at the very least I can speel and my grammer is beter than that pothead pushing oslh
Blue, that's all true, but previous RMF'D acquisitions were helpful in proving to management that they were running a growth company, and so therefore entitled to all the share-based compensation which RMF'D free cash flow could support.
So, it's all good.
Ok, I accept that you really think silicon valley is in Oregon.
As to labor costs, bragging about how NC is supposedly cheaper than somewhere else is just another way of saying those people are less skilled.
Blue, let's line this statement up next to the one you made about electricity making your charts not work.
"I have driven in Silicon Valley. It takes some of those people 2 hours to get to work and 2 hours to get home. Work to home in Greensboro can be 10 minutes. Also, today, "home is where the laptop is.""
Ok, first of all, silicon valley is not in Oregon.
Secondly, you can not live in a laptop. Not even with IKEA furniture. By definition, not a home.
Blue, there have been periods of RMF'D enthusiasm in the past. I think it's more a question of whether the combined companies can live up to that promise.
The Mo is theirs to lose, although as I've previously stated, I think the market crash will be the undoing of this rally.
It will happen much sooner than any failed delivery from TriF'D
But the largest shareholders are Piddly and Bungles, so by definition, they are looking out for the shareholder interest.
it's all good
I think the way t works out is that they merge, then the economy tanks and phones in particular tank, as we are past Peak Smartphone.
Then the combined company gets real cheap.
Just like every time you buy more RMF'D, it does nothing.
Let's just chalk it up to a difference in investment styles, ok?
Blue, if the power outage only caused your 'charts' not to work, why were your PC and Internet service unaffected?
Or, do you actually have electronic charts hanging on your walls?
Could be a fire hazard, considering the likely technology in use.
It may be that the usual RMF'D employee pumpmonkeying is subdued due to the rumors about the HQ and fab move.
I'm sure they will offer relocation but at lowered salaries, especially for the move to the Richardson TX fab.
The whole notion of having a fab in NC was kind of dumb to begin with.
fuel cell stock rally is for real, and pretty amazing
I think the same is true for the weed stocks, although in both cases there are far too many shares outstanding.
Blue, you are claiming that your charts are powered by Greensboro electricity?
Not surprisingly, that doesn't make any sense, on several levels.
Suggestion: think first, post second
The TriF'D merger is likely driven by Peak Smartphone, with the collapsing growth rates in both phones and tablets leaving no room for so many suppliers.
The combined company can achieve some big cost savings and this helps the sector right-size to the customer base.
Vendors are also consolidating, as the current technology is mature at this point. It's not clear at all what would drive the next tech cycle.
I don't think anything is finalized but there has been a longstanding desire to move production to a lower cost area.
Also, it's just really hard to get quality people to move to NC