[So what will Apple do next? iPad sales declining and problems with the high-end smartphones. Looking past the Apple Watch and not seeing much on the horizon.]
So what will Intel do next? Missed the smartphone, PC sales declining and problems with new chips. Looking past server market and not seeing much on the horizon.
Wallisweaver spent the 4th of July in front of his PC, posting on this (and probably other) message board while everyone else was celebrating with friends and family. Expect more of the same today . . .and everyday. Rumor has it, however, that he took a break to watch the Nathan's hot dog eating contest on his $4,000 TV. What an American.
Wally, in desperation, is replying to his own message. Expect more of the same on the 4th while others are celebrating with friends and family.
While an uptick in NG prices might help, don't forget Obama's pledge to eliminate coal as an energy source. In addition, Senator leader McConnel, who represents a coal state, has expressed little public concern or initiated any congressional action that I have seen.
Still more people unemployed as a percentage of the population than in the 1970s.
Looks like when any stock you own goes up, people are smart; but when they go down, people are stupid. Very analytical.
Please tell us how double-digit jumps in home prices will encourage more people to buy computers. Logic would seem to dictate that if people (especially the already hurting middle class) have to spend more for a home they will have less money to buy other stuff, including computers.
And they're off! The first "pinhead" sighting of the day. Predicting Wally's posts is so easy it's hardly even fun anymore.