The yahoo finance msg boards are about the only reason I'm here too. "Portfolios" used to be a nice feature as well, but not so much anymore.
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I'm glad somebody is making some money! My entire portfolio has a bad case of the summer blahs. No movement, no volume, no news, no fun!
Saitek generates around $12 million in revs annually. Racing would have to do significantly better than that in order to "move the needle" in any meaningful way.
"That move makes no sense as they would have had to take staff away from Kit Kat development and reassign them to Jellybean which they haven\t been touching for months, and then they will have to do the work all over again to deploy these updates to Kit Kat. I think this move demonstrates that there has never been any real Kit Kat work underway."
All of the above is entirely dependent on how the code is designed. The changes MCZ made could all be in modules/classes compiled independently of the OS. Not saying they are, but they could be.
It is a constant worry for me tgagrippa as I feel that the current FED created liquidity bubble will inevitably burst, and sooner rather than later. On the other hand, I'm not seeing any clear indication of what the bursting catalyst might be (then again, I guess most never do). I can't afford not to be in the markets as inflation is alive and well whether the official government statistics show it or not, so I'm trying to be very defensive and nimble in my purchases. 2008 left some long-term scars on my investment psyche.
"Following checks with Japanese hard drive component suppliers Nidec and TDK, and research firm TSR, CLSA reports Seagate (STX -0.9%) is cutting its Sep. quarter forecast for industry hard drive shipments to ~133M from a prior 140M-145M."
Appears to be good info, but I need some help understanding it.
Who checked with hard drive component suppliers? CLSA?
Who reports that Seagate is cutting its Sept quarter forecast for industry hard drive shipments? CLSA or Seagate? Why is Seagate forecasting industry shipments? Is Seagate forecasting its own shipments?
"Purchase Price Rate" = 90%?
"Minimum Fee Amount" = for qrt ending 9/30/2014 $30k, each quarter thereafter, $60k?
I'm not understanding the reason for this arrangement. Surely KTCC isn't agreeing to sell A/R at 90% of face? Has anybody else read the document?
Maybe. I guess I just automatically think "line of credit" when I read line. It is definitely NOT a line of credit.
No nosedive. Today is just business as usual in MCZ. The bots run the day-to-day 'round these parts, and they're constantly playing "chicken" with one another.
You make valid points, and the one about "standing too close" is a really good one. The reasons I "feel" like FireTV sales are likely already over 1 million for 3 months is because AppleTV sold 10 million its 1st year, and, FireTv has been very near the top in all Electronics since its release.
Actually, I've never "seen" that anywhere. I went back and read thru older posts here, and I "inferred" that number from other data.