whether it sucks or not is not the point!
sooner or later, everyone gets pushed along to the next OS.
& that equates to higher memory requirements.
my point was that I'm sure some people bought new PCs, & laptops, some may have had to buy more memory to accommodate the new OS installed, etc.. don't twist my words (to benefit your short)!
some more positives that might help MU on their next earnings call.
i guess everyone had forgotten that Win 10 just recently came out!
Back to school!
I'm sure a few PCs, & laptops were purchased for the school year.
I'm waiting for some good news also. a dividend would be nice. stock buyback would be better. orders for the new chip would be great also.
if that's the case, & i leans toward that view as well, MU might take off after earnings.
i also think that if they announced any orders coming in for the new chip, it'll help lift the stock.
never saw you comment that the strong $ might be reason for the headwinds on MU, but all you ever say is MU is a piece of s.
do your own research, i'm not providing your the ammo.
I know MU encountering some difficulties, but i stand by my comments, MU is a solid company, it'll have it's day; just like when Western Digital was facing all that news about how SSD would destroy hard drives.
i would guess that there should be a 2nd bidder. MU is at a cheap price right now (imo).
i hear all these short shouting it's worth 0, it's worth 0, when they really don't understand why MU is really down. the strong $ might have something to do with it, among other reason, which i don't want to take the time to help educate knuckleheads, but my point is that MU is a solid company.
I'm against a buyout, & even an investment by the Chinese (& I'm Asian). They really just want the technology. once they have that, they'll make it their own.
i don't know enough to comment on that, but i hope they've all piling in, & this thing starts it's rise to glory.
a little news on a couple of orders coming in for the new chip should do wonders for the stock.