Intel buys back more shares than it hands out to employees so no dilution is taking place, in fact outstanding shares are decreasing. Share compensation is a recognized way of motivating employees and is not harmful to other shareholders if the company buys the shares it dishes out which Intel does with interest. ARM does not buy back its employee shares which is not a problem now in fantasy bubble land but when the stock eventually collapses the extra dilution will hurt everyone then. The realignment with reality will be brutal when it happens, just one dodgy quarterly results and ARMH will lose 10+% overnight with more to follow.
This alias guy will just keep posting this as a new topic over and over and over again. He doesn't really want an answer or discussion. He may pretend and give the impression that he's wanting a second opinion. But just wants to try and keep this out in the open as viable reality when in fact it's baloney. Best thing to do is ignore. Look back over the last month and you will see this same post repeated ad nauseum maybe 50 times. Other topics he repeats over and over: possible div cut, low margins, low revenues, bad earnings, trading days with only sellers and no buyers ? (never understood this one), outdated products, no growth, etc,