Those that carry a laptop and smartphone between the office and home don't do that anymore. They either email files to themselves to open at home, or they copy the files to a thumb drive, or use the cloud or dropbox. They don't need a windows 10 phone as a computer. And I would rule out business oriented hotels having monitors, keyboards and mice in rooms as well. Ain't gonna happen. No need. Extra cost.
I'm taking my Windows 10 phone on vacation. I need to do some word processing. I go down to the front desk at my hotel. I ask whether there's an HDMI monitor, bluetooth Keyboard and mouse around so I can plug my phone in. Right, like that's gonna happen. Or I go to a conference somewhere. Same problem. It's basically almost as costly to provide real laptops for folks to use. Or do folks think that hotel rooms are gonna be equipped with this stuff. Maybe I'm not getting it, but I don't see why this phone is needed. Better to buy a cheap, light laptop to carry around.
ARM's stock price is not relevant to Intel. And you know it. You just can't help posting your garbage, because you're a sicko. Take your meds and you may be able to fight your obsession. If your meds don't work there's always ECT.
I understand with your limited intelligence you might have forgotten that Mr. George Bush and his neocon buddies started these Middle East wars by convincing dumbo politicians to invade Iraq. With lies of course. Remember, no WMD were ever found. And don't give me that BS about chemical weapons that Mr. Cheney sold to Saddam when he worked for Ronnie Raygun, another idiot. Mr. Cheney and his Texas Oil buddies were only interested in Iraqi oil. I'm sure they had multiple oil orgasms just thinking about all those Iraqi oil contracts for their companies. And they got contracts from the puppet government we installed. But the invasion and subsequent civil war resulted in the destabilization of the Middle East that we're now experiencing. Obama had nothing to do with this. And he can't fix it either. No one can.
Not all Republicans are stupid, but all stupid people are Republicans. You fit the mold exactly. Thank you for confirming.
Sure took me long enough. But then again, I don't know much about this stuff. But I'm learning fast.
And that's why they can short with impunity and Mr. Covello can issue negative stock price predictions. Again with impunity and why he hasn't lost his job.
I'll look forward to that. It seems that for the 'short term', years perhaps, we are locked into this BS. The option makers are going to screw around with Intel and there's nothing anyone can do.
Stiglitz is right. You are wrong. Read 'The Pitchforks Are Coming' to see what's ahead if things don't change. Google it.
No, they won't. But Intel has lots of cash as well, and isn't sitting around either. True, it's a war, fought on many fronts, and we shall see how it plays out in the next several years.
Here's where I believe you are making a mistake. It's different this time, because the CEO is different. Much more market savvy than the last guy, and knows what the stakes are. You have been correct, but BK will get the designs and pricing right. My opinion of course.
I always find it amazing to see how tightly the price of any stock can be controlled. Take today for example. No more than five to ten cent fluctuations in Intel's share price for hours on end. And it probably doesn't take more than several hundred shares up or down to do it. Only an unexpected event, like news of an acquisition, could significantly alter the price in a short period of time.
Especially if the improved chips are more expensive. Wall Street doesn't care about these improvements in manufacturing, only revenues and earnings. So we're gonna have to wait until the next earnings report before we can expect any price increase, and only then, if earnings are growing. That means there's a lot of time for the share price to slide. Also, opex will determine the closing price tomorrow, I think it will be less than $32.50 no matter what the overall market does.