I'm making up for it 1,000-fold by alerting the masses to your putrid financial advice. Make no mistake, when a dirtbag tries to make me stop exposing him as a dirtbag, it's HIGHLY satisfying.
Happy new year.....
wallisweaver • Dec 31, 2012 10:47 PM Flag
"How much did you on lose with INTC..."
[Of course, if you really want to lose, buy ARM at $38...]
Weaver just throws all if Intel's competition under the same umbrella and says their all dead meats. No facts, just the same Moores Law schtick.
Taking a FACTS beatdown from someone 1/3rd of his age.
So, by his own definition........he hates himself as is evident below.
22-Feb-12 05:04 pm
Two out of every three people receiving stock dividend payments are rich, many totally, incredibly rich and should be paying more taxes instead of us soaking the middle class. I'm sick of the deadbeat rich who are unwilling to carry their fair share of the load...
Says the guy that's prejudice against anybody with money. Another Wallisweaver hypocritical meltdown, brought to you by the Internet.
Take your prejudices and put them wear the sun doesn't shine.]____________
Says the chump that openly hates anybody that's wealthy. I've never seen a hypocrite literally DO everything he preaches against. You clearly hate yourself as you hate everything you, yourself do. Ironic!
I will never post here again in any form or fashion should Auburn beat Alabama Saturday.
Nope. Just guessing your parents aren't around to teach you to be a man. Am I supposed to guess your name is Mexican? I mean #$%$?
Says the guy that disrespected any and everybody that ever did or will attend Chico State and anybody and everybody that has an Associates degree or less....how many millions of people are in that boat that would like to B-Slap your filthy liberal tail, boy?
You go out of your way to use Intel's name to then talk about how much you admire Qualcomm. You are a punk. Are your parents here or in Iran?
This board is a HOOT. Will and yu aka Lucy Nuff got fired by Intel, pumped AMD at 40, Sold Intel at 19 before it went to 29, bought CSCO at 19 before it went to 13 and can only afford the driving range, not the actual course.
Is he getting paid by Qualcomm or a Qualcomm booster? lol
I wonder how many Delta pilots are wishing they had something besides RT this Christmas????
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.Delta equips 11,000 pilots with Microsoft Surface 2 tablets Delta is the latest airline to embrace Electronic
American airline Delta is to equip 11,000 of its pilots with Microsoft Surface 2 tablets, in a bid to eliminate paper resources.
The recently launched Surface 2, which runs the Windows RT 8.1 platform, will provide crews with key charts and navigation tools via a customised app.
The tablets will replace the 17kg (2st 10lb) flight bags currently carried by pilots, reducing fuel consumption.
The company expects all its cockpits to be paperless by the end of 2014.
Delta had previously tested Apple iPads as potential Electronic Flight Bags (EFB), but has recently embraced Microsoft devices.
It equipped 19,000 of its flight attendants with Nokia Lumia 820 smartphones in August, which run on a Windows operating system.
November 25, 2013
Alpine Capital Research is a value-oriented portfolio manager currently sitting on 40% cash because, as portfolio manager Willem Schilpzand puts it: “Our cash is a reflection of a lack of opportunities.” However, Alpine is currently putting money to work in Intel Corporation stock. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Transcript, Schilpzand explains that “…the belief was or perhaps still is that Intel can only make performance-heavy chips while mobile products require power-efficient chips, and that therefore Intel’s mobile ventures would fail. This negative sentiment sounded like a potential opportunity to us.”
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS INTERVIEW CLICK HERE.
The massive dominance that Intel has in the personal computer and data center server markets has actually seemed to penalize the company, as the lack of the same 85+% market shares are not duplicated in the fast-growing mobile computer space which dominates current investor focus. As red-hot tablet and mobile phone device growth rates begin to slow, and new Intel products get rolled out to those form factors, perhaps investors will also begin to realize the massive opportunity in the security space.
Mr. Schilpzand believes that “Intel has an opportunity here to build antivirus or other protection onto the chips they sell and provide better security without the software slowdown issues” that occur with security-conscious computer users. He further suggests that the prudent investor consider that “Intel is the only company that has a tablet chip out that is compatible with both Microsoft’s (MSFT) and Google’s (GOOG) mobile operating systems…So if you are an original equipment manufacturer who sells both Windows and Android tablets, you can now go to Intel to buy one chip and…streamline the purchase process for the chips.” Given all these positives, the recent selloff in Intel may be an opportunity to add to a value-oriented stock portfolio.