"Stock got killed because of the September warning and because of fears over lower guidance."
[The warning wasn't that large. The stock got killed because the same news got priced in eight times. So, to justify the 8x on the stock price reduction there had to be a huge miss. There wasn't. You want to pretend there was. This isn't Fantasy Island, shill boy. No huge honking miss means the stock price is at least 7 bucks too low now...]
"Everybody knows the Intel MO of having a massive warning and then beating."
[If you think there is any rule on the stock market that repeats itself consistently then are a total #$%$..]
"Q3 results were already known in September."
[Gee, then why did the miss get priced in eight times?]
"Stock was trading on Q4 expectation and Intel was able to put out guidance which was even worse than expected (margin collapse was the shocker).
[Oh, so none of those extra seven times the miss got priced in was enough to cover a weak Q4??? The margin projection was to 57 percent. Yeah, that's a real collapse, accounting boy. You really know your stuff. Where did you get your MBA? Sears or Wal*Mart?]
"Look for another 10% warning in December."
[Judging from your prediction of a huge honking Q3 miss that never happened, maybe you should give up making projections for a while. Just an idea, shill boy...]