Ah, so you're a day trader. That's why you talk your BS every morning. Short in the AM, and buy back later that day. Well, good luck to you.
What makes you think Intel stock is at lofty levels? I think it's cheap. So does management or they wouldn't be buying stock back now.
Gee, management must think the current stock price is LOW and going Higher. It may be the highest level in years, but that doesn't mean Intel is 'fairly' priced now. So maybe management considers the shares to currently be CHEAP!
Because he's a shorty. Not a smarty. If he thinks that if all the posters on this message board sold all their shares, it would make any appreciable difference in the share price, he's really not a smarty. Or bought shares, for that matter.
Those shorting have been purchasing back shares, which is why the number of shares short have decreased. So the average daily volume may actually be around what it is now. We shall see.
It's 'per' usual. Keep up the good work. You're doing a great job for Intel's stock price. Thanking you in advance.
I'm going to put my two cents in here, even though I no longer own shares, and sold at a considerable loss. I believe Mr. Mitchell had no idea of the degree of difficulty he would face finding oil/gas in Turkey. You have to remember that the majors don't do much in Turkey and that's because they've decided it isn't worth their while to do so. They would drill in Turkey if they thought it would be profitable because of the prices there. In fact, the majors drill in much more unstable and dangerous places than Turkey because finding and producing at commercial levels is easier and less costly. I think Jed is having a lot of trouble because there just isn't much oil/gas in Turkey. He made his money in Texas or Oklahoma where it was a Hell of a lot easier and cheaper. Jed is way out of his league here. I hope I'm wrong, but life is short and money is shorter.
Maybe the market was overbought, or undersold, or maybe oversold, or underbought. All garbage terms. They all assume that some price/earnings ratio is the 'correct' one. BS.
OMG, it's a correction! Like the markets were incorrect and now they need correcting. Bad, bad market. You are going to be corrected. Whatever the Hell that means.
No biggie because nobody was watching. Apple stole whatever thunder Intel would have reported. On purpose.
You have no Proof that they won't. There is no proof of anything as you know. But the probabilities are in my favor. Tech is always improving, no way to stop it. Phone chips, no big deal. Commodities. Just like tablets. Not where the real money is to be made. Wait and see.
You're correct. Forget about the consumer gizmos, mostly useless. How about autos, home appliances, machinery, data centers, communication, etc.. Intel will be a leader in all of those areas.
It's interesting that the Keynote is at the same time as the big Apple event. Apple stealing Intel's thunder so to speak?