November 15 they will get the word on premiums raises Obama held til after the election.
I lucked out this time. Remember I was selling my calls early. I didn't want to get stuck again after the dividend. Sold the second half today at great prices both days. I picked up some PFE calls on Monday and again today when it fell below 30. I sold a few hundred calls at 50% profit for the new ones and even better on some 29s. Got out of everything today. Good luck to all. I will look for re-entry. Bernstein is using the same line of #$%$ that Morgan Stanley tried. Hope it doesn't last.
I like the desktops because I like a nice sized monitor. I have a laptop I run off the router, I use it for traveling or if a guest wants access.
Did he get evicted? Is he dead? I would think he would still be posting about being right but too early or some nonsense. After all he is the most interesting man in the market lol
Lately, almost all of the headlines about Ubuntu Linux and Canonical have involved the cloud. But open source fans dreaming of an Ubuntu-powered Intel (INTC) x86 tablet may reason for excitement, if reports are accurate that the UT One Linux tablet will ship by this December.
Phoronix reported news to this effect a few days ago, citing information from Andrew Bernstein, who has a history of involvement in Linux and open source development.
Details on the tablet are sparse, but hardware specifications for the mobile device include an Intel Atom Z3735D SoC quad-core processor, 2GB of memory and 16GB of storage—which, incidentally, makes it pretty similar to the Dell Latitude 2100 netbook I bought five years ago, which is still happily chugging along on Ubuntu today.
It's not entirely clear who is launching the tablet, but Phoronix mentions companies named Demski Group and Mastermind Hardware and Logistics. Bernstein is apparently part of the venture as well. Canonical almost certainly is not.
That latter fact makes this initiative much less interesting than it would be if Canonical were officially sponsoring an Ubuntu tablet running on Intel hardware, something that has yet to materialize despite Canonical's longstanding effort to "converge" Ubuntu Linux across desktops, servers, the cloud and mobile devices.
All the same, the tablet is still something to watch, if only for an indication of how much interest there really is in Ubuntu on x86 mobile hardware, and how much they're willing to pay for it. We'll see what happens in December.
See the CLF Yahoo site. I don't really know if the analyst ir right or wrong to be bearish, but the CEO took to publicly refusing to answer his question because "you all ready know everything about the company" lol and mentioned his low price target.
Last day to buy INTC for the dividend.
Damned thing going backward on a good market day. Monday is the last day to get the dividend or pay for it if you are short.
It takes a lot to reverse a 55 million share sell off. They have to work the fat off. Traders will be active all day. The 4th is the last day for the dividend which might convince shorts to buy back rather than pay the dividend. Don't forget the rise we missed while falling as well. Hopefully we will make it all up. Many thanks to Japan today.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
They bought over 10K 33.5 10/31 PUTS at ask in the morning and started the charade. Those puts are only good until tomorrow at close. So it definitely was a short term Bear Raid.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Then I went bone headed on some cheap (I thought) INTC options. This stock is just too dangerous to ride with options. I imagine we may get a reaction from the company, but this seems similar to the Microchip raid only a little more relevant.
I put INTC INTEL in the news section of a search engine. I use Bing. It automatically updates all news items.
Intel drops after Intersil reports seeing high PC chip inventories
Oct 30 2014, 14:34 ET | About: Intersil Corporation (ISIL) | By: Eric Jhonsa, SA News Editor
Analog/power management IC vendor Intersil (ISIL -12.2%) posted a Q3 miss and light Q4 guidance, and forecast on its CC (transcript) its computing market sales would fall "as much as 20% to 25% sequentially in Q4."
Intersil attributed roughly half of the decline to to lower PC builds, and the other half to an inventory correction. "In computing, we're seeing an imbalance between inventory builds and end demand, which will impact Q4."
Intel (INTC -3.8%) is selling off on a day the Nasdaq is up 0.4%. The chip giant provided a Q3 beat and solid Q4 guidance two weeks ago, but sold off afterwards as analysts argued the gap between Intel's PC CPU sales growth and industry growth was partly due to an inventory build.
Intersil, whose ICs regulate power flows on PC motherboards, expects the inventory correction to be over by Q1, and is counting on the launch of Intel's 14nm Skylake platform (the successor to the just-launched Broadwell, due in 2H15) to provide a boost next year.
It seems to be another short term bear raid. They bought thousands of puts for strike 33.5 mostly at ask. over 10K puts bought for expiration tomorrow. They could unwind at any time.
exactly. Too many ETFs. Socks seldom trade on the value of the stock, but just the movements of the ETFs.