Semi_equip_junkie: i know you're giving serious thought to my question, but just in case you can't come up with an answer, feel free to use the help line. Wallisweaver is available 24/7.
I don't think I mentioned any server collapse. Since you are a lot smarter than me, I'm sure you'll have an answer to my question.
For the past 10 years, Intel has been built primarily on promises. Earnings and revenue have been lumpy, and it looks like 2015 will be no exception. But "things are improving" and "new products are on the way" have been the company's mantra. Unfortunately, too often, things didn't improve, and new products were either scrapped early or didn't sell.The high PE multiple over the past five years, with a brief spike early this year, has been 15X. The stock is currently trading at about that high PE multiple today, with analysts having steadily reduced earnings estimates for both 2015 and 2016 over the past several months.
Question: With the second half of 2015 and 2016 once again based on management's belief that "things will get better" and "new products are on the way",why should I be a buyer of the stock at this price?
It's not unusual for a CEO to refuse to accept questions a particularly obnoxious analyst during a CC. Stacy Rasgon certainly fits into that category. Will be interesting to see how they handle him tomorrow.
Wally can't reply fast enough to posters he has put on ignore, and has run out of original comebacks, so he has reverted to old and tired cut-and-paste invectives of the past. He has become the dead mouse the cat is becoming tired of playing with.
After having to wait for twenty minutes into the session we get Wally's first "pinhead" post of the day. What a relief. Ironically, it was an reply to one of his own posts.
If the news reports are anywhere near accurate, this deal won't pass the laugh test with Congress.Allowing toothless U.N. Inspectors to "press" for authority to inspect military bases, with an arbitration panel set up if Iran refuses? In the meantime, sanctions are removed? Looks like everyone could have gone home early by simply letting Iran write the terms of the deal in the first place. I guess we ran out of paint to draw red lines in the sand. John Kerry for president?
Wally, if Ben was still around he probably would have told you to stop working so hard to remain stupid. You reached that goal 15,000 posts ago.
" . . .(XDA Developer forum member ycavan) . . .was curious about 'running Windows at near native speeds.' "
Wally--Technical question: how fast are the natives running these days?
Wally--Put your teeth in and your bifocals on.. The feds have been talking about raising rates off and on for more than two years and if you believe the economy is in full recovery mode you should read something other than Obama press releases for your talking points--talking points you fail to support by statistical proof, I might add.