Ha! Meant Janet. Sandy Yellen is a friend of mine. :P
I think just the opposite. Anything she says well be taken positively:
* Taper to continue = economy on solid path.
* Tapering to ease = more money injected.
* Wait and see = we'll prop the markets up if ever we see weakness.
That's been the story of this market for the past five years. Why should it change now?
Sandy? Referring to yourself in the third person again?
Gravity Research is the "mad dog", Montage is "you/your", and its customers are the "friends/relatives".
Here's a better analogy: If a mugger comes to beat and rob you, wouldn't you want your friends to step in?
Seems like the best evidence would be customers acknowledging their purchase of Montage components and showing them installed in their products. If someone said Intel was a sham, I'm sure Dell, Lenovo, HP, etc. would be like: "Um, no. We buy tons of their chips, as you can clearly see inside these computers." Why can't Montage produce customers showing their chips installed in product, instead of easily-refuted documents?
Another trip down to that number today could cause a break which would be major IMHO.
Right about what, the market? I hope the it goes down, and I think it will for many of the same reasons you and others here do.
The thing I *know* I'm right about, and the point I was making, has already been proven - that lots of people here need to step away from the keyboard and get some fresh air and new thoughts. I could pick any one hour period in any day and the posts here would look the same as any other hour on any other day. I check in once in a while hoping for some intelligent discourse, but it's just the same monotonous claptrap and pointless squabbling.
Well, I'll let you get back to it. Enjoy, and good luck to all come Monday!
Ha! You miss the message entirely and underscore my point. It's not about whether you're right or wrong (and I hope you're right since I'm short). I'm just LMAO at the how so many people here can spend so much time basically spewing the same things over and over again. It's Sunday, there's nothing to be done about/with the markets right now. How about we see what happens on Monday when it comes? (Or, if you just can't help yourself, you can wait until the APAC markets open in a few hours.) Until then, maybe go to a movie or something and enjoy some time away from the keyboard. The endless bloviating here isn't going to change anything and counts for nothing. It's pointless and pitiable -- though mildly amusing to folks like me who check in occasionally to find the same characters with the same antics, anytime, day or night.
What will all you Chicken Littles do when the market opens flat tomorrow? I'm short and I'd like nothing more than to see a big plunge, but still I'm amused at the nonstop histrionics on display here. Don't you folks have lives to live?