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  • neti_netu neti_netu Sep 5, 2004 10:51 AM Flag


    During seven of the last 10 presidential races, the major indexes posted gains for September, according to the Stock Trader's Almanac. The month ended in a loss three times -- in 1972 and 1984, when incumbents ran and won, and in 2000, when there was no incumbent.


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    • How does the market know in September who will win in November?

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      • Looks like good growth to me AMD+INTC

        INTC stumbles on getting some next gen. parts out the door. So, they are only going to bring in $8.5B in revenue in the next quarter as opposed to the $8.1B they brought in during the most recent quarter. They still have $400M in sequential revenue growth.

        AMD has more than picked up what INTC is leaving behind. AMD is bringing in $5B this year instead of the $3.5B they brought in during 2003. AMD has 40% annual growth!! This is what happens when the competition hits their delines better than the fat, out-of-shape industry leader. We have the two main microprocessor companies growing beyond 10% combined; you know there is no global market slowdown, you know this is a great opportunity to buy the companies that have a diverse customer base like Agere does.
        Long and strong