I love the part when you predict the bounce to 23 and change. Up after hours! You didn't see today's chart? It was up after hours last night and tanked another half a buck today. Same scenario tomorrow. And the next day. And the next day. Until it hits $18 where it will languish. That's when I sell my puts. Already a quadruple in the last week. Will be a six bagger by Monday.
Perhaps this anticipation for tom? Depends on what this device looks like and delivers but everyone I kno wsay if only they had a device they could really do work on and open apps like word excel etc. Impossible to do REAL work on these little smart phones. Dell may just stike GOLD tomorrow if it's as good as it seems.
Dell set to unveil mini-notebook computer -source 09/02 08:58 PM
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Dell Inc (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) is poised to announce a new mini-laptop computer later this week, a source familiar with the company's plan said on Tuesday, confirming a Wall Street Journal story. The source said the Dell (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) "mini" would be a low-priced computer that is two-thirds the size of full-featured laptops, which will put it into competition with the Eee PC from Asustek Computer (AKCPF:$3.1508,$0.0000,0.00%) <2357.TW> and other rivals in Taiwan and Japan.
The Journal cited "people familiar with the device" as saying the Dell (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) mini notebook is likely to sell for under $400, have a screen size under nine inches, and run either Microsoft (MSFT:$26.90,00$-0.20,00-0.74%) Windows or Linux operating system software.
A Dell (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) spokeswoman was not immediately available to comment. The source confirmed that the new Dell (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) model would be revealed on Thursday as part of an announcement with partner Box.net, which supplies online data storage services to Dell (DELL:$20.31,00$-0.52,00-2.50%) . Mini-notebooks have caught on with heavy computer users who want full-access not just to e-mail but to Web pages and business documents while on the go outside of their offices. (Reporting by Eric Auchard; Editing by Braden Reddall)