Thank you for the reply, pipster. Makes sense. Your comments are hard to discredit(it is very entertaining to see the paid pumps and insiders get upset and frustrated with your posts). I don't care what your motivations are. If your arguments stand on their own merit, that is what matters in the real world. I made this ID just to post here, several years ago, based off of another poster here. I now use it for my spam. I am not a professional trader, but had used/evaluated the DDR2 server memory sticks. They were good. Bought into the CEO's hype, made some money, then lost some, then made some, until I saw what was happening over and over. In my opinion, the CEO, along with Lopes and Hong, saw Dell bailing and promptly issued glowing forecasts while selling as many shares as the market would bear. Losing Dell was the beginning of the end, and they knew it. I believe the end game will be Hong keeping the Nv side of the company while Fortress or some entity consumes the rest. His only hope now is to find a buyer. JMOL or not, the company is only selling a fraction of what it did just a few years ago in an industry crowded with good product. The Fortress agreement was an awful travesty for long term shareholders. I am once again LONG(short term) here for the simple reason that certain pumpers are back. When these IDs come on strong, its only a matter of time before the CEO makes another glowing statement.
man, you must be married with kids, cause you are on the net on a Friday eve, lol!. You really are correct, but I have my reasons. Seems like Yahoo is monitoring the boards, not like it is a free board, but they are the ones determining, through artificial intelligence, who posts, and who does not. I am a professor at a local U and I see some disturbing things with this portal Yahoo.
Actually, your news is old. Today, on Investopedia, Intel and Micron announced that they are making a new chip: "Intel
(NASDAQ: INTC) and
(NASDAQ: MU) recently announced the development of a next-gen memory chip that will be 1,000 times faster
1,000 times more durable than the NAND memory chips currently on the market. NAND chips are used for internal storage in mobile devices and solid-state disks (SSDs) for tablets and PCs.
Intel and Micron expect the new technology, known as 3D Xpoint, to arrive next year. Assuming these NAND chips hit the market as scheduled, other major NAND manufacturers like Toshiba, SanDisk, and Samsung could be sent scrambling to catch up.
If 3D Xpoint chips are really a thousand times more durable than existing NAND chips, they could prove enormously popular, since NAND chips currently used in SSDs have limited write cycles, which shorten the life of the disk."
I have been holding for a very long time. Are you, mr Wilson(I presume the volley ball in the Tom Hanks film), going to short or go long this time around? You seem to be waffling as of late. Any big predictions for the short/long term?