While manufacturing an oled display uses much of the toolset also employed in an LCD display fab, a HUGE amount of R&D effort is required to develop and integrate the relevant oled process steps. THAT's what prevents Foxconn from producing oled displays any time soon. I agree though, that Foxconn gained valuable IP in IGZO which can be applied to oled as well as lcd.
Typical American dissing the rest of the world as their glorious nation is about to go down burning in flames with a fiery orange-haired commander-in-chief to be. Try to focus on the fire set to engulf your own nation instead of talking trash about Canada you dikkhed,
If you didn't quasi-spam this board with so many messages, maybe I'd have seen your trades. No one wants to hear your views regurgitated hour on the hour. But whatever, it's your time wasted not mine.
How about posting more real-time trades and less ranting and raving. That will garner you much more respect.
If it truly is sector rotation, then there is no urgency to average down on tobacco stocks now since more downside is virtually inevitable
Don't you know that Heinz manufactures mustard gas bombs? And just what do you think that red stuff is that comes out of enemy soldiers when they get shot.... Heinz ketchup!
The lobsterhead's idiocy has no bounds.
What about the thrill of a formula- e races... that ear-deafening whining of electric motors, the smell of batteries fast-charging in the pits, spectacular blinding white arcs and sparks from shorted-out wiring after a crash...
I say bring it on. Maybe another company will be more aggressive in putting all that cash flow to work.
Wowsa. No board has nearly the amount of spam as this one. Congratulations spammers on beating the YHOO censoring system.
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My point is that you are blowing the risks far out of proportion. Yes political events happen. Governments change all the time. But that does not translate to chaos, and even when there is initial disruption, the world economy quickly adapts and carries on business. It is rare to see such events lead to collapse of a nation, especially developed countries like Spain.
Why does this #$%$ have to happen to the good guys? And the #$%$ guy still plans to do a tour with the band this summer before he dies. How selfless can you get.
@News that Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie has been diagnosed with a terminal form of brain cancer has elicited a sea of support from fans across the country and around the world.
Funny how some posters are so arrogant when they're on the winning side and disappear off the face of the earth when things are not going so great.
Equipment makers like AMAT (they just released earnings yesterday) are seeing higher end demand as oled fab capacity expands.
Utilities and consumer staples getting hit hard too. Looks like the big boys see interest rate hikes on the horizon and are rotating out of interest sensitive stocks. Notice the corresponding strength in bank stocks that benefit in a rising rate environment. That's my guess.
I think it's clear demand for U will only increase. The issue is supply. First it was de-arming of nuclear warheads. Now it's enriching facilities converting tailings. This reminds me alot of the Pd story. Demand growing, supply deficits claimed, and yet supply continues to appear seemingly out of thin air for years on end.
---SAN has other things to worry about too---not mentioned here.---
Are you referring to the UK referendum to exit the EU? Sure there are risks, but countries have proven quite resilient even in the face of huge obstacles. All three nations you mentioned are still standing. Quite shocking given events that they have faced. As I said, a country does not typically just lay over and die. IN any case, I will be watching the Brexit vote closely for a new buying opportunity of more SAN shares.