We're the only ones who guessed INTC's demise and that was ten years ago. Same thing with Transmeta. You remember them, right? INTC violated all of their patents, then bought the company and flushed the IP down the bucket.
The usual bucket of bile from the dysfunctional Dana Blankenhorn aka Lucy, Vinnie et al. You've been recommending shorting Intel every since it was 17.67 so you are still underwater and still in need of an ego transplant.
If you had actually made any money you would be able to afford therapy instead of having to use the message boards. The bottom line is that nothing has or nothing will ever make you happy. We just ask that you keep your misery to yourself. Intel didn't want you. Get over it.
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone..."
We are sick of your weeping, Dana. Give it a break...
The usual endless INTC pumping from Waldo who thinks he knows technicals. only a neophte would have missed the dble top in INTC way up there at 21.95. Poor fool who still has little clue what he's doing, but has shown some signs of improving. What gets in the way is the endless belief that when intc drops, the market is stupid. if armh goes up, the market is stupid. The market could care less.
Yes, Vin and I are experts. That's why we post here all day instead of sailing on our yachts or banging supermodels. We are humanitarians and want to help the dopey small investors like you guys. So you owe us, instead of hating us.
Intel did not buy Transmeta. Intel and Transmeta settled their mutual patent violation lawsuts by Intel buying patents.
On August 8, 2008, Transmeta announced that it had licensed its LongRun and low-power chip technologies to Nvidia for a one-time license fee of $25 million Later in the year, on November 17, Transmeta announced the signing of a definitive agreement to be acquired by Novafora, a digital video processor company based in San Diego, CA, for $255.6 million in cash, subject to adjustments dependent on working capital. The deal was finalized on January 28, 2009, when Novafora announced the completion of its acquisition of Transmeta.
Intellectual Venture Funding LLC completed the acquisition of the patent portfolio formerly developed and owned by Transmeta Corporation on February 4, 2009.
Due to financial troubles and inability to execute, Novafora collapsed in late July, 2009.
50 billion in yearly revenues just laughed at you and your "demise" statement. Intel, the company that you hate with every ounce of your being, will be alive and well long after you kick the bucket. How's that taste?