The CEO, CFO and CTO of Intel will join MotleyFools in this friendly exchange. This is a Thanksgiving Day event that was in the making for couple of years. Both companies are excited about this - shareholders, BOD and employees. Most excited is Intel. They get a 3-in-1 Chief Executive. Ashraf is the only human in the world who can do this. MotleyFools get three writers for the price of one, 3 times more verbiage on their website!! Zeus bless them all! Less
"Huge losses for years to come. CFO owes it to the shareholders for Intel to get out of mobile asap. It serves no purpose. Intel will live and die by the server business period. Client devices will continue to grow driving server growth with or without Intel."
[Yet more of the basher vomit that comes from both you and Ash, Lucy. But let's see - the last thing you told us was that Intel was going to be issuing an earnings warning - just before Intel increased guidance and raised the dividend. You bash from behind your multiple fake IDs and continue with your mindless and blatantly incorrect predictions. Anyone with a backbone and a brain wouldn't front with a fake character creation like backbay_bstn.
Happy Thanksgiving, bro. ]
Huge losses for years to come. CFO owes it to the shareholders for Intel to get out of mobile asap. It serves no purpose. Intel will live and die by the server business period. Client devices will continue to grow driving server growth with or without Intel.
Have a happy Thanksgiving Day, okay?
marco the super genius : - ))))) iffin I were Long, I'd get as drunk as possible, because on Friday, things will get pretty BLACK -----BLACK DAYS MATTER!
Predict you will eventually lose everything. Saw all the krapp stocks you trade and what a fool you are. You won't have a pot to P in.
I am pleased that I got broke the "good news" hold syndrome. The stock will probably fall back to 34 plus div or 34..5 today. It would have to drop below 34 for me to make another Dec 18 bet. Max pain is low at 33 next week. Have to see how it stacks up before opening Friday. I have plenty of cash if terror drops everything. In fact I am in all cash no. Maybe I will write some calls and buy them back soon.
Thanks for the reminder. I have pretty conservative list of holding and about 50% cash in my main account. Pretty diversified over all accounts.
I am long Intel from $22 (now a $1.06 dividend) and have been doing just the similar thing you are doing but just shorting put options from the opposite direction. I don't hold them long and close them when they drop 50% to 75%.
I was just playing with the "Hmmmm-boy".
He is desperate working on "commission" - somewhat like CNN - bad news sell better than good news -
The Eagles "dirty laundry".....
6 months or so Intel stated they moved more 22 nm stuff over to 14 nm - besides Intel pulled in 10 nm according to KLAC ....and my base was loaded with KLAC when Lam bought the company....
all you have to do is listen to AMAT et al but the doofus is too stupid....TSMC is the one who is dragging their feet moving to advanced technology -
in January TSMC announced record capex ...
but still, I wish he would just #$%$ ... so annoying and so misleading. I suspect the gut is just stupid. I wonder how many people he scared out of Intel leading up to the recent divvy increase and outlook?
And, if INTC is having "trouble"
with 14nm...please oh please tell us what the normalization is? There is no meaning to absolute "trouble."
This tactic is like the republicans screaming about the debt but never looking at the GDP, or debt ratio...which is no
worse than the damage Reagan did to the economy. My conclusion: another idiotic sky is falling inuendo piece by Ash, the boy clueless wonder.
Hi Alex.....it is a be careful market lol I bought a bunch of calls yesterday at and near the lows. Sold them today at and just below the highest prices for Dec 18 calls. I have taken to being quick on the trigger selling and take my chances on swift market lows. The geopolitical problems i.e. Russian Jet shot down in Turkey and possibility of terror here does not leave opportunity to relax. To much low hanging fruit for terrorists this holiday season. One mall hit and the entire market will tank. Especially retail, but that will drag all down. JMO
INTC is in a good spot for growth and has mo mo, but all chips are off the table with one tragic act.
Every day you're frightened of your own shadow. Consider selling those 10 shares. Too much stress for you.
My God! Everything is crashing!!! What to do? Have you considered offing yourself? That way, you won't have to worry anymore. If that doesn't appeal to you, consider taking drugs. And as a last resort, discontinue your short selling.
"This can't be good news for intel can it ????????"
PC shipments .. see Intel earnings transcript from last month. Known and priced into Intel.
Strong dollar affecting revenues/profits. Like was pointed out to you yesterday.
Relax. Don't panic.
Xiaomi also announced the new Mi Pad 2 alongside the Redmi Note 3. The updated model focuses more on the design and is thinner and lighter than before.
The Mi Pad 2 now has an all-aluminum body that is only 6.95mm compared to the 8.5mm of the previous model and weighs 322g compared to 360g of the previous model. For comparison, the iPad mini 4, from which the Mi Pad 2 clearly gets its design inspiration, is 6.1mm thick and weighs 299g.
The Mi Pad 2 also runs on a new 14nm Intel Atom X5-Z8500 64-bit processor with 2GB RAM, which replaces the NVIDIA Tegra K1 on the previous model. The tablet also supports Wi-Fi 802.11ac and has the new USB Type-C connector.
The rest of the specifications include the same 7.9-inch 2048x1536 resolution display, 8 megapixel camera on the back and 5 megapixels on the front, and a smaller 6190mAh battery, compared to the 6700mAh on the previous model.
The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 will be available in dark gray and champagne gold for RMB 999 ($156) for the 16GB model and RMB 1299 ($203) for the 64GB model.