraction late yesterday which saw those enormous closing of put positions in the Dec 60, 57.50 calls? Lesson 1 - if a company breaks tradition by reporting during market open it is usually good news. Lesson 2 - if it is 4Q earnings being announced, rarely will a company announce bad things, so you can be doubly sure it is good news. They wont teach this at MIT Sloan or wherever you got your B-school degree; it comes from experience and a good intuitive sense of how the industry works, especially for ADI- a high margin company in growth mode which relies on 1/3rd of its revenue from products which are 10 yrs old (and still going strong!).