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  • ashraf.eassa ashraf.eassa Dec 12, 2013 5:26 PM Flag

    I will be countering Bloomberg's obvious BS

     

    Intel PR won't do anything because their hands are tied behind their backs. But, despite the fact that many of you routinely criticize me for being so public/vocal, this is a situation when I can be useful. I can't save the share price from these lies and half-truths, but I sure as hell can help keep my followers/readers from hitting the panic button just yet.

    Go to Google's job site and tell me how many job openings there are for SoC designers, hardware validation engineers, DSP engineers, and so on?

    That'll tell you everything you need to know. Now, excuse me, I've got some writing to do.

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    • "Intel PR won't do anything because their hands are tied behind their backs. But, despite the fact that many of you routinely criticize me for being so public/vocal, this is a situation when I can be useful. I can't save the share price from these lies and half-truths, but I sure as hell can help keep my followers/readers from hitting the panic button just yet."
      Ashraf

      It may not be ARM or it may be who knows. Please don't dismiss it out of hand. Do a few hours research first. I suggest you look at the founding members of IBM's Power Consortium announced in July of this year. Google was one of them.

    • A heroic thing to do Ashraf, but it would be helpful to probe people at Google to make sure they are on board.

    • Ashraf, you need to get on CNBC. Thats where you can really have a big impact. We need a pro-Intel view on that show.

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      • Even CNBC won't stoop this low.

      • I must readily admit that CNBC is well known for inviting fund managers for pumping their holding in a major way, this has always been the CNBC way as long as I can remember. I'm sure plenty jump on the bandwagon by these pro salesmen for their huge holdings. But there are many third rate tech writers out there! SA and THE FOOL are more than happy to take them on. Asrafty won't get a chance on CNBC, it just won't happen no matter how much his desperation is for NVDA/intel, it would be absolutely comical. He is better off hanging out in Yahoo MBs were he belongs, where no one really cares. We all need entertainment from time to time, but those who are obviously biased for their holding are quickly found out. And this smiling wannabe is one of them. Anyone who supports bashers they way he does can never be respected.

    • And you would beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee???

 
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