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  • amdmonkey72 amdmonkey72 Jun 18, 2013 11:25 AM Flag

    ONLY a COMPLETE LOSER is short Intel now. Take James Cavelloblows for instance.

    I mean really people. What part of the information on the new Intel chips do you not understand?
    Intel will rip some massive pain into those making Armh based chips. quallycommi is gonna have to fins a new way because the phones will belong to Intel sooner than was expected.

    James has his 14 price target for Intel and his thumb his up his rump as he walks blindly into complete embarrassment.
    Intel to 30 this summer and James will probably downgrade Intel to (SUCKS Rating)
    Then it will hits 40 this Christmas where which time he will downgrade Intel to (I Hate Intel)
    Pathetic dumb loser.
    Well at least he still has his condo in Manhattan.

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    • anyone who was short INTC when you posted this had a 2 day gain of 1.30. more than Waldo has managed to capture on INTC in over 3 years

    • Covello owns race horses (from Bloomberg):

      "Goldman Sachs (GS) Inc. partner James Covello says that when it comes to race horses, his work on Wall Street has taught him it’s all about spreading the risk.

      "It was still a big leap in purchasing a 40 percent stake in Falling Sky, one of 20 horses scheduled to run in the 139th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs (CHDN) in Louisville, Kentucky, in two days, Covello said. The 3-year-old went for $425,000 at the Ocala Breeders Sales Co. winter sale in January, by far the highest price of the session three years after the colt was purchased for $16,000 at Keeneland."

      My Comment: How about that name? Falling Sky. You can't make this stuff up. Covello paid a pretty penny for Falling Sky. "Falling Sky’s price compared with an average of $15,368 in his sale division for horses of racing age, according to Ocala spokesman Jay Friedman." Covello paid about 25 times the average. How did Falling Sky do in the Kentucky Derby? DEAD LAST. Falling Sky is one of 40 horses owned by Covello. He claims to make money on his horses. Time for that question: "Where are the customers' racehorses?"

 
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