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Intel Corporation Message Board

  • cyberman456 cyberman456 Nov 4, 1997 6:51 PM Flag

    The semiconductor new star!!

    Any one has invested, interested or is familiar with the investment prospects of the former
    star C-Cube? Please go to C-Cube's message board for fun discussion! All I can say now is
    that the stake and profit potential are probably HUGE. Risk is also high, not for the faint of
    heart! :-)

    Have fun!!
    http://messages.yahoo.com/?action=q&board=CUBE

    Later,

    cyberman456
    Web Designer of China Arts Net
    Visit today for Panda Art Gallery, your horoscope, and Chinese Movie Stars
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    • Hi Fellow Netizens,

      I want you to forget about the hardware companies like Ascend and Cisco which are
      supplying to
      the information highway. They are in a very cyclical and increasingly commodity-like
      industry, subject to competitive pricing pressure.
      After all, what is the hardware for? The wonderful content and media on the internet!!

      For a whole new world, look at the new emerging media companies,

      like Lycos, http://messages.yahoo.com/?action=q&board=LCOS
      Yahoo, http://messages.yahoo.com/?action=q&board=YHOO
      Excite, http://messages.yahoo.com/?action=q&board=XCIT

      that are just beginning to take shape. My favorite is Lycos. It has a savvy
      management, aggressive international marketing strategy, and powerful partner (Microsoft!).
      Consider investing in Lycos or CMG, Lycos' parent company. Of course, there is no
      guarantee. The risk can be very high. But if you want more info., you may read my postings
      in the Lycos message board.

      cyberman456
      Web Designer of China Arts Net
      Visit today for Panda Art Gallery, your horoscope, and Chinese Movie Stars
      >http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Temple/6189


    • I agree of all the hard disk drive company QNTM seems to have
      the edge. However, I think the disk drive companies are in
      a price war at this moment (due to SEG dumping).
      Last time I own a disk drive company it was WDC @$4-5...
      and sold at $9. PE in the industry was around 5-6 due to price wars. Good luck.

      Just got back from a Dataquest (Garnter Group) dinner.
      Outlook for 1998 don't look bright. Semiconductor industry
      is very bearish regarding the Asia Pacific countries.
      "Over-leverage" was the term used to describe how Asia/Pacific
      companies finance their operations. Banks made loans made based on continuing positive cash flow projections. With supply up
      and demand stable, the anticipated increase in cash flow
      isn't happening. May take 1-2 months for the news to set in.

      Here's an URL for the people that thing Cyrix chips are
      toys. I seen other benchmark that compare it to a PII 233MHz
      in which the Cyrix 6x86MX beat the PII (lesser degree).
      Remember...266 and 300 are coming later this year and
      early next year.

      http://www.pctoday.com/editorial/hth/971132.html

      BTW, Dataquest think 1998 will be the year when Intel's
      competitors will finally catch up...I think it's NOW.

    • I have two questions. What do you think will be the bottom for Intel. How long before the sleeping Intel giant wakes up and the price starts back up?

    • INTC who? Will we know intel 10 years from now?

    • Dear Texomaiceman:

      Intel vanishes? Just a few messages ago you assured us that Win98 would make all right in the Intel universe. Are there two Texomaicemen? The Good Tex who (depending on one's point of view) supports/opposes the view that Intel will continue to prosper, and the Bad Tex who opposes/supports (again, depends on point of view) that view?

      But, if your timeframe is 10 years, you could be right. In 10 years, who knows what will happen? Maybe we'll all have CPU implants in our scalps, doing away with the desktop altogether. And maybe, they'll all me made by Cyrix!

    • I think people are running without their underpants. Intel should remain in the 75 to 85 trading range. These guys have made billions out of million maybe trillions before 2050! Buy Intel now and retire a millionaire!

    • Dear Texomaiceman:

      I plan on retiring before 2050. As John Kenneth Galbraith (or was it John Maynard Keynes? [Do you really trust these guys who run around exposing their middle names like that?] Well, one's just as good as the other) said, "In the long run, we're all dead."

      But I mostly agree. I think that the chances that Intel will continue to grow and prosper in the long-term are greater than the chances that they will permanently falter.

      But, darn it! The DOW is down over 100 points, and Intel is UP! I am REALLY looking to score a bargain, and the stock keeps hanging around the mid- to upper-70s! Shoulda taken my broker's advice and put in the buy order at 70 the day it dropped to 69 or so. Hindsight is 20/20.

    • Dear Texomaiceman:

      I plan on retiring before 2050. As John Kenneth Galbraith (or was it John Maynard Keynes? [Do you really trust these guys who run around exposing their middle names like that?] Well, one's just as good as the other) said, "In the long run, we're all dead."

      But I mostly agree. I think that the chances that Intel will continue to grow and prosper in the long-term are greater than the chances that they will permanently falter.

      But, darn it! The DOW is down over 100 points, and Intel is UP! I am REALLY looking to score a bargain, and the stock keeps hanging around the mid- to upper-70s! Shoulda taken my broker's advice and put in the buy order at 70 the day it dropped to 69 or so. Hindsight is 20/20.

    • I agree with you texomaiceman, buy Intel now and retire a millionaire buy 2007!

 
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