as you can see from part of your article below,
and Athlon based PCs remains a scarce commodity.
Yawn. Doesn't look like Intel has much to worry about
after all. Give it up short. INTEL IS FAR FROM BEING
SCREWED. INTEL is still the one to beat. And poor old AMD
still has a long way to go to do so. (see part of
Intel won't be far behind, however;
it is slated to come out with 700-MHz and 733-MHz
Pentium IIIs on October 25, sources said. The fastest
Pentium III now tops out at 600 MHz. Overall, Athlon
achieves a higher level of performance than the Pentium
III at equal speeds, leading to crisper, more
realistic graphics, according to testers.
Athlon optimism will likely be tempered by availability
of new PCs, or the lack thereof. Released last
month, Athlon-based computers remain a relatively scarce
commodity at stores because of a lack of motherboards and
other internal components for these computers, sources
said. Supply will likely improve, but the process will
just a few sellers immediately after the article
was announced on cnbc but after a few
sellers(fools!), the ask price went right back up except for the
17 shares at 74 bucks...thats probably barrons
editor trying to look good. the drop didnt last very
long. i expect intc to rise monday.....after the
amzn.bomb article, barrons lost some pull. now they are
quickly becoming a contrarian indicator....now when
barrons says sell.... buy
Barrons is at it again. This weekends edition is
butchering Intel. I just heard it on cnbc. The idiot from
barrons said it is
worth 36. This rag seems to take
joy in emasculating stocks. Some academic should do a
study on the accuracy of their butcher jobs over the
long run. Unfortunately they do have a short term
affect on the price of the stock.
Claims that Intel is a $36 stock.
will be interesting to watch Monday.
however is the Best Contrarian Indicator, their Writers
are 2nd Rate.
Monday's Low may signify the LOW
for the year on Intel Stock, so a buying opportunity.