keep pumping EZCH, I hear it's good for 30.00, just like you predicted for INTC back in 2012 at the lofty 29.00
At least two of those names are one person. Ashraf has written more than his fair share of positive articles about Intel. We live in a world that if you don't take a shot at the company you're covering every now and t hen you are simply dismissed as a fanboy. I appreciate what he's done for Intel, far more good than bad . And for the record Nenni has a financial stake in seeing Intel fail. GetanID61 may actually own some shares of Intel but he's not a die hard fan. Theblueredmonk is more of an engineer than someone who really take sides and Backbay_bstn is probably nuff.
Well spoken, but it seems there's almost noone left who writes anything balanced about Intel. Ashraf is by far the greatest disappointment, and he has now established himself as so disingenuous that I don't accept even his positive comments as having any value. The most revaling aspect of this is to read the Ihub grown-ups and see that Ashraf either copies their comments to his articles, or gets himself in trouble with them. It is really disappointing, and if he holds shares in Intel as he insists he does, then he is a simple fool. .
"Ashraf is consistently negative on Intel and you humor him? Tsk..you're losing it WW."
[I just want to hold him accountable for his positions. I don't want to drive a stake through his heart. I'm saving the stakes for Nenni and Lucy or Nenni/Lucy. Whatever. Those with the total nutcase lifetime psychological dysfunction Intel vendettas.]
"It doesn't help investor confidence if all the little discrepencies at Intel is brought front and center. "
[I heartily agree with this. A single potshot with no context can offset the effects of an entire article or of several articles. And Ashraf does this more and more. ]
"Intel is down 12¢."
[17 cents off the low of the day.
Humpty dipped below $49 today before getting propped back up. The fall is coming. And you should have seen it coming.]
and you are arbiter of the truth? LOL. Have you had a psychological work-up recently? There are definite shades of delusionality in your rants.
And Intel is no different. But Intel has a lot more positives to cheer about.
And the negatives can be remedied by Intel.
My humble suggestion to you writing articles would be this.
Educate investors of the many positives of Intel, and be patient
on Intel's negatives. Give them time. If you have suggestions, call or
write Intel IR or management if possible.
It doesn't help investor confidence if all the little discrepencies at Intel
is brought front and center. Other much richly valued stocks, including QCOM,
have their issues too and it will come to light in actuality. They may have something
good going for them now, but in time they may lose that mojo themselves and Intel
could be the reason behind it.
I liked you Motley Fool article by the way where you reminded readers about how Kirk Skaugen
said that they have record i5 and i7 shipments.
I actually did not get to hear that part yet. If it's actually true, thanks for bringing that out.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
How about a screenshot of your IQ vs mine? I think you'd find that my "cheeseburger" beats your "peanut"
"I do it all of the time in articles that are freely available on the internet"
[Do what? Internally hemorrhage? ]
Humpty got the TSMC utilization report and had to take some anti-nausea medication before going up on the wall today. He looks shaky.
Humpty down 52 cents today and looking like a single misstep could send him stumbling over the edge.
Don't move, Humpty! Don't move!!!
I do it all of the time in articles that are freely available on the internet. No reason to go into them in depth unless I have a reason to on here. This is an Intel board, not a TSMC, Qualcomm, or ARM board.
I am in this for the long term. I am in this for servers, internet of everything, bottoming of PC's and desktops and eventual success in everything else, including teenage computing (ie mobile). Intel will succeed. I don't need some punk know-it-all who really doesn't understand investing or physics to tell me a #$%$ thing.. I do not tolerate same punk attacking my investment, which is well over $500 k. I need prove nothing to you, and will continue to dog you if you continue to write cr@p.
"Anybody who fails to acknowledge the truth - whether it's in support or contrary to - one's positions is doomed to be a terrible investor. "
[Still waiting for you to apply this to TSMC, ARM and Qualcomm, who get nothing but happy, happy postings.]
A message to Ashraf from a grown-up at IHub:
Ashraf, hindsight is 20/20
Easy to say what you would have done, now that you're at the point of time that was once considered a year or two "in the future".
Trajectory is one of those things that is very difficult for a business to adjust. Bold CEOs will move the business intuitively, and take abuse from shareholders who think that they are sacrificing revenues and margins early before the shift is needed. But those CEOs are rewarded later when the business is ready to take on new competition.
Paul was never one of those CEOs, but BK might be. Of course, that means the abuse he's taking today (from shareholders like yourself, understandably upset with the declining revenues and margins) - aren't looking at the same big picture, and the internal changes required to change the culture and decision making of the company.
Bay Trail and Merrifield were products under Paul's watch. BK just finished the final few months until launch. BK's legacy will be Broxton and future products.
Anybody who fails to acknowledge the truth - whether it's in support or contrary to - one's positions is doomed to be a terrible investor.
BTW, if you've got "tens of thousands" of shares of Intel, I would love to see a screenshot from your brokerage account. No way anybody with at least $500k in Intel can be as feeble minded as you appear to be.