Wally, you still in there? Just tap the side of the wall with a stick of wood: once for yes and two for no. And as a reminder, on Monday please remember to bring sharpened pencils and wear your pen protector. It's tax time again. And don't forget, it's still cold out there, so make sure your mittens are securely pinned to your coat. You know what happened last year.
Don't know if your reply was directed to me, but maybe you should cc wallisweaver. I believe he more closely fits into the category of apologetic liberal, and without doubt holds the record for content-free posts.
A little out of sorts this morning, Wally? Could it be that you have discovered that your 31,000 posts have been a waste of eight years of your life?
Wally, you don't need to be a Lucy to know that Intel's share price today is no better than it was in 1997--nearly twenty years ago. Tell me again who,got "his head handed to him." But, hey, wait till next year.
paul.ottelini--Take a look at Goldman Sachs' upgrades/downgrades history over the past ten years (or any other firm for that matter). Back in August of 2005, they downgraded from outperform to Inline; in June, 2006 from Inline to outperform; in October, 2006 from buy to neutral; and in February, 2016 from sell to neutral. In Intel's case, the problem really isn't Covello or any other analyst. That's all white noise. The real problem, if one is to be honest, is Intel's revenue and earnings performance, that has resulted in a stock price stuck in a narrow channel for fifteen years.
An axiom on Wall Street is that a rising tide floats all ships (tankers). Not today for Intel and not for the entire bull market. The company continues to play catch-up on the big ticket items, with promised success just around the corner. Then it dabbles in low revenue/ earnings projects with a long-term payoff if at all. In the meantime perma-bulls keep wishing, hoping and whining.
Wally, just because "Intel MAINTAINS that its 14-nanometer technology is significantly denser, etc" doesn't necessarily make it so. Therefore, maybe it's not the "end of story."
Wally, you seem obsessed with pointing out so-called failures by other people and companies, but refuse to admit your own. Intel has been dead money since you bought it, and MU has fallen like a rock.Those who live in glass houses, etc. etc.
Wally, one thing I forgot to ask: Since you profess to know what will happen with the markets, why did you buy MU at $25 and ride it down to $9.50? Or own Intel for the past eight years while it did nothing? Seems like your skill has dubious merit, but I'm always open to new strategies.
Since you seem to dislike both the Republican front-runners as well as Hillary, who is your choice?
"Lucy and the Angry inch once again demonstrate that they don't have the least idea what will happen next with markets."
Wally, if you had any idea as to what will happen next with markets you wouldn't be living month-to-month at the Bigfoot Motel in Willow Creek.
Wallisweaver, please come to the front desk. Your computer time has expired ad you are disrupting others. You also have two overdue books and will lose your library and bathroom priveleges unless you return them immediately!
"Remember when the release of a mobile handset was exciting?"
Remember when wallisweaver said Intel mobile was going to take over the world?
Wally, Wally, Wally. Such bile and venom. Is the librarian ill? Maybe someone over in the stacks can help you find the ignore button on the computer. Such anger is not healthy at your age.
Wally, it looks like you prefer deceit, deception and denial. That would be consistent with your posts on Intel.
So who is the real impersonator? Wallisweaver? Wallisvveaver? Or Wallisweever? Behind door number one, two or three? Or are all three mike_putzman?