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You can index CDN to S&P i.e. 0% difference a year
ago, now what
difference? Apart from a short dip,
As for the argument that semi
troubles will hit CDN, SNPS, AVNT
hard. All the semis
need new products, more so in a downturn
have to be even more competitive to survive.
need to get these products out faster too. So any that
on designers or design tools will die. I don't have
on how their service business is
affected by semi's downturn
Wow! This message board certainly provides some
amusing exchanges. Here's what I have to add at this
The reorg PR from Cadence yesterday is clearly the
result of the departure of Michael Bealmear, and Dan
Maher. One may wonder what the story is behind their
departures, however it probably doesn't matter anyway since
the individuals identified to take over the various
roles under John Olsen are experienced, seasoned execs
who will drive hard to execute their aggressive
This type of change happens all the time
in the industry; one mark of a leading company is
the depth of their bench and the ease with which they
adapt to new circumstances. Short term holders may have
cause to worry, but not investors.
Now I'm really confused. Earlier in the day you
CDN. Peak pmylnar Jul 21 1998
You're correct about CDN's absolute
high price. Most people are
lucky to sell within
5-10% of the absolute high (or buy 5-10%
bottom), hence my range. "
Now you are saying,
apologize for the "inaccurate
nature" of my estimated
price range peak (I eyeballed it off a chart).
Well what is it dude? I wish you could get your
I'm really curious how you managed
to find your way into the yahoo messages for CDN
without ever having look at the yahoo chart before today.
You have done too much research on CDN and investing
for me not to believe that you are a naturally
curious individual (or team, which could be one
explanation for all the back-tracking. swing shift doesn't
have a clue what the day shift is talking about) who
would be unable to keep yourself from checking out the
charts on your way to the message center.
you hadn't totally destroyed your credibiltiy with
all the backtracking you have done because you seemed
to actually hve some interesting things to say until
I realized that you are full of b.s.
however, thank you pmylnar for providing so much
entertainment. The "facts" you present are almost as
entertaining as the fairytales of the brothers grim.
gotta get a life!!
Anyone who believes in AVNT must be a moron. AVNT
stole the code from CDN. You don't need to be a
computer genius to prove it because the graphical
interface of several AVNT's software contains the same
prompts and messages as the software in Cadence tools.
AVNT got caught red-handed. Hurray Cadence!!! Watch
AVNT hit $5 a share!!!
I know why because PMylnar is female (according
Yahoo profile) and always bitching because of
(Post Mens... Syndrome).
One thing I found out that
PMylnar just lied and lied:
from a previous message,
PMylnar said that she has not
designed any circuit
since school hence not working
with Avanti, but from Silicon Investor
30's, location Sicicon Valley, Degree
Engineer, Favorite Stocks: Anything in
Investment Experience: 15 years (what a genius
invest since teenager) and favorite quote:
management team is either stupid, they're liars, or
just didn't know; all of which are equally bad.
I don't get your point, so what if CDN
underperforms or overperforms S&P500?
Do you always want
your kid to top the class? Poor baby.
specifically choosing a local optimum for CDN starting from
June 1996 is unfair from any points of view.
least CDN is helping the investors to make a good
money. Everyone who bought then is happy
Forget it, we all know that you hate CDN. IMOO.
I don't know what you are talking about. What
is the same as all other chart service I
have known of
(SI, Big charts). What I do know that
my 4000 shares
bought at 7 (split adjusted) in
summer 1995 and another
4000 shares bought at 14
(split adjusted) in summer 1997
and now I have a
substantial profit here.
I agree that EDA share price do
swing with SOX, however
if you look at the last
couple SEMI downturn (1992 and
revenues and EPS increased substantially
about 400 mil in 1992, 600 mil in 1995
and 912 mil
in 1997 and about 1.1 bill in 1998).
Now I know why your wrong. The chart you're
looking at shows CDN and the SP500 on the same chart/same
scale. That isn't the way that relatice strength works!
You must 1) take a start date, 2) index CDN's
performance to the S&P500. YHOO doesn't do this. They just
overlay the 2 charts. Also, I apologize for the
"inaccurate nature" of my estimated price range peak (I
eyeballed it off a chart). However, the conclusion remains
the same. CDN has underperformed the S&P500 ever
since the semiconductor business started to roll over
in June of 1996. Guess what?! It's never different.
Look at Linear Technologies PR tonight. They are the
best run semiconductor company in the world, and
walla, 6-9 months after orders for memory and MPU
companies rolled over, they're seeing it. CDN and SNPS and
yes AVNT are next. We'll see who has been
conservative in their deal making. IMOO.