...http://www.digitimes.com/NewsShow/Article.asp?datePublish=2004/02/05&pages=A4&seq=12Note the dramatic price increase in DDR400 vs. other speeds.That's right, boys and girls. DRAM prices will be going much higher. Maybe not today, maybe not tommorrow, but soon.
MU is a $20s stock. Moves too slow.
So it only took 5 days, hypocrite. You attack me when I post info from digitimes articles about what Samsung sources said about NAND. Then 5 days later, you take the same path.That officially qualifies you as a pumper, I believe.Have a nice dayhttp://finance.messages.yahoo.com/bbs?.mm=FN&action=m&board=4687884&tid=mu&sid=4687884&mid=209504
Whatever you say, pal.I'm still waiting for you to produce a link to a story, any story, that announces a manufacturer switching from flash back to DRAM.Whenever you have the time to do a little research.
Furthermore, starting in mid February, DRAM suppliers will be increasing their production volume, which could bring pressure to bear on unsustainably high spot market prices. http://www.siliconstrategies.com/article/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=BMXKEIV0K0OEEQSNDBCSKHY?articleId=17601950
That's right, pal. Keep following Nam Kim's advice.You'll be history soon.
Spot DRAM prices are DOWN again today:http://www.dramexchange.com/Anyone ever notice that the word DRAM and DOWN both start with "D" and both have the same number of letters?I don't think it's a coincidence...