I mostly follow OCZ and post on their board, but I got a suggestion to come over here and ask if there was any evidence for/against it from the STX side. The only thing I've heard is that some people think the buyback volume dropped, but I'm not sure if that is a) true b)due to your upcoming earnings announcement?
Is there anything else from an STX side that might be evidence of an upcoming offer? Or evidence against? I can think of a few things that point the opposite direction, like the Densbits investment.
I have read a little regarding a Seagate-Samsung agreement - what does that cover? NAND? SSDs? Is there anything there that would limit STX going for it on their own?
It may be nothing but STX never follows WD in the earnings release and they are a week later than they were last year for the annual release. Maybe that week delay was for something more than just pulling the numbers together?
That's interseting - the OCZ shareholder meeting is August 13th, which is earlier than usual, and you are saying the Seagate earnings is later than usual. Another tidbit, the significance of which we will never know until after it ceases to matter!
I am looking to grab a few more shares of AAPL if they don't meet expectations on Tues.
I stayed out of ARNA but was close to pulling the trigger... They have a huge market for sales, I was pretty surprised they didn't get more of a pop after the FDA announcement and even more surprised by the stock's action afterwards...
Typically they only stop the buy back when they have met their sh. quota for the quarter which I believe was 45 million shs last qtr. The new qtr. just started 6/30 so there's no way they have come close to meeting it yet. Call me crazy, but my intuition tells me there's something brewin'. lol