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  • bskall2000 bskall2000 Nov 16, 2012 8:01 PM Flag

    Geez Can't we get a break

    Is this a stupid question or what?
    Why is atml hitting new lows? Could it be in trouble? It appears something's going on. It never gets a break. Not even a tiny break. Doesn't look good......... In my opinion it doesn't want to hit sell stops. That is why atml is acting horrible to me at this time.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • it is coming - $10 next year.

    • I believe the pull back was because of lack lusting PC industry sales.
      Dell's earning yesterday were terrible, Microsoft is blaming the PC industry lack of inovation and good designs.
      And I agree I went by the computer store and all what you see is the same old models with Windows 8 push inside. Who want's that?
      Surface is oing ok but Surface is not a PC is just a Windows RT mobile device.
      The PC industry is waiting for Surface Pro that is a full feature PC with legacy software compatibility.
      Even worst Apple is looking to gain good because many people are intimidated by Windows 8 and would rather just go Mac.
      So PC sales are down until someone can come up with a good design or Surface RT Pro comes out.
      Atmel depends heavily on Windows 8 success but it is having a slow start like UBS said a few months ago :( and I didn't believe it :( .
      Just keep buying, many factors are in the table that will push Atmel up, This is fact a great bying oportunity.
      Windows 8 will catch up, the expensive European foundry contract that is eating Atmel's margin will end in June and xSense volume ramp up will make Atmel a winner.
      Buy Buy buy

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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