It's pretty obvious that intel relied on Wally's technology expertise before closing the deal. Who says message boards aren't a powerful influence on a company's decision?
Wally still thinks a message board can affect stock prices, and only one poster with thirty aliases is creating problems fo him.
Using the futures numbers to project how the markets will open--and especially eight hours before the markets open-is a fool's game,Wally. Looks like the shoe fits.
It was Barrons who used the term "chips" in its headline. Danely is quoted as using the term "semiconductors" in the body of the article.
"intel seems well on its way to a more diverse future."
It would have been more comforting if Time had said a more "profitable" future.
Yao Yudong sounds like Putin: deny you created the problem and blame someone else. Like the name, however.
Hey, Wally, not only are you dishonest, but you are also disagreeable, diagruntled, disingenuous, disgraceful, disliked and disgusting.
Wally, you got up early this morning to watch the debacle and count "fake"IDs. While the markets hit new lows today, with a little effort you could set a new high posting record of 30,000.
is going to be ugly. Margin calls, mutual fund sales to cover withdrawals, hedge fund sales, etc. Stock market pundits will fuel the fire. A great time to have some cash on hand to pick up bargains. Maybe even Intel at the low end of its 12-year trading range.
Judging from your spelling, either you shouldn't start drinking so early in the morning, or repeat sixth grade.
Another part of a selloff is that it tends to feed on itself. Retail investors panic and pull money from mutual funds and hedge funds, requiring these funds to sell stock to raise cash. This cycle can continue for some time, being further exacerbated by margin calls. Only when fear turns into capitulation does the bleeding end.
"Why would you ever use a fake ID unless you have something to hide?"
Does that mean you believe IDs like albchem, mystk, angstromatic and paulottelini are their real names?
" . . .the ventings of a rage-fueled wingnut who has no choice but to use a financial message board for therapy."
A self-description of Wally if there ever was one. He is sounding like Marlon Brando (Kurtz) gone mad in "Apocalypse Now". "The Horror!"
Wallisweaver lost all objectivity regarding Intel years ago, and is a classic example of why falling in love with a stock can prove dangerous to your wealth.