purpose did it serve? Right or wrong, it makes no difference, plus it was mostly innuendo. I never see him bashing ARMH or any of Intel's competitors. I wonder who pays him via his transfer agent, the Motley Fool.
What an imbecile you are. Make sure you have your candidate before you leave the house this morning, dummy. Don't leave without one.
All Republican candidates are idiots. Christie defunded Planned Parenthood when he really needed to defund his next meal.
Hey Dumbo, your ignorance is showing. You haven't been taking your medications again. There is no way to predict a bottom for this market and these stocks. We could have a long, long way to go. Unfortunately, those of us that have stuck around are losing a ton of cash. I know I am. And so have you.
Why would they do that? They didn't indict George Bush for lying us into a disastrous war with Iraq. How many Americans died in that war compared with Benghazi? I think it was a 'few' more.
I'm sure the other companies that develop and sell ARM based microprocessors are happy to hear this. Nothing like more competition to drive down prices. And profits.
Aw shucks, that all you got. My existence is fantastic because I get to put down ignoramuses like you. Over and over again 'cause you right wing imbeciles never learn.
He was unpatriotic for raising the debt. Obama was forced to increase the debt to pay for Bush's mistakes. Of course, you danced around the fact that Mr. Bush, the guy that you voted for twice, is a war criminal and a traitor. A man is judged by the company he keeps. Remember that and try to keep better company.
You're ignorant. Bush is a war criminal responsible for the deaths of over 4000 Americans and tens of thousands of innocent Iraqis, not to mention injuries and displacement. He lied us into an illegal war for oil under the guise of WMDs that never existed. Iraq had done nothing to us. That war led to the Middle East crisis we have today. Bushco paid for those wars with borrowed money. He squandered away the surplus that Bill Clinton left. He should be in prison sharing a cell with some guy that bends him over every night. And Bush began TARP that theoretically saved the financial industry from going under, remember Hank Paulson, he's a Bush appointee. You have the IQ of a bumblebee.
Bottom line is that folks only see what he writes, not the story behind it. Since Intel PR is non-existent as far as I can tell, all the negative #$%$ that comes out is never refuted. PR is important, and Intel is lousy at it. I'm interested in the underlying business for sure, but I also want the stock price to rise sometime in my lifetime. Good PR is a necessary factor in that happening. Perhaps you don't agree. In terms of your statement, there actually was plenty of availability from the start, just no purchasing interest because of lack of sockets. Frankly, Intel should have said that and not you. This is war and the other fellas aren't playing nice.
Better late than never, let's see if he can keep it balanced from this point on.
You are correct. I read his articles because I'm afraid that I'm going to miss something substantial that will affect Intel's business. But I hardly ever do. Got to read positive and negative stuff, I just don't like speculation passing off as probably true.
You've never directly worked for ARMH, but have you worked for a company associated in any way with ARMH? Something tells me you have.
Yes, ARMH has a long history on the Fool, but there are no negatively biased articles about them. Only positives. Whether or not the company is small or large makes no difference. I want to see balanced reporting, not speculation or inferences, just reporting. I'll draw my own conclusions, I don't need Ashraf making up stuff to create doubt.
What argument, it's pure speculation. Ashraf has no idea what Intel is actually doing, he's extrapolating. He could be wrong. Why doesn't he wait a year or so, he'll find out just like we will.