Loozer dredges up two fake accounts in order to thumb me. OMFG, call DSS and report this internet freak. Somewhere there are uemployed, illiterate, thirty year old kids walking around in diapers, screaming ARM SUX ARM SUX.
Wallis, did you spend any time with your kids today, or have they all turned into ghey rebels and abandoned you since you provide no parenting? All over INTC stock earnings that you will never receive? You do realize that you are mental, don't you?
you slept through the June swoon posting nonsense all during the decline from the 34.00's
gee, intc has soared all the way back to where it was a year ago, a mere 6.00 down from where it was in 2004, peaking well before the market did, just like this time
but never fear, there will never be another bear market in your lifetime, no correction in the markets which haven't had a correction in years, when that happens, the red already in your account will be a whole lot redder than it still is now,
unless of course, you really only just started a position in intc up there in the 30.00's like you just started a position in poo poo mu in the 19's despite the bashing of mu shorts who didn;t cover at 23,70.
a hypocrite, a pompous neer do well, a fool
I worked there for one year. I was appalled at how greedy and insensitive the mostly lazy workforce was. I was offered 25,000 stock options to stay, and in hindsight, it was a smart move to walk away.
This company hasn't realized that its days in the sun are over. It cannot innovate and has no appreciable software group.
Samsung and Hynix will have it a couple of years after Intel/MU release their first chip. These Asians are good at copying IP.
Intel is a dawg when it comes to protecting its IP and getting royalties or a constant stream of income of their inventions. That's why as a stock this company is a DUD. Great company, lousy stock.
"that means tomorrow will probably be a down day. Needs to get back under 12 until they can prove there is growth in the future."
[Hahahahahahaha. Lucy apparently slept through the last two days. ]
oh, I believe the bounce may continue, the spy, qqq may actually print one more high before a major top arrives. as for mu, slow methodical selling today, quite possibly from the way too early buyers the morning after earnings, the morning after waldo with apparently hardly any position, or he's still woefully underwater, was crowing with glee when it briefly popped over 24 on the way to the 17's.
intc longs should be thinking about the ceiling for the projected lower high
Board stalker/pinhead still posting under a variety of IDs and lied yet again about leaving.
Lucy posting as kopach, signifying embarrassment.
Wall Street even more clueless than ever.
I think they convert to around 100m-150m shares and the total number inches up each dividend payment. The far bigger pain is the investors/traders they attract. If INTC stays above the intrinsic value, then I think they will have a good shot of breaking the gravity of the shorting activity and the arbitragers will leave the short in place until the bonds are called. Once it reaches that point, then the shorting/covering related to the bonds will grow weaker and Intel should begin to trade with a higher BETA.
IMO, a major portion of the "manipulation" should subside.
I don't know if Intel could buy them back at a realistic price. There are some conditions where Intel can "call" them in and that would be how the bonds would be neutralized.
mister_drachma • Jul 1, 2015 12:44 PM Flag
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nasdaq 5000 is cement floor
30 is cement floor for intc stock
I'm really curious just how it works. Flash uses a floating gate that can be charged or discharged but this seems more like a material that have conductivity be electrically altered without all the expense of creating the floating gate. It really could be a game changer for SSD, phones, thumb drives, SD etc...
what fear? the qqq;s are less than 3 percent off all time highs, having just bounced off the 50 day yesterday and intc made it back to 29.
So having bought puts at the previous bottom, you rolled what was left after your losses into puts at another bottom? How's that working out for you, C. Spazzy, Stawk Twit Extraordinaire?