Those were the two primary features I read about. Please fill me in on other key features, along with an answer to my original inquiry re market size and cost to the consumer. BTW, I'm not interested in the size of your bank account.
So, as I understand it, with Skylake you get a big graphics boost and an extra hour or so of battery life. How big is the market for this benefit and at what cost to the buyer?
At the risk of stating the obvious, no one who has purchased and held this stock for the past several months/years has a profit. No matter what comes out of the Q2 report, and with an average price per share of about $10, my strategy will be to sell BTU for a loss to offset gains for 2015 tax purposes. At this price it doesn't matter to me if they go BK. The turnaround in coal prices and the Obama Administration's attitude towards coal is not going to change any time soon in the first instance, and not at all in the second. When I sell, I can wait 30 days and buy it back if I want to with no wash penalty. I save on taxes, i.e. deny Obama the revenue, and take advantage of a turnaround, if there is one.
Too bad Wall Street won't "double down" on Intel to "try to move those" $28 shares they've been holding since 2003.
[In fact Intel's earnings looked fanulous compared to. . .]
And Hillary Clinton looks fabulous compared to Eleanor Roosevelt.
In this case newstolose is hollering "fire" where there isn't one. He may be neither long nor short, he's obviously clueless, or simply hates the idea of people making money.
[Actually I'm not (short). But I am honest and hate deception.]
So you're not short, and you're obviously not long. So do you spend your day just roaming from board to board pointing out how unfair, corrupt and deceptive people are? If rooting out deception is your mission in life, you might want to focus on Iran and China. Or maybe boycott a magic store.
Just completed. Incredible SSS, particularly in China. Company still expects substantiall growth in U. S. markets. Rolling out new Stars program with New York Times, Spotify and Lyft, with more to come. Mobile order platform exceeding expectations. Leadership is incredibly innovative and talented. The big question currently is how much investors are willing to pay for all of this. From the looks of AH trading the answer is more.
[I bought somre Micron yesterday when it was about 90 cents down.]
Let's see, on Wednesday, Micron closed at $18. A purchase at 90 cents down from that price would have been $17.10. The problem with that would seem to be that the 52-week low is only $17.14.
I just read the AE piece in Motley Fool and would be interested in your comments as to why his analysis is flawed.
"why is everyone so bearish, intc will probably outperform tomorrow."
And WW will be there!
I would be interested in the logic behind your "MUCH better and safer" observation re Intel vs. Google.