You're light headed again try another donut. MU is making it's move now because anticipation is a strong 3rd and 4th quarter. SMH is another good tracker for semi's and it's saying the exact same thing. Don't fight the trend DD it will crush you. Obviously there will be down days from time to time but the big boys are placing their bets in the semi arena and I will follow the money with them.
You're working too hard dozen and you're starting to look a bit pathetic as well. Do you have any idea what the SOXL ETF is. Let me help you it's a ETF that tracks all of the major Semiconductors. Guess what if you look at a 1 month chart of MU and the SOXL you will see an almost identical move up. You see the entire industry has bottomed and looks very bullish for the rest of the year. A rising tide is lifting all boats in this sector including MU. Time for your evening donut big guy!
Dozen you seem a bit paranoid and anxious today, maybe your blood sugar is out of whack. Relax and chow down on those delectable donuts you bought this morning, you know they are calling your name.
Wow you're really working hard today Mr dozen, maybe it's time to take a break and enjoy one of those tasty donuts. Your short probably won't look any better when you get back from your feast though.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The Apple Watch it's initial year outsold the iPhone 2 to 1 it's first year on the market. Also this dog had sales its first 12 months totaling about $1.5 billion more than Rolex’s total revenue all of last year. Don't sleep on the Apple Watch and I can assure you new models will have even better sales.
Micron introduces the 1100 SATA and 2100 PCIe NVMe SSDs, expanding its client-class portfolio
3D NAND enables high capacity 2TB of client storage in a 2.5-inch form factor Delivers extreme read performance that is up to 1900X faster for the 2100 SSD and 900X faster for the 1100 SSD, configured running client standard implementation, when compared to HDDs1
Increase battery life with low power states that are up to 98% more efficient than HDDs1
Micron’s first client PCIe NVMe solution, the Micron 2100 SSD provides true plug and play performance and an attractive total cost of ownership (TCO) while reducing latency
today introduced Micron 1100 SATA and Micron 2100 PCIe NVMe, two new solid state drive (SSD) product lines designed to tackle client computing workloads from web browsing and email, to video editing and auto CAD design. Consumers have come to expect data delivered at the speed of now, and they are no longer willing to wait for computer startup, photos, videos or large storage files. Thanks to instantaneous load times enabled by flash storage, long data wait times are a thing of the spinning HDD past, and Micron’s newest line of 3D NAND SSDs delivers on this promise.
Enhancing Micron’s portfolio of client data storage solutions, these next-generation 3D NAND flash SSDs deliver the security, performance, endurance, efficiency and capacity that IT administrators, OEMs and power users crave.
The Micron 1100 and 2100 SSD product families are designed to address the storage demands of today’s most challenging client computing platforms, including Ultrabook™ and tablets as well as performance-oriented PC desktops and workstations. Micron’s newest line of 3D NAND SSDs delivers the speed, capacity and power needed to handle massive files, images and multimedia workloads.
“With the growing demands of mobile computing driving the need for high-capacity, high-performance NAND flash technology, Micron is well-positioned for growth,” said Gregory Wong, President, Forward Insights. “Leadership in the client SSD market will be won by the innovator that successfully increases power efficiency without sacrificing security and performance.”
The Micron Bull Camp Starting to Get Crowded -- Market Talk
BY Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
— 8:46 AM ET 05/31/2016
8:46 ET - Sentiment has been building the past month that DRAM-price declines will moderate as some memory firms focus increasingly not on PCs (which are powered by DRAM) but flash as handheld devices increasingly dominate consumers' time. Some have turned bullish of late on big DRAM producer Micron (MU) as a result, and today Baird joins the club with its upgrade to outperform and 50% stock-target hike to $18. The investment bank sees MU's DRAM cost cuts near-term more than offsetting further price drops. This as "Samsung may shift a meaningful amount of capacity from DRAM to NAND" in 2H and "DRAM demand near term is slightly better than expected" as PC demand ticks up from 1Q's slump.
We can agree on this. Thank you to all that have served! We are proud and humbled by what you do and live with everyday! You are second to no one!
Not at all I'm speaking more about the staff posting their " financial editorial journals." If you are looking for information about stock terminology in general, their definitions and explanations are on par with other sources of such. If you are looking for advice or information on stocks in particular there are many better and more qualified sights to choose from. JMO!
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I see you copied and pasted that right off of Wikipedia, do you even know what it means? I've lost track of how many times It has been bought and sold since it's inception. I now see why downing donuts has become your full time hobby. You seem to have a pom pom fetish. Do you and cheetah take turns?
Don't get your panties all knotted up denny, I'm NOT a supporter of "THE DONALD" . I actually have a properly functioning brain and can chew gum and watch TV at the same time. Maybe your sugar is getting low and it's time for another dozen.
MU just bounced off of a low of $9.41 on May 13th so a little breather is in store today or more likely tomorrow heading into the long weekend. Then again this isn't your grandma's stock market anymore unless she grew up in the wild west.