"I think it has to do with the whole market feeling optimistic about budget. News is that budget deal was reached in congress in after hours."
[A budget deal should provide a really nice pop. I'm surprised the pop isn't bigger but maybe it will take final approval for that.]
So you like the idea of Intel’s NUC mini-desktop computers, but you don’t love the idea of using an mSATA solid state drive as your only means of storage. No problem. Intel is getting ready to launch new models that have 2.5 inch drive bays, which means you can use pretty much any hard drive or SSD designed for laptops.
Intel introduced its first NUC systems in 2012, and recently updated the lineup to include Intel Haswell (4th generation Core) processors. NUC stands for Next Unit of Computing, and these little computers are basically an attempt to show off with Intel’s latest low-power, high-performance chips can do in a tiny desktop that only needs a 65W power supply.
The new models will be a bit thicker than their predecessors, at 4.6″ x 4.4″ x 1.95″ compared with the models which lack a drive bay and which measure 1.36″ thick. But an Intel NUC is still one of the smallest desktop computers you’re likely to find with support for a Haswell processor.
Legit Reviews has a few more photos which show features inclduing a few USB ports, HDMI and Ethernet jacks, and more.
EZCH has a P/E of 34, a forward P/E of 16, and a PEG of .76.
ARMH has a P/E of 94, a forward P/E of 40, and a PEG of 1.96.
If you can't tell the difference, maybe you need a few more statistics classes.
No, I'm just pointing out that a high P/E doesn't necessarily mean a bad investment. I think EZCH is actually really interesting at this time.
I think it has to do with the whole market feeling optimistic about budget.
News is that budget deal was reached in congress in after hours.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
He's smothering....has no life and pounds the articles and message boards every minute that he's awake. No girl, no hobbies - he just looks for any opportunity to tell someone that they're wrong and he's right.
Wallis continues to amaze. He is proud of the fact that his self-proclaimed "beer money" stock (ARMH) that he is short , was down more today than his primary holding, Intel. If this keeps up ARMH will get to zero before Intel. Then he will be really excited? And he's thinking about creating his own advisory website? As someone here once said, Toooo Funny! The man is pixilated.
Guess he prefers to be unhappy......
Manipulation Campaign Poster IDs in Need of Investigation by Yahoo/SEC/Law Enforcement Agencies
by wallisweaver • Aug 10, 2013 2:34 PM
The following posters all have user histories with patterns and dates that strongly suggest that they are part of an organized manipulation campaign that should be investigated in order to determine who owns and controls these IDs.
I welcome all readers of this board to review the posting histories and dates of first postings as well as the large volume, repetitive, content-free bashing nature of the posts they make.
There are tens of thousands of posts being made on a consistent basis under this group of IDs.
Yahoo needs to step up to investigate this pattern of unethical and perhaps illegal behavior and to shut it down permanently. It is the only way to preserve the integrity of the message boards.
Poster IDs exhibiting this pattern of behavior (just the recent ones) include but are certainly not limited to:
Please take every opportunity to mark these posts as "Abuse" and to encourage Yahoo to perform a full investigation, including the elimination of the use of aliases. This capability allows a single poster to masquerade under multiple IDs for their own manipulative purposes Less
wallisweaver • Jul 2, 2008 1:37 PM Flag
I'm still laughing about the "don't feed the troll" line someone coined a while back.
I decided to take the advice and so I put the troll on Ignore.
Life has been much more pleasant since then...
Maybe responding to short interest decline of almost 9 million shares reported by Nasdaq, this afternoon.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
litlestewie 88 = marcopubio= more Nuff aliases. using "ya'll" was the clincher. This board is literally the main life activity for this hooked nose, beady eyed psycho.