Is there a connection between Starbuck's earnings and Intel? Intel sells computer chips and SBUX sells chocolate chip cookies. Another WW stretch pump.
WW says: All of your daily efforts to bring the stock down have come to naught.
Others might say all of WW's efforts over the past decade to pull the stock higher have been a complete and embarrassing failure. Who's his daddy?
Just a rumor, not a fact. SodaStream also announced in February that they were talking to Pepsi. Nothing came of that either.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Apple and Facebook drag Intel up 13 cents AH and WW is eager to point it out. Yet he conveniently forgot about his chump change condemnation of a poster yesterday who pointed that Intel was down 11 cents when the rest of the market was up. WW: Hypocrisy at its best (or worst).
WW condemns "stale and childish humor" but believes his umpteen Humpty Reports are fresh and adult . WW doesn't speak "like a child," he speaks like a hypocrite.
WW: "Wall Street is taking every opportunity to beat technology down."
Obviously not every company, judging from AAPL's AH trades. Maybe just the tech companies you own?
WW says your opinions aren't "worth a bucket of warm spit" yet he continues to spend a lot of time responding to them. Either his ignore button is still broken or he enjoys drinking warm spit.
The reason Intel didn't sell off as much as the other tech stocks recently is because Intel was stuck in the muck while most other tech stocks had moved up sharply. WW loves to spin the numbers. Twelve years and Intel still in the mid-20s.
As a breif reminder, Intel was at today's price nearly 15 years ago and hasn't moved much since. WW still wishin' and hopin'. Intel still stucvk in the muck. But he is a master at cherry-picking his numbers.
WW is a pro at cherry-picking his numbers. He conveniently overlooks the fact that over the past five years ARM's stock price has increased 900 percent, while Intel's price has increased a more modest 70 percent. As far as an Etch-A-Sketch goes, he might improve his investing skills if he owned one.
WW is vehemently opposed to personal attacks, but seems to think it's ok to post his own as long as he uses (or pretends to use) someone else's words. I think Yahoo and the SEC should look into this hypocrisy and plagiarism.
Words from WW: "Hitler and Stalin. . .were the ultimate self-interest people who equated what was good for them as being what was best for everyone else - well, except for those who disagree with them and then had to be eliminated." Sounds like WW's mantra for this board.
Hey, WW, don't forget investigations by the FBI, Justice Department, Homeland Security and Barney Fife. Sounds like you had a bad hair day. Thought you all of these posters on ignore where they couldn't get under your skin. All of your pumps and analyst upgrades and the stock couldn't even keep up with the Dow, S & P, Nasdaq, Transports or Utilities. You sure scared the shorts.
". . . things are looking very positive going forward."
WW has rewound this tape every quarter/year for the past decade. Price still stuck in the mid-20s. He continues to dig hoping to find a pony in there somewhere. Even after a so-called positive quarter and several analyst upgrades the stock will be lucky to close green. But just wait until next year . . .