Here are the reasons I sold QCOM. First, I bought in 1999 around $90, now it's $65. So I can't send my son to college. Second,
QCOM's future goes down as the big winners surge. For example, Google, which was founded at Stanford University by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, went public after the 1999-2000 tech bubble at a price of $80 per share. Now it's $800 a share. The company’s stock is one of few success stories for investors over the last decade, in contrast to the Qualcomm's 1992 IPO of $54.03 which was a tragedy on multiple levels.
Pretty obvious, huh? Please ignore all the hype on this board