a nice move but unappreciated by institutions...they wait for CNBC to endorse. I can;t believe how much bullish comments are attacked by CNBC hosts....
For me, the value of the articles is the ideas and the framing of thoughts and the comments. Obviously some are more accurate and trustworthy than others. No one is spot on all the time. If they were always right, they wouldn't be writing for SA. They would be retired on an island somewhere with the yacht moored a few hundred yards off shore. They put out a theory and take a position. It is up to the individual to assess the value of that theory. I have gotten something out of every one of Russ's articles- whether I agreed with his ultimate take or not. I value some of the posters on this board including Mikeandkay and others. But ultimately, whatever I do for the good or bad is my decision. Such is life.
Now Mike- what do I do with my Mu 34 calls set to expire this friday. Sold at .21, can buy back at a slight profit. Was underwater for a bit there but the settling of Mu price has put me slightly in the green. Wait and see if I can take the whole .21 or take a little profit and run. Mu seems to be in a bit of a bog for the past few sessions. It was a nice run up after the big dip but it seems like it is going no where fast at the moment. Have made a few dollars with the covered calls the past few weeks. No home runs but more money is better than less.
you are too clueless for words robert!!! nanidog is talking about being "overbought" on a CHART- as in "technical" analysis!! using indicators like stochastics, bollinger bands, keltner channel, williams %r, etc etc. - that has ZERO to do with what YOU are talking about which is purely "fundamental" analysis!
when are you going to learn to differentiate between the 2 analyses??! your post has zero to do with the post written by nanidog!! you are completely clueless and should NEVER discuss things you know NOTHING about- because when you do, you can have the effect of "misleading" people who read this board and don't know about technical vs fundamental analysis- and then don't know which poster to believe!
so LEARN about things BEFORE you comment on them!!! then you will understand what is being discussed - and you won't be misleading people who don't yet know about technical analysis vs fundamental analysis of a stock!
I agree. SA (many of the writers) is very useful, and the email alerts save me time, taking me right to the articles w/o signing in. Russ' last article was informative. I have 4 on my watch list.
Very revealing that some of the self absorbed experts here don't know who Russ is or have discounted his recent post. Even more revealing is giving credibility to posters here and not willing to subscribe to SAs free downloads to your Email. His well balanced analysis of the Apple release could be an example of sharing knowledge and thorough DD missing in some SA amature analysts. I have made a lot of money by paying some attention to his views and while I think his current position is wrong,(as he admits it could be) he also points out what could be a massive win for MU.
As always, ANYTHING is possible. But I'm betting on at least $40 by next Q report.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Can PLWY dominate the $50 billion a year digital apps market with new rev share deal signed with AppRocket Studio? New target of $1.50 set by analysts
Apple doesn't want to help Samsung but they need memory, lots and lots of it. All articles I see say MU is also a supplier, Hynix too. No way Apple goes with one supplier. To risky.
The need to have Samsung DRAM back in he fold says to me the new iPhones will have 2 GB of DRAM. That is good for MU.
Sentiment: Strong Buy