May 1: Microsemi Foundry News - Buzz should last at least a week or ten days
May 6: Intel to announce Silvermont - Buzz should last all year
May 6: Lenovo K900 release in China
Still to Come!!!
May 15-17; Google I/O Developers Conference - Buzz depends on announcements. Good potential.
May 16: Intel's Annual Stockholder Meeting
May 20: Lenovo K900 in IndiaJune 3: Intel to release Haswell - Buzz should last all year
June 4: Computex Opening Keynote-Tom Kilroy, executive vice president and general manager, Intel's Sales and Marketing Group, will deliver a keynote on Intel's vision for continued innovation to reinvent people's computing experiences across a range of devices.
June 4: Computex-Computing Reinvented Satellite Event and Media Q&A-Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group, will host the computing reinvented satellite event where he'll demonstrate and provide details on the new experiences delivered by 4th generation Intel Core processor-based Ultrabooks, laptops, desktops and all-in-one devices.
June 5: Computex-Mobile and Communications Satellite Event and Media Q&A-Hermann Eul, VP/GM, Mobile and Communications Group, will host a satellite event to showcase the growing number of tablets for Windows and Android, smartphones and other ultra-mobile devices with Intel Inside.
June 10-14: Apple's WWDC - Macs about to get a major upgrade thanks to Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) new “Iris” graphics processors?
June 26-28: Microsoft's Build Developer Conference - Rumors of next Surface Pro announcement
2013: Year of the Intel Tablet
2014: Year of the Intel Smartphone
so Waldo, tells us, how is INTC technically, will you still be up by the end of the month on the shares you've been holding from 24 in 2010? What signs of a possible continuation drop in the price should one look for that turns a dip into a correction. Will you continue to hold during the ride down, will you sell calls to protect yourself, or as usual, just incessantly pump INTC as the greatest stock that will make you rich if you hold it through all economic cycles, something a 60 year old can ill afford to do unless he plans on working 80 hours a week ad infinitum.