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  • ashraf.eassa ashraf.eassa Jan 14, 2013 1:14 PM Flag

    Anybody else frustrated?


    Why is it that our stock gets railed, even with strong fundamentals, improving market share, and a healthy balance sheet?

    What does the Street know that we don't?

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    • Poor mister ashraf.eassa

      The guy is like the Rodney Dangerfield of message boards.

      Where ever he goes, it's always the same.

      No Respect. No respect at all.

      Just look at the replies rating Yahoo! has assigned to this thread he started.


      Ha ha ha ha!

      "No Respect. No respect at all."

    • Non gamers aka the street don't understand project Shield and consider it a risk and a distraction. I believe they are wrong as the device is a perfect execution of their core competence and perfectly ties their product portfolio together. If Nvidia prices the device right I believe they have a homerun.
      / frank

    • Well, the market is flat (or worse) for most semis that you would think could benefit from Apple's drop in share price today. And most reports from analysts haven't upgraded or changed their position from before CES, so I don't think the 'street' knows something we don't. If there was a change to the negative in a recommendation for the stock by now, I would say someone 'may' know something. The uncertainty that was expressed before CES hasn't changed for the funds after the CES . . yet.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • "What does the Street know that we don't?"

      The Street, she is wise and astute.
      She knows many many things about seeking and investing in the best stocks.
      But one thing the Street knows for sure.
      Is don't believe any of the krap that Ashraf Eassa posts on seekingalpha.
      Oh no no no.
      'Cause that guy is never right.

      He does write a half-way decent apology though....

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