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  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Apr 1, 2013 2:02 PM Flag

    ARM investors officially out of ideas.

    Reduced to spreading rumors about Haswell. Oh, the once glorious ARM story with the notion of changing the industry once and for all and freeing up the consumer from paying the Intel tax has finally run out of steam. Now weary investors are growing more skeptical of ARM's long term chances of success. The ARM camp has gone to phase two known as "If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, bazzle em with BS."

    For the record I don't think this is the ARMH's people or any of the FABS starting these rumors. I think these are institutional investors who woke up one day and realized that they were too heavy on ARMH. Instead of dumping their shares at market rate they are selling it off over a couple week period. But they need suckers, I mean investors to buy what they know is an over inflated stock at near record high prices and not disrupt the apple cart as they get out. From today's move you can clearly see they they aren't afraid to use rumors to help prop up their struggling investments.

    For all your friends who want to buy Intel on the dip, this is it. Free of charge. I fully expect more to follow in the next few weeks and then once the investors are out you'll see glorious Intel upgrades to help move the ARMH down to the 20's again where they can once again jump on and "try" to BS it back up to 40. Try is the operative word. Haswell will be out soon enough and the ARM story won't look so glamorous once it is.

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