But on a percentage basis, Intel is down more than ARMH today. How do you explain that ? Intel: Stuck in the muck...again...at $24.
Ashraf--How comforting it must make you feel to receive a patronizing pat on the head from Wallis. He's a sweetheart when everyone marches to his drummer. Today, you are "professional and informative." Tomorrow, watch out.
Wallis continues to amaze. He is proud of the fact that his self-proclaimed "beer money" stock (ARMH) that he is short , was down more today than his primary holding, Intel. If this keeps up ARMH will get to zero before Intel. Then he will be really excited? And he's thinking about creating his own advisory website? As someone here once said, Toooo Funny! The man is pixilated.
Let's hear it for Wallis, who is thinking about setting up his own website to voice his opinions since the word limit on this board it frustrating, and SA won't let him say the things he really needs to say. Wallis has become a legend in his own mind.
The ITG report is total BS. Anybody who listened to the last conference call already knows that Schultz said SSS in the high single digits could not be maintained.He said not to be surprised by mid-single digit increases. ITG is making this sound like new news. Looks like they were able to scare those who haven't been paying attention. By the way, how big a player is ITG, anyhow? I'm adding shares at $77.15.
PB has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Twitter for location intelligence solutions. Another example of PB's management forward-looking style. Keep an eye on end-of-year profit-taking for an entry point. Last analyst upgrades were in 2009. This latest company announcement might provide a wake-up call.
If Ashraf is starting to annoy people, he's going to have to run a lot harder to get ahead of you.
Wow! There's a first: Wallis admits that Intel is in a trading range. But he needs to be careful; someone might call him a shill for the shorts.
Wallis--this post is truly laughable. You're like the fishermsan who says "if I catch the one that's biting and four more I'll have my limit."
So, Wallis, where are these "far larger" benefits? When will they arrive? Sounds like another "wait 'till next year" pump. Some of those on this board have been reading variations of this from you for 20,000 posts without results in terms of improved revenue or earnings. Also, you're the only person I know who can become orgasmic about a twenty-cent move in a $50 stock. Maybe you will someday be right about Intel, but as they say, "even a blind hog finds an acorn once in awhile."
Lots of "ifs" in your post. What you and I think Intel "deserves" doesn't count for much; it's how others perceive it's future. Perhaps perceptions are starting to change, maybe not. It will take more than a couple of days of upgrade euphoria to see. But the best way to change them,in my opinion, is to convert promise into performance, i.e. Steady revenue and earnings growth.
A careful examination of revenue and earnings reveals that both have actually been trending downward for the three years 2011-2013.For 2014, revenues are projected by the company to be flat and the analysts' consensus is flat earnings as well. I think most nvestors expect a company to do more than just "maintain" revenue and earnings over a period of years..And while I applaud your optimism, believing that there "could be" another multi-year growth movement like the 2010 to 2011 period is, for the moment, still in the category of hoping and praying. As someone once said, the proof of the pudding will be in the tasting.
Oregon's governor announced that he will give Intel a 30-year deal whereby any changes in Oregon's corporate tax structure won't affect Intel.This in exchange for a$500million expansion of the Hillsboro plant and the hiring of at least 500 workers. Deal is similar to that given to Nike. Intel has 16,000 workers in Oregon. AP report.
Could you be related to the guy who used to post here saying he owned the biggest cattle herd in Texas on 6 million acres? My guess is that you live in government-assisted housing with six units and take the bus to pick up your welfare check.