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frankly_buying 37 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 11, 2015 9:23 PM Member since: Sep 22, 2009
  • as well as BP at 2X Capitulation. EROC had 4X Capitulation Volume

  • VIX-X was up 84% in 4 days from Mon-Friday.

    Moneyflow weakened during the afternoon.

    CNBC said to watch for "VIX Inversion which is very close".

    VIXY the short term VIX futures has dropped dramatically afterhours,

  • This BEAT estimates on improving Jobs, Wages, and Energy cash savings ongoing.

    Raised Guidance and PT are coming

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Dec 11, 2014 8:10 PM Flag

    Exaggerated Volatility buying the VIX has gone up 70% this week.

    HP is Break Above $40 from here on Stronger-Than-Forecasted US Total Retail Revenue

  • U.S. November auto sales pace best since 2003. Bullish for AMD and underpriced technology leaders.

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Nov 20, 2014 10:02 PM Flag

    1. Best Buy Raised XMAS Guidance
    2. Intel Sees PC Corporate Upgrades Begun and Raised Guidance 2015. CapEX is rising
    3. US Leading Economic Indicators Jumped and Continues Uptrend
    4. Philly Manufacturing Index Strongest in 21 Years Since 1993, Orders Rising, and 49% Planning to Increase Hiring

  • Long List of Companies with Rising 1Day Moneyflow Which is Above 22 Day Moving Average
    Intel, DRAM, Micron, Microsoft, Best Buy, Corning, Zhone, Finisar, Cisco, Flextronics, JDS Uniphase, Extreme, Hewlett Packard, Sandisk, OCC, Applied Materials, Texas Instruments, Brocade, etc..

    Intel touched 50Day Moving Average past 2 days and Bounced w Moneyflow Rising already Above 22DMA

    Similarly Today Micron Technologies touched E21 and 50D Linear Regression and Bounced

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    by pro_stock_picker Nov 14, 2014 6:09 PM
    frankly_buying frankly_buying Nov 15, 2014 11:06 AM Flag

    Do you not know one of the richest men in the world ? Do you not realize billionaires of a feather flock together? Are you a kid? Billionaires will make you kids cover your shorts---they will crush you!

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Nov 13, 2014 8:44 PM Flag


    Semiconductor SOXX Index Moneyflow Index20 has Bullish Divergence on Daily Chart as Strong as Sept 8 when SOXX Index Price was higher. Previously Moneyflow was this Strong on March7.

    Also SOXX 1D Chart Tracks Nearly Identical to MU SNDK INTC.stock prices.
    SNDK and INTC and MSFT Today Curling Up MoneyStream and MACD.
    Watch This Curl

  • Small Business Capital Spending Plans Rising at 2nd Highest Since 2008 (CNBC)...
    Small Business is the jobs growth engine. They now beginning to ramp up Durable Equipment Spending.

    MU Long

  • Here comes the whoosh in the DRAM Capital Expenditure and Revenue Upcycle.... For those who have invested in 2 or more major DRAM Revenue cycles you know what this means to die shrink, chips per wafer, revenue, GPM, Buy backs, and Earnings Multiple....

    Micron planning big investment in Japan to ramp up DRAM output
    November 11, 2014 4:41 am JST

    TOKYO -- Micron Technology of the U.S. will invest about 100 billion yen ($866 million) in a Japanese plant to boost production of DRAM chips.

    The plant, located in Hiroshima Prefecture, once belonged to the old Elpida Memory, a Japanese company that Micron acquired in the summer of 2013. It will step up output of DRAM chips with 20-nanometer circuit widths. This type raises chip yields on wafers by 20% compared with their older 25nm counterparts.

    Micron chose the site to raise its production efficiency, with an eye toward catching up with industry leader Samsung. It will expand output at a Taiwanese group factory as well. These moves will increase the company's overall DRAM output capacity by 20%.

    DRAM memory chips are used in smartphones and other devices to temporarily store data. They are enjoying brisk demand worldwide, thanks mainly to the popularity of smartphones.

    Global DRAM chip shipments climbed 30% on the year to about $35 billion in 2013, according to U.S. research company IHS Global. Micron holds a 28.3% share against Samsung's 36.2%.

    Micron is planning $3.8 billion in capital investment worldwide this fiscal year, putting half of the total toward DRAMs. Chief Executive Officer Mark Durcan told The Nikkei that DRAM demand is brisk for mobile, server and other applications and that the company will continue aggressively investing in the field in line with market trends.

    Durcan also revealed plans to roll out next year high-capacity NAND flash memory with a 3-D structure -- a product Samsung already makes.

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    by frankly_buying Nov 10, 2014 1:23 PM
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  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Nov 10, 2014 1:23 PM Flag

    Several techs Sony HPQ MU SNDK moving into green.

    CNBC Article on V Recovery and GET Confirms rally real report several precedents based on technicals seasonality election etc.

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Nov 6, 2014 8:31 PM Flag

    US Jobs are showing significant acceleration according to the latest Initial jobless claims which were down by 10k to 278k in the week ending Nov1. (This indicates almost no layoffs by historic standards)

    This is one of the lowest levels in 35 years which inversely equates to significant strengthening in the jobs market.

    Growing jobs translates to higher retail, increased MU revenue and profits that was not baked into company forecasts a month ago.

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Nov 5, 2014 8:07 AM Flag

    The IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index gained 1.2 points, or 2.7% in November, posting a reading of 46.4 vs. 45.2 in October

  • US ISM Factory Manufacturing Production Strongest in Decade, PMI Up 2.4% to 59%. New Orders Up 5.8%.
    This suggests US GDP growth is growing well above 3%....likely 3.5%+

    MU Long

  • frankly_buying by frankly_buying Oct 27, 2014 9:47 PM Flag

    From Seeking Alpha:

    • Forrest Norrod, formerly the head of Dell's server ops, is now the GM of AMD's enterprise, embedded, and semi-custom chip unit. He'll report to new CEO Lisa Su.
    • Before running its server unit, Norrod was once in charge of Dell's global engineering teams. He also once ran Cyrix and National Semi's integrated x86 CPU business.
    • AMD's enterprise, embedded, and semi-custom chip sales rose 21% Y/Y in Q3, and accounted for 45% of total revenue. For now, the unit's sales depend heavily on PS4/Xbox One APU shipments, but AMD is making big investments to grow its server CPU lineup (both ARM and x86)

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