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Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. Message Board

brokestock 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 9, 2014 8:43 AM Member since: Sep 16, 2009
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  • I'm not sure what to make of his reports. They seem knowledgeable and detailed. But he spends so much time writing about Intel and when he doesn#$%$ a negative article on ARM or AMD. I watched him blindly support INTC over the past years only to have to eat crow at Seeking Alpha.

    What bothers me is when I look at the Yahoo news on INTC which I do invest in. The articles are almost always written by this one person who has a history of supporting INTC right or wrong. Anyone else notice this?

    Just figured I'd mention it so others recognize that his articles are well written, but be sure when doing research to read what others write too to get a wider perspective on what's going on. Just take note that if you read 10 articles on INTC note the author when doing your research to get some variety.

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    What does this company do?

    by brokestock Apr 29, 2014 8:23 PM
    brokestock brokestock Apr 30, 2014 6:25 AM Flag

    I figured if the company is worth investing in. They would put the effort into making sure their information is correct here. Their profile does not seem to reflect what they do. So hence I figured I'd ask here. If this message board is not for n00bs/learning about the company, what good is it?

  • Their profile on Yahoo talks about compressing media to usb drives. They seem to produce something to do with Marijuana. The profile shows one employee, but they have multiple 'execs'. No seriously. What does this company/persons do?

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