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.
you don't mention whether you're pushing it up or down, that's if you are a market maker. then, you'll claim credit if it goes up/ down.