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  • dnenni@ymail.com dnenni Nov 10, 2013 2:32 PM Flag

    Wallis Weaver, Where Is Your Education and Employement Recap?

     

    Where are your credentials? You post as an expert on semiconductors, stocks, defamation law, personal attacks, and everything else. You are never wrong, or at least you do not admit to it. People have lost money on your recommendations. Where are your credentials? Are you even employed? Did you get fired from your last position? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    • I myself have education in engineering.
      Graduated with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering
      and mastered in electrical engineering with focus in electronics circuits
      and computer engineering courses.
      Bottom line is that Wallis makes a lot more sense then you do
      regarding the capabilities and future success of Intel.
      Fabrication of chips is the most complicated thing to master and
      requires not just years but over a decade to perfect. Intel is doing what
      others may have no chance to do. As for getting into SOC, LTE, and such,
      Intel will acquire those capabilities as needed within a few years. And they
      are pretty close to being there and taking away market share from the likes of
      QCOM and ultimately ARM themselves.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • "Where are your credentials? You post as an expert on semiconductors, stocks, defamation law, personal attacks, and everything else. You are never wrong, or at least you do not admit to it. People have lost money on your recommendations. Where are your credentials? Are you even employed? Did you get fired from your last position? Inquiring minds want to know."

      [I've already posted my educational background. I make no claims to expertise other than financial/accounting. Nor am I a "public person" under the definition of the law, so let me warn you one more time about the dangers of defaming a non-public person in a public forum with non-factual information.

      Obviously this is another lame attempt on your part to divert attention from your lack of appropriate background and education to be claiming semiconductor expertise. I posted my education background. So, post yours. What are you hiding??? If you don't have any engineering or semiconductor education, you should just admit it. Heck, maybe your aren't even a college graduate. Fess up, Nenni. If you didn't have something to hide you would have already been bragging high and low about your education.]

 
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