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billy_ray_valentine 187 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2015 3:10 PM Member since: Apr 22, 2008
  • billy_ray_valentine billy_ray_valentine Oct 30, 2014 11:26 AM Flag

    exactly. Too many ETFs. Socks seldom trade on the value of the stock, but just the movements of the ETFs.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • billy_ray_valentine billy_ray_valentine Oct 30, 2014 11:22 AM Flag

    INTC was "overbought" and the article regarding MSFT considering ARMH servers was the plug that opened the drain. I think this might be a good buying time considering Nov 4th is the last day to buy for the dividend. I sold all mine INTC yesterday but bought some today just because the dividend is coming very soon. I can't say I didn't expect a drop before the X-Div date, but this is it and it is overdone.

  • Or pay for it November 5th if you are short.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • billy_ray_valentine by billy_ray_valentine Oct 30, 2014 9:51 AM Flag

    The X-Div date is November 5. That means you have until the end of the day Tuesday the 4th to buy and receive the dividend or pay the dividend if short.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    PFE's last split was in 1999.

    by ownever Oct 29, 2014 3:22 PM
    billy_ray_valentine billy_ray_valentine Oct 29, 2014 7:37 PM Flag

    why would PFE split at such a low price. Unthinkable.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

    (S&P Capital IQ) Print

    We raise our 2014 EPS est. $0.02 to $2.25 but keep our 12-month target at $37. Q3 adj. EPS of $0.57 vs. $0.58 is $0.02 ahead of our est. Sales fell 2% on generic erosion. PFE left open the possibility of a tax inversion deal, but noted uncertainty over potential future Treasury Dept. rule changes. We think a large tax inversion deal is limited and are encouraged by its recent capital deployment strategy including an $11B stock buyback. We think PFE is making solid pipeline progress and has FDA action dates in H1 15 for palbociclib for breast cancer and Trumenba for meningitis B.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is expected to post higher sales for its Education tablets in 2015, according to Digitimes Research. The chipmaker, which came up with its Classmate PC series for developing countries in the education market, did not enjoy much success with its StudyBook tablet in 2012.

    Replacement trend to continue in 2015

    Digitimes stated that the Education tablets’ shipments would reach one million units in 2014, replacing some demand for the notebook-shaped Classmate PC. The report also mentioned that the replacement trend will catch up in 2015, driving shipment of Education tablets year-over-year growth by more than 100%, and accounting for 60% of Intel’s education product shipments, up from 35% in 2014.

    According to Digitimes research, the countries that have earlier bought Classmate PCs would shift to the education tablet; this will cause a decline in the Classmate PC shipment from 2.5 million units in 2014 to below two million units in 2015. At the same time, the Education tablet’s shipments are expected to total more than three million units in 2015.

    Shipment orders from the emerging countries take course as per the political scenario and government budgets. Therefore, it can’t be said yet whether the Education tablet will achieve the ceiling of 3.5 million units set by Classmate PCs.

    Low-end Notebooks hold potential for Intel

    For the third-quarter of 2014, Intel sold 15 million tablets, but the mobile chip division of the company posted another operating loss of $1.04 billion. Management is constantly reassuring regarding revenue next year, but x86 mobile chips will continue as a loss making enterprise.

    It is expected that the company will earn greater revenue by shipping 20 million low-end notebook processors than selling 40 million tablet processors this year. Low-priced notebooks war between Google and Mic

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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