Looks like the 1 day rally fizzled....just a random up-day yesterday I guess? I haven't seen any news that would lead me to believe that Cypress bookings have improved. I have read several articles suggesting they are losing market share on Touch. I too listened to Buss speak yesterday and it seemed he was downplaying the importance of Touch in the overall business. But like the guy above said, these conferences are designed to pump the stock and it's often difficult to get an accurate read on where the business is REALLY at.
Ain't buying it, idiot. only someone from inside the company would know about the low-level Irish engineers. The jig is up idiot. rotfalmfao
There is no way this idiot would know about the Irish engineers without having had some close connection to the company. This imposter is most likely a disgruntled ex-employee with an axe to grind, pretending to be someone else. Very revealing comment. No way anyone would have that detailed knowledge without having worked at the company.
LOL...the idiot just blew his cover. Now watch him squirm and scramble to refute...lofao.
I've been telling this board for years about TJ's sociopathic behavior, from first hand experience. For years I got ridiculed and scoffed at for my comments. Well the fog is finally lifting and a growing number of investors are finally recognizing that a company run by a narcissistic, self-aggrandizing, bullying, ego-centric midget has no real chance of success (I threw in the midget comment because...well, because he is).
To the posters who cheer beating the revised estimates: You don't think Rogers and Buss engineered the slight beat? How naive to think that the little train that couldn't just huffed and puffed it's way to a small beat, raising hopes that this POS is really on the rebound.
You're missing the point. Wall Street doesn't care what happened 13 years ago, nor does it care about changes to the baseline historical high. All it cares about is current valuation vs expected future performance. That's it. Your point may have some intellectual interest but has no bearing whatsoever on where CY is heading.
So are you saying that if Yahoo published $58 as the "real" high it would in any way influence the current CY share price? That's a stretch.
Yes...your perception is correct and you are wise to avoid working at CY. The CEO, as I've stated countless times here, is a narcissistic midget with a Napoleon complex. He absolutely micro manages all aspects of the business, down to the lowest levels, insisting on compliance with a hugely complex spec system than defines everything including when to take a sh+t. His executive VP staff is stocked with inept yes men, many of whom would not qualify as managers/directors at other companies. The memory guy, Nazarian, is an absolute joke. Employees live in constant fear of CEO retribution, all creativity is beaten out of the workers.
Synaptics recently announced a capacitive sensor design win in Samsung's Galaxy S3 flagship phone...a slap in the face for CY.
have heard the same empty promises far too many times. bottom line is the company is unable to execute due to fundamental structural issues at the management level. i know this from first hand experience, and i can tell you with a high degree of confidence that cypress can, has, and will eff up a wet dream.
In the end it just means more American jobs will be transferred to Bangalore where the rug riders will work for pancakes.
TJ has surrounded his diminutive self with a weak executive team, top to bottom stocked with hollow 'yes men'. If TJ leaves expect no change; there are structural problems at Cypress that can only be resolved by break up and sale.
Yup you captured TJ in a nutshell. The entire organization is frozen by fear of retribution from that sociopathic little p r | c k.
This is the result of a sociopathic CEO surrounded by weak 'yes men'. Internal operations at CY are crippled by fear of an over-bearing, narcissistic bully chief executive who micro-manages all aspects of the business right down to the lowest levels of the org.
More new products won't help....the company is structurally crippled and doomed. The ONLY major bright spot the last decade was the SunPower acquisition which benefitted from CY's cash infusion, rode the 'solar wave" of the 2000's, was sold off in 2008 and proceeded to crash below it's IPO price...lol. The luck of good timing is all that prevented SunPower from becoming another CY disaster.
Single digits coming then a suspension of the dividend.