Just posted benchmarks very discouraging. Its becoming clear that ARM designs are hitting a huge wall. Apple will have to choose Intel sooner or later.
I'm sorry..I'm usually bullish but even I have to admit the stock is way overpriced here. HP CEO said today that long-term, PCs are a flat to negative growth market.
This is the start of the ARM ecosystem decline. Its clear ARM is losing in servers, desktops, & laptops. X86, meanwhile, is making major inroads in tablets & eventually SOC smartphones and IoTs. Just as an ecosystem gets stronger as momentum builds, the same holds true in reverse as things turn negative. You'll start seeing more & more ARM players dropping out going forward.
Wait until Jan 1., when most everyone's health premiums will go up. Socialism at its best.
Should be a solid floor as long as Intel keeps their buyback program in place the next 2 quarters. Still disappointed the CFO has not raised the dividend in 3 years (while he personally sold a bulk of his shares).
Only an idiot would completely abandon Iraq with zero American presence. That's what we get for electing a community organizer into Office. "...Don't cross the red line...."
Pre-markets are very ugly. Looks like we'll finally get our 10% correction. Obama getting sucked back into Iraq, which will cost us $Billions.
Too many negative rumours right now. Intel leadership needs to be more transparent.
Depends on how much legs the upgrade cycle has. Commercial upgrades (PCs/servers) could potentially last all next year, as I've been amazed at how old PCs are in businesses today. The other card Intel hasnt played yet are the big layoffs/cost cutting a-la HPQ & Microsoft (20K employees). That can easily drive EPS growth. Can they get 14nm & mobile fixed before then is the big question.