I did not expect ADI to get an upgrade this fast.
I am very pleased.
OFF Topic: my friend who
gave me ADI just told me to load up on
Good luck and I am still holding ADI great great
ADI is misbehaving again,so what's new.
actualy got arround FIBR and SPYG, but I was
concentrating on Ciena all week, until today when I sold with
20 run ups, and I might regret it, just kidding I
don't regret anything except instances where I might
have offended someone,and even those are very rare.
I'm greatful today the moment I was able to get up,
walk, and even have a cup of coffee and the stock
market is just part of the
fun. Have a wonderful
I got you beat, but it's still time to get in.
See my old post! I mentioned these stocks awhile
back. Also check the charts and all the old news on
these companies. Good luck! I hope Zerox doesnt screw
up high-tech tomorrow. The news came out at 4:01pm
about their lousy earnings surprise this quarter. They
missed their # by 40%
My vote for stock most likely to quadruple in the
next 4 months. CLAI. Claimsnet.com. If you go to their
homepage and see the professionalism of what they offer
and that there is nobody but them at this point doing
what they do on the Net, you'll see why I'm willing to
gamble on this. Medical claims. Multi-billion $dollar
industry processing $billions in claims in a scattered
non-centralized way on thousands of office manager service
centers around the U.S. Enter the Internet - where it's
all nationally centralized through an application
service provider, done in real time, and eventually
hooked up to every hospital and pharmacy in the U.S. in
real time. I think that this is where Claimsnet is
heading, and they are a brand-new, unheard-of, IPO,
bleeding cash (too!). Sounds perfect to me?
I'm not sure what to say to you. If the
inevitable happens - a selloff - ADI looks like its primed
to participate. In that case, I'd say 60 minimum is
where I'd look to buy in. I'm probably covering here,
because like I said in my previous posts, I've never been
a homerun hitter. 12% for a week's work is good
enough for me. I think ADI is a great company - just a
little ahead of itself here.
My undervalued semi
picks are KLIC (@33-35. Not now) and SIPX (dsp's. Maybe
now), and GNSS (flast screens). I'm into BBY (long)
presently and regretting every minute of it. I like to buy
low and I guess I got my wish.
I also own
RMBS which looks very interesting at precisely this
moment. It looks like the long-awaited and long-disgusted
RD-RAM is actually beginning to happen and the
announcements are rolling out. Samsung just said they are going
to double their output of it next year to 20% of
their total. Royalties, royalties. Now, one day off its
lows. It's been this low 7 times in the last year and
each time it went back up to at least 90. Twice it
went to 120 - and that was with just smoke and mirrors
talk. This time it looks for real. I can't tell you how
many people have been screwed on this stock. After the
CC yesterday one company bought huge at the open,
rocking the stock up to 74, another dumped 276,000 shares
in the last minute to bring it down to 66. Welcome
to RMBS. I guess they'd heard all the "promises"
one-too-many-times before and were unwilling to wait any
Last, but not least, CMTN, a stock whose float has
increased from 4ML to 30ML in the last 7 weeks. HUGE
current earnings and earnings potential, none of which is
in the stock at its price. Has lagged the entire
market. Most targets on it are big.
My motto: Always remain long on stocks (Just as long
as they work for you and not a minute longer).
level would you go back in, because it will be
the chance to double up please tell me your numbers.
I just did that with a
stock that now everyone
revealed that it's linked to Linux, well I gave you ADIers
the name few days ago, and now it's going up.
Mctrombone I hope you got in at 12.5 it's now
All I have to say is that if you don't cover
before the end end of the year, you are making a huge
If y2k turns out to be a non-event, I
predict there will be a huge January rally.
turns out to be a big deal, you might do quite
well...assuming there is a NYSE after the riots!