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Wallis has admitted that he's a 66 year old, unemployed adolescent jerk that pumps Intel 24x7x365 at any and every price. He could care less if you go broke listening to him and has admitted that he hates wealthy people. He's ADMITTED that he's a "jerk most days" that is "incapable of behaving like an adult". See below:
by wallisweaver • Jul 30, 2014 1:11 PM Flag
Your posting style is what I would aspire to if I were capable of adult behavior. Oh, well.
He's encouraged posters here to committ suicide under a myriad of his extra ID's....all while condeming anyone with multiple ID's.
He literally uses 100's of aliases to "expunge" posts or ideas that don't jive with his. His time is 100% worthless and he has ZERO ethics.
He's run off every single knowledgable poster on this board. He stalked at least one of them all around the internet, even after he left.
When he's dead wrong, he won't admit it. When you're wrong, he stalks you until you leave the board.
He's disgraced the college that he attended, Auburn and now he resides in and stinks up the state of California.
He uses 100's of aliases, many of them vile and vulgar......but wants you to believe a self-admitted adolescent jerk would never use more than one alias on boards that he spends every waking moment on. (laughable)
He once called for law enforcement and Yahoo to raid the homes of posters on this board that he said were engaged in "organized manipulation" of Intel's stock price. Stop laughing, that's a true story.
Because Wall Street actually isn't stupid.
Hope MU does get a real buy out offer, looks like Waldo could use some help with his non trading trading wih MU back under 20.00.
Looking for one more thrust higher in the markets, qqq, which after dropping from overbght, held and are bouncing off fhe 50 day. If thechnicals then warrant, going long the sqqq
the days when Wall Street is in attack "Intel/prop up ARM" mode. Like today.
Pinheads never, ever gonna get it.
Well, not that I would mind a few more buying opportunities. I'd love to have another shot at Micron in the 17s. Should have bought a lot more but I have managed to average way the heck down.
Dummy, with all the 'good news' how come the stock price isn't skyrocketing. Oh, by the way, ARM up, Intel down. I own both. You should too.
I don't know whether to laugh or cry at a headline like this.
Gee, it's great that Wall Street is now all of a sudden finally talking about data centers and the IoT and not just chanting "It's all about PCs" but the fact that they are leaving off memory and SSDs in the growth picture means that they are really too clueless to be writing anything to be shown to the investing public.
We've just had one of the most significant memory advancements in decades. How much of a pinhead do you have to be to be ignorant of this?
This was from before the announcement of the memory breakthrough. You have to be a total pinhead to be shorting Intel or Micron now. There is so much positive news.
ha ha ...well also could say that with intc great news and hopeful longs ,you shoulda squeezed us harder and we would of covered and u will would be up 10 % higher right now ...........but the news and squeezed are weak and fading.....no i say its a failed pop about to crumble harder.......gl
29.10 ish is head n shoulder neckline ..now becomes resistence and support.
close below and then confirm on weekly close .and touble again.
aint outta the woods yet.......26 soon will come...gl
On the high-end tablets are being squeezed by more versatile hybrids and on the low end it's getting squeezed by newer powerful phones with larger screens. Tablets have always been an optional device. They're not the primary tool for doing work nor are they essential for personal communications like the smartphone.
The tablet's place in the device ecosystem is tenuous.
Definitely for Apple, tablet growth looks terrible compared to Intel's PC growth.
Gartner estimates that PC growth will decline by 4.4% in 2015.
It also estimates that overall tablet growth will decline by 6%.
Being that Apple has mostly been the tablet of choice, I will share the numbers
on Apple's iPad growth compared to Intel's PC growth.
Apple's iPad was a new form factor which reached some maturity in the year of 2013.
It had sales of 71.1 million units for 2013.
In 2014, Apple saw its unit sales of iPads drop by 3.8% while Intel saw its unit sales of PC's
grow by 8%.
In 2015, Intel is on pace to see its unit sales of PC's drop by about 5% while Apple is expected to
see its unit sales drop by over 19%.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
He brags of being a Stawking Twit and buys puts just before each bounce comes along to eviscerate him. How can you or anyone else take him seriously?